Budget Travel takes a close look at Google's top questions about travel and leisure. Here is their annotated list with links back to Budget Travel stories and blog posts.
Planning a road trip? Traveling with a pet involves more than just loading the animal in the back seat and motoring off—especially if you will be driving long distances.
Earlier this week we published a story about Venice banning rollaboards. Before canceling a planned big vacation for Venice, take a deep breath.
Here are a few simple French phrases to remember when purchasing items or dining out so that you can avoid spending too much.
Consumers should understand that the dangers associated with using wireless hotspot are paramount.
This list comes from Cheapflights.com which publishes a regular collection of Top 10 lists. This group of amazing stone carvings is a bit out of the ordinary and sheds light on a different group of sights that can provide a reason to visit out-of-the-way places.
Warning: This petition contains language unsuitable for children, as will, undoubtedly, the entertainment on your next flight.
After a Government Accountability Office study shows that behavior detection is a fraud, the TSA Administrator, John Pistole, defends the program.
Yogurt is not for breakfast. Omelets are for dinner. Espresso after meals. Napkins not in your lap… These, and many other customs, have been part of my Spain dining education over the past eight years. These are a few tips on how to eat like a local when in Barcelona
Nine of the best restaurants in Madrid, Spain, combine sophisticated and varied cuisine with pleasant surroundings. Here, in this gastronomy walk through the city, are presented restaurants worth stopping into for a bite or a complete meal.