Although booking a trip is not recommended at this time because of coronavirus concerns, you can use your time to plan a future adventure. To help you decide where you want to go, consult U.S. News Travel’s Best Vacations rankings. Once you’ve found the perfect destination or destinations for your next getaway, browse various travel guides to find out more about your chosen locales. Details you’ll want to research include hotels, restaurants, public transportation options, weather conditions, and tours and attractions. Remember to consider your budget, mobility issues and availability – especially if you plan on traveling with children who are in school most of the year – as you narrow down your options. When you’re ready to draft an itinerary, use Google Maps or Roadtrippers (a free app for Android and Apple devices designed for planning road trips) to determine where your must-see sights and tour departure points are located so you can schedule nearby activities on the same day. Also, download the TripIt app (which is free for Android and Apple devices) so you can neatly organize and store all of your reservations in one place when it’s safe to travel again.