Before the tourists there were the tomatoes. Santorini is still famous for the flavor of its tomatoes, and now a museum celebrates their past.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is proposing to combine Paris arrondissements for more efficient government and services.
Santiago de Cuba's Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption is a well-polished gem with a long history of disaster and plunder behind it.
An empty train station on a cold day. A great chance to take some photos
United will begin offering nonstop service from San Francisco to Singapore starting in June, using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
A record year for Spain's tourism industry helps power an economic recovery as travelers seek safer places in the sun.
As Germany celebrates the 500th anniversary of its Beer Purity Law, beer-drinking hits historic lows.
Iran agrees to purchase 118 jets from Airbus
A charming houseboat, along the road from Sausalito to Muir Woods. Can anyone help out with more specifics?
An unusual historic monument in Northumberland has been converted into a posh living space.
Boieing's newest model, the 737MAX, makes its maiden flight. The updated 737 has new fuel-efficient engines and other new features.
Competitive prices and a perception that some other places are unsafe has given the U.S. a boost in overseas travelers.
Emirates purchases nearly $15 billion worth of new giant jets (A380s and 777s).
An Electric shuttle bus hits the road in the Netherlands.
Like many port cities, Santiago spills down its hills (or up, if you prefer), leading to creative adaptations.