As part of a fight against pollution, the city will test rooftop gardens on buses and bus shelters to absorb CO2 emissions.
A lovely landscape scene of the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland
Indoors and out, new and used, food or not, everything's for sale in Santiago, from near-trash to treasures. Time for a walk through it!
Vending machines are now selling meat, bread and other dishes to cook or eat in several European cities.
The latest new trend in river cruising: a push to attract 18-40 year-olds.
Marilyn Jones's Caribbean cruise included this amazing sunset, shot from the cruise ship's deck.
With a colorful clue to start off, here's the next edition of our weekly travel puzzle. Can you guess the location before it's revealed next Monday?
Far from the most famous attractions of London, an unusual neighborhood along a stretch of the Regent's Canal
One of the world's most unusual attractions, the mine was one of the very first sites named to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
After five days without visitors, the Eiffel Tower is open again and its 300 staffers are back at work, just in time for the annual Christmas rush of visitors.
Valparaiso's fabulous Palacio Baburizza, named for its longtime owner, serves today as the city's Fine Arts museum. PHeymont shows it off.
Marilyln Jones shares a holiday visit to the medieval city of Regensburg, Germany, a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to a great holiday market
Travel Rob shows us where to see some of the best views of Tokyo.
Louis XIV's 1734 gardens have become a lawn over the years; now they will be restored to their ancient state as formal French gardens.
Italy's marriage laws are under debate as senators have proposed eliminating fidelity from the legal marriage contract.