Paris has a new flat-rate plan in place for taxis to and from Orly and CDG airports; for groups of two or more, it may mean a saving.
Canada's big little discount airline has its 20th birthday today—or maybe its 5th, since it started service on Leap Day 1996.
One of the most unusual museums anywhere, created by one of the most unusual men, the Mercer traces the tools and skills that support human life.
A few shots of the equally fascinating and repulsive alligator.
Spain may be ready to undo the Franco-era decision to share a time zone with Germany rather than England...and it may bring even more change with it.
Ian Cook takes us on a visit to Madeira's beautiful tropical Botanical Garden. A feast for the eyes, nourishment for the soul....
For obvious reasons, Torres del Paine is South America's most popular national park.
A children's drive to raise funds to buy an unspoiled island off Sardinia has led a woman to return the bag of sand she took from there years ago.
Brazil's Embraer is rolling out the first of its E2 series planes for the 75-130 seat market. The more efficient planes will replace its current 190 series.
Pompei will open more areas to the public, and create new pathways in an effort to spread out the crowds that endanger the fragile area.
We love food markets and today we visit one of Delhi's many markets, this one frequented by residents of Delhi and only rarely tourists.
Aerial views of the small fishing village of Craster, Northumberland, England
A trail of fat betrays thieves who broke into a bar and stole the cash, the TV and seven legs of Iberico ham...
A pilot project in eastern France is turning wastes from cheese-making into marketable products, and into electric power.
Cuba's fleet of classic American cars is legendary, and as with most legends, the truth is actually more interesting than the shiny story.