The long-distance swimmer son of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is planning to swim the length of the Seine this summer, nearly 500 miles.
Few passengers were flying in 2020, but many were lined up at the refund window and the complaint desk.
Jonathan L takes a look back to his 2006 trip to Volgograd, and to the historic battle of Stalingrad, a turning point of World War II.
Seville has long been surrounded by fortified walls, portions of which still survive to this day.
Canada has the world's longest network of recreational trails, and a new initiative will make them more accessible to people with disabilities.
The pendulum is swinging toward an official digital credential after EU leaders discuss it at a virtual summit.
Travel Rob takes an airboat tour and a hike in Everglades City, Florida
PHeymont shares a monumental gull and some regular ones.
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Air France's new safety video takes an unusual tack: it's shot all over France instead of inside a plane.
An ambitious plan is underway to create a new elevated pedestrian park linking two London neighborhoods on a disused rail line.
Bob Cranwell and his merry band of travelers continue their journey through Morocco
PHeymont shares his nostalgia for New York's tugboats and some photos of them at work.
A fleet of new sleeper cars will start arriving for Austria's popular and growing Nightjet network across Europe.
With a new government roadmap that looks to re-opening travel and vacations by late Spring. Britons are hearing 'Start your (booking) engines'