Travel Category Archive
Sea-Tac Airport is allowing visitors who aren’t booked on flights past security and into passenger-only areas
Invite your family to take a break from the dark, cold winter and come to sunny St. Lucie, Fla. for holiday fun the entire family can enjoy!
The Boquillas Port of Entry
Dreaming of an Italian vacation?
Portugal plans to turn a notorious prison where anti-fascist activists were once beaten and tortured into a museum to help ensure that the memories and experiences of its ageing survivors do not die with them.
Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, strengthening the Austrian capital’s claim to being the world’s most pleasant city to live in.
Rainy days should not deter adventurers from exploring nature.
Some of the millions of tourists who visit the Strip and downtown Las Vegas every year may not realize it, but they become accidental archivists helping to preserve our city for future historians.
Amtrak may end passenger rail service through Dodge City, Garden City and destinations to the west.
Thailand’s Maya Bay, made famous by the film “The Beach”, will close to visitors for four months from June to allow its coral reefs to recover from the environmental impact of thousands of visitors each day.
Amsterdam unveiled plans on Wednesday to rein in tourism, reflecting the dissatisfaction of many residents who feel the city’s ancient center has been overrun.
Emre proposed to his girlfriend Mine Nur in a candlelit wagon on the “Eastern Express”, a thousand kilometer train ride across eastern Turkey which he says formed the perfect start to their voyage through life.
The Philippines is looking to shorten the closure period for its most popular holiday hotspot Boracay to four months from six, but the number of visitors allowed when it reopens will be slashed, the tourism minister said on Wednesday.
Finland is the world’s happiest country, according to an annual survey issued on Wednesday that put Burundi at the bottom of the happiness index and found Americans were getting less happy even as their country became richer.
Europe’s tourist hot spots are looking for new ways to cope with “overtourism,” where cities like Venice, Dubrovnik and Barcelona are struggling to manage huge crowds arriving daily on cheap flights and cruise ships.
When British colonial rulers hastily left South Asia at Pakistan’s painful birth in 1947, the ensuing chaos and violence meant little attention was paid to the architecture they built or influenced in Pakistan’s biggest city, Karachi.
As the opening of Phase One of the Viaduct Rail Park approaches this spring, an important and related predecessor railroad should be remembered.