As violent protests have broken out in France, visitors are advised to check public transportation and police websites for updates, and U.S. citizens should consider registering with the State Department’s S.T.E.P. program.
Two of the biggest airports in the world — Istanbul and Beijing — aim to make travel easier and faster for the passengers who use them.
This country has beautiful mountains, dependable snow, hearty food and welcoming people. Now they just need to decide how to build a tourism industry.
“Your grief must be desperate,” a judge told the victim’s family. Ms. Millane vanished just before her 22nd birthday while on a trip around the world.
Cádiz, Spain, will capture and move the birds hundreds of miles away after a complaint that the birds are driving away tourists. Officials hope it’s a one-way trip.
Ligaya Mishan lists her favorite places, and celebrates their links to countries around the globe.
The new building in the Finnish capital is intended to be a co-working space and a town square, as well as a traditional reading room.
Once boring spaces with a few toys and a TV, “kids’ clubs” at hotels and resorts are evolving into destinations that your children may actually enjoy hanging out in.
In the city of Monterrey, new developments (and prices) are rising to meet greater demand for luxury properties.
The Antico Setificio Fiorentino boasts looms that date to the 1700s, and the ability to create any fabric you want.
Is it safe? What are the rules? What to pack? The six questions you should ask before you take your pup on a plane.
The hotel chain hasn’t said how many of the 500 million customers affected by a data breach had their passport numbers stolen. But the State Department and privacy experts disagree on the danger.
Two bartenders plan to open Jewel of the South, in homage to Joseph Santini and his brandy crusta.
Much has changed in the 46 years since Interrail pass was introduced, but the essence of what it offers — experiencing new cultures and meeting new people — has remained the same.
The People’s Salvation Cathedral will be the tallest Orthodox church in the world when finished. Many revere it. Others ask why so much tax money was used.