Barcelona corrects a technical glitch which allowed the famous cathedral to be an illegal construction site for 137 years.
Renewed calls for banning cruise ships from the city have followed the collision of a ship with a smaller boat and the dock.
Kai Rambow shares some spectacular views of the park, made as he worked to perfect his own craft as a photographer.
In Koblenz, a huge memorial makes a statement about the past by its sheer size if in no other way.
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Russia's new Arctic train route tales 11 days to almost reach its neighbor.
American offers a slew of new routes, many of them year-round and including two European cities with no other link to the U.S.
A leading expedition cruise company has achieved an environmentally-based goal.
As many of us do, Marilyn Jones finds food walking tours a good way to get to know a city.
Ian Cook shares a great sequence of photos of an heron flying in and then catching a fish in the River Coquet, Northumberland.
NASA is opening the International Space Station to private company projects...but some hope it will eventually host tourists.
Nick shares his personal experiences backpacking on Tenerife, and why this is a great travel destination.
DrFumblefinger was pleasantly surprised by how much he enjoyed his visit to Branson's Titanic Museum.
KLM has teamed up with Delft University to design a plane that could lead to more sustainable aviation.
In the aftermath of a TV mini-series, bookings for tours of the nuclear disaster area are way up and some worry that the message is being lost.