Packing Lists and Packing Tips

There are two kinds of travelers in the world: those who packed light and those who wish they had. To include everything needed in as little space as possible, follow these helpful packing tips compiled by ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents). Some of the most travel-wise...

Tips for Preventing Jet Lag

After crossing several time zones, many travelers suffer from “jet lag.” Although there is no way to completely avoid jet lag, there are a number of ways to help your body adjust to a new time zone. Try to go to bed a little earlier a few days before you leave and get...

Documents and Papers

Travelers have long needed various documents to travel. As security tightens in the United States, authorities are being strict about proper documentation. Whether you are visitng the U.S. or an American citizen traveling abroad, it is vital to have all your papers in order....

Essential Guide to Airport Security Regulations & Airline Baggage: Make Flying a Breeze

Don’t let the challenges of air travel and airport security scare you away from vacationing in the world’s most spectacular spots. With Travel Sense, you’ll have the right guidance to ease your way through airport security lines — often the most time-consuming...

Outsmarting Pickpockets and Thieves

Europe is safe when it comes to violent crime. But it’s very “dangerous” in terms of petty theft: Purse-snatching and pickpocketing are rampant in places where tourists gather. Thieves target Americans — not because they’re mean, but because they’re smart. Americans have all the...

Planning your Trip

User-review sites have changed the way most people plan their travel, giving us an enormously useful tool for evaluating hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions and the like. TripAdvisor.com is the big kahuna, with more than 20 million reviews, mostly of hotels — but also less...