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Baltimore may be best known among food-focused travelers for its crab cakes, pit beef and Berger cookies, but the city's burgeoning dining scene has so much more to offer.
And the HGTV Smart Home 2014 location is... Nashville! Enter twice a day for your chance to win the high-tech home. Let Travel Channel be your guide to all that Music City has to offer.
Visit the hotels that still exist today, as seen on Hotel Secrets & Legends.
The largest historical restoration in American history has helped Colonial Williamsburg blossom into the biggest draw among Virginia’s numerous tourist attractions.
For travelers hoping to dive deeper into the lure of the City of Brotherly love, there are ample outlets, from organized tours to lesser known, but no less interesting, museums.
Cruise expert, Jason Leppert, from PopularCruising.com, dishes about some of the best spring break cruises to set sail, including details about adults-only amenities on family cruises.
After a hearty response to 101 Tastiest Places to Chowdown, you stopped drooling long enough for us to know you were hungry for more!
Philadelphia is an art aficionado's paradise. Lose yourself amidst the Philadelphia Museum of Art's 227,000 works, or gaze in awe at the 1,000-plus pieces at the Barnes Foundation.
Visit these 101 top spots to chowdown on delicious comfort food.
Discover our top picks for what to do in Memphis, and embrace the city's soul and sound.
There's a reason Memphis is known as the "Barbecued Pork Capital of the World." Dig into our top picks for the best Memphis barbecue.
The undead are quite alive in Savannah. They live in Savannah’s centuries-old tales of unsettled Native American, slave and war-battered spirits.
Savannah’s scenic, Spanish moss-draped squares captivate residents and visitors alike.
With Savannah’s romantic architecture, cobble-stoned streets, horse-drawn carriages and fountain-filled squares, any place in the “Hostess City” is the perfect place for a dream wedding.