Business Travel

Taking care of business out of town doesn’t have to feel like all work and no play. When the meetings are over, take your breaks exploring some of the best things to do during a 48-hour trip in cities across the U.S.
The Los Angeles Ferris Wheel, a kaleidoscope of colors at night on the Santa Monica boulevard in California
Los Angeles

After Work Fun: Make the Most of Your Free Time in Los Angeles

If you’re traveling to the City of Angels on business, make the most of your downtime by hitting Los Angeles’ hottest tourist destinations.

The Washington Monument stands illuminated, high above the Washington, D.C. skyline with an orange and pink sunset and the Capitol building in the background on a spring evening.
Washington D.C.

Fewer Crowds, More Fun: 48 Hour Guide to Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. is home to a lot of national monuments and historic landmarks. But if you want to see unique attractions in D.C. or are looking to avoid the crowds, use this guide to some of this city’s lesser-known spots.

The skyline of Austin, Texas is pictured with its reflection in the Colorado River, and a blue sky with white fluffy clouds in the background on a bright, sunny afternoon.

48 Hour Guide to Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas is a haven for culture, outdoor activities, great food and more. If you only have 48 hours in this state’s capital, check out our guide to unique activities and delicious food to help make the most out of your time in Austin.


5 Tampa Neighborhoods You Need to Visit

The largest city on Florida’s Gulf Coast, Tampa, is home to a number of interesting neighborhoods, each offering a unique experience for business travelers to explore during their stay.

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