The ideal outdoor adventure starts with a run through Prospect Park, ending with a much-needed apple fritter from Peter Pan Bakery. To make the most of NYC’s landscape, check out these city suggestions from @OutsideMagazine.
Anyone who thinks New York City’s outdoor recreational opportunities begin and end in Central Park needs a wake-up call. Thanks to ambitious urban development projects in recent years—including renovations to the bike path on the Manhattan Waterfront...
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Dessert first, dinner later. Sample sweet treats in Lisbon’s pastelerias – and get ready to indulge in a selection of goodies @theculturetrip says you can’t pass up.
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Lisbon is a perfect city to indulge your sweet tooth. When the Portuguese like something it shows, as evidenced by the ubiquitous use of azulejos and the cafés on every corner, and they also seem to love their pastries. Called pastelarias in Portugue...
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Breakfast lovers, unite. If you’re craving a carb overload, TripAdvisor traveler @lslevy says these #NYC bagel spots are sure to please.
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Whether it’s fried chicken, pralines, jambalaya or gumbo, New Orleans always cooks with a little extra TLC – which is why @SmarterTravel says you’ve got to try these classic Southern dishes for yourself.
People go to New Orleans for jazz, history, and, perhaps more than anything, food. The city’s cuisine is famous around the world for its richness, diversity, and flavors. Don’t leave town without trying these classic NOLA eats.
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As we continue to increase our focus on safety in travel, TripAdvisor is proud to partner with @NOMORE, a global initiative working to end domestic violence and sexual assault, to help educate and raise awareness to travelers and reduce travel safety risks.
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If you’re not planning your next trip around what, where and how often you’re going to eat, you’re doing it wrong! In order to really know a city, one must also taste it. Plus, no one enjoys hearing your stomach growl at a museum. For people who prio...
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Fist pump in the air like you just don’t care because you and the kids finally made it to the top of the mountain! To discover more family-friendly excursions in America’s national parks, @FodorsTravel has the inside scoop.
Tall trees, active volcanoes, and awe-inspiring caves await you on your next incredible family getaway, so start planning today!—
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Your 48 hours in Olympic National Park starts now. How about a relaxing dip in the hot springs to start? @nationalparktrips shares all the must-dos in this exclusive family-friendly guide.
Olympic National Park is unique among the 450-plus national park sites. Not only is it home to four of the world’s few remaining intact temperate rainforests, but it has a breathtaking coastline and incredible alpine peaks. Here’s how to make the mos...
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Kings Canyon National Park is not only family-friendly, but also the perfect place for hikers of all skill levels. If your calves are up for it – this view is well worth the trek.
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TripAdvisor members have answers to your questions about pretty much everything travel-related. Check out these pearls of wisdom from the TripAdvisor Forum on visiting National Parks with kids.
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Elk sightings, 80-foot waterfalls, and fossil hunts aren’t the only kid-friendly activities in these national parks. @ParentsMagazine shares this full roundup of must-dos!
From glaciers to geysers to animals galore, there's plenty for your kids to see at our top picks from among the nation's 59 parks. Family-friendly trails and ranger programs also made these spots stand out. Read More: https://www.parents.com/fun/vac...
Close your eyes and listen to the sound of wildlife echoing through the trees. To experience the peaceful nature of Australia’s Kakadu National Park, @theblondenomads suggest you and the family take a trek to Gunlom Falls.
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To churn your own apple butter and uncover dinosaur tracks among the many, grab your family and take a trip to these national parks serving up some pretty underrated activities!