Looking for an unforgettable multi-gen vacation? Start with the fact that everyone loves Italy—the food, the culture, the people, and the landscape never fail to enchant. Add to this the quest for authenticity shared by boomers and millennials alike. Toss in a gorgeous hotel in relatively untraveled northern Tuscany, the Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco Resort & […]
A new paradigm of travel is emerging as boomers become friends with their adult kids and kin of all kind come together for multigenerational getaways. Learn More
I’m from the age of the internet, and let me just tell you, I cannot imagine traveling before the dawn of the smartphone. I mean, you needed actual maps, phone books, references—there was no app for these 20 years ago. Now, everywhere I go, my arsenal of travel tools goes with me. I rely on […]
As a long-time visitor to Miami, I’ve seen how it has grown to be a vibrant international city with a thriving arts scene, scores of good eateries from street food to innovative fine dining, all manner of hotels, and of course the big, beautiful beach. This diversity is what makes it such a great destination […]
Travelers exploring the Northeast corridor from New York to New England shouldn’t miss an off the beaten path halfway-point in central Massachusetts. Encompassing the towns of Southbridge and Sturbridge, this area is conveniently located at the intersection of highways I-90 and I-84, about an hour’s drive from airports in Boston and Providence. Perfect for multi-gen […]
GenerationsGo.com Co-Founders, Regina Baraban (at left, boomer) and Andree Van Oss (millennial) thrive on each others talent and multi-generational smarts. They began working together at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where they created a variety of publications including the monthly NOW show guide. Andree and Regina both love travel, fashion, and the arts.