San Francisco de Asis Church in Taos.

Itineraries for Weekend Getaways in New Mexico

Three great itineraries for three very different weekend getaways in New Mexico. Just an hour from the Albuquerque airport, Santa Fe lends itself perfectly to a romantic weekend. Isolated, countercultural Taos is worth the extra 90-minute drive if you’re really looking to get off the map and off the grid, while Albuquerque offers a fun and funky city break, along with great outdoor activities.

A pink lily at the Zilker Botanical Garden in Austin, Texas. Photo © Anne Swoboda, licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike.

Itinerary: Austin in a Long Weekend

Austin is a city that can easily and satisfactorily be explored in less than a week. It’s so alive and accessible that it takes little effort to be completely submerged in its life and culture.

The San Francisco Ferry Building Marketplace. Photo © Sean Davis, licensed Creative Commons Attribution No-Derivatives.

The 3-Day “Best of San Francisco Tour”

San Francisco may only be roughly seven miles long and seven miles wide, but it packs in historic neighborhoods, one of the West Coast’s most iconic landmarks, and dozens of stomach-dropping inclines within its small area.

A guide to the best of Philadelphia.

The 3-Day Best of Philadelphia

Planning a short trip or a weekend getaway? Here’s a guide to the best of Philly with suggestions for historical sights like Independence Hall or exploring the murals and museums that make up its top-notch art scene.

Sunlight bathes rows of grape vines in a Sonoma Valley vineyard.

The Best of Napa & Sonoma

Visiting California Wine Country can be a dizzying proposition, and that’s even before the first bottle has been opened. Here are suggestions for one- or two-day trips that make the most of Napa and Sonoma.