Articles in Tourism and Cruises

Tips of Traveling With Your Dog (By Car, Plane and Train All in One )

by Dana on

Are you planning a vacation with your family? Well, I think that you would not leave your dog alone at home. Traveling with dog is much more fun for everyone and is sure a cool way to alleviate the worry while away. However, it may be a daunting task... Read full article

RDU's Flight Plan for the Future: Vision 2040

by RDU Airport Authority on

Life is an exciting journey. The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority is embarking on Vision 2040 to make yours better. It’s an ambitious 25-year master plan that goes beyond bricks and mortar and pavements or parking lots to connect you...... Read full article

30 Hand-Picked Experiences for Your Fall Bucket List in Raleigh

by VisitRaleigh.com on

So long summer, hello fall! Show of hands—who's ready for falling leaves, cooler weather, tailgating parties, N.C. State Fair adventures, museum exploring and all pumpkin everything? We have big plans for the coming months in Raleigh!!... Read full article

Seven Fun Ways to Get Active in Raleigh, N.C.

by VisitRaleigh.com on

Raleigh offers up fun (and a few especially unique) ways for you to get active when you visit. From climbing the highest indoor rock wall, exploring scenic area greenways, riding at a 5 time X Games gold medalist' biking and skateboarding facilty.... Read full article

Together time: More families choosing to travel with everyone in tow

by Jennifer Kopf on

More Americans are taking vacations this summer — but they’re spending 20% less money and taking shorter breaks than they did last year. Another trend? Multiple generations traveling together. The trend is toward briefer, less expensive vacations.... Read full article

Why I Bring a Journal on Every Vacation, and You Should Too

by Shelby Eden on

My husband and I once got lost on the streets of Sicily. Without GPS or internet access, we were left to our own devices. The sun had set, the streets were dark and desolate, and my natural sense of direction, well, it doesn't exist. ... Read full article

Spend a Day in Zebulon, N.C.: Carolina Mudcats Baseball and More Things to Do

by visitraleigh.com on

Called the "Town of Friendly People," Zebulon (just 27 minutes from downtown Raleigh) offers up a relaxing Southern small-town atmosphere great for a day trip with family and friends. Take in baseball games, beautiful scenery and much more!... Read full article

Buses, Cards and Trees: Improving RDU to Serve You Better

by Andrew Sawyer on

Perhaps you’ve seen our Vision 2040 plans or maybe you know about the preservation in our ParkRDU Central Lot. These are some of the bigger projects to improve RDU. We want you to also know about smaller ways we’re making your airport better.... Read full article

Travel 5 Nifty Travel Apps to Help Plan Your Next Trip

by Stephanie Lee on

Travel Hey, you like to travel? Awesome, same. But tell me: Does the thought of planning your trip actually tickle your loins? Maybe for some people it does, but I'd wager that when we fantasize about, say, a trip to Fiji, we picture ours... Read full article

Spend a Day in Wake Forest, N.C.

by Kristen Baughman on

Just a 30-minute drive from downtown Raleigh, N.C., Wake Forest is a quaint, friendly town offering history, delicious food and drink, great local shops and nature. Check out our recommendations on how to spend a day in the town! ... Read full article