A consultant's proposal that Swiss railways bring back third-class travel to compete with cheap buses is meeting opposition.
Kyoto's paradox is that as it succeeds in attracting more overseas visitors to its attractions, they become less attractive to Japanese visitors.
Marilyn Jones visits the Medina of Fez, where she finds a pedestrian zone so large and complex a guide is needed.
A new travel puzzle is posted for this week. Follow the daily clues and see if you can solve where Gumbo's visiting.
DrFumblefinger visits Midland Provincial Park, situated near both the city of Drumheller and the famous Royal Tyrrell Museum. It was once the site of a large coal mine and an interpretative trail takes one through the history of coal mining in the region.
Singapore Shangi's new extension features shops, hotel and retail as well as a forest so big it has walking trails and the world's largest indoor waterfall.
Belgian railroads say they are having problems keeping up their schedules because of delays caused by international trains.
Gumbo was visiting the lovely Ljubljana Cathedral, dedicated to the patron saint of fishermen and boatmen. The church has a beautiful Baroque interior.
Travel Rob visits a statue honoring Moncton's 100th anniversary as a city
Two eagely-awaited pandas from China will soon join the cast of characters at Copenhagen's zoo.
Google is quietly building its presence in the hotel booking field, following its entry into flight searches and booking.
Jonathan L shows us a Central Park winter scene.
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of Trinidad, Cuba, one of the oldest cities in the Americas
Uniworld tries again to draw millenials to its now renamed U by Uniworld subsidiary, offering drag queen and tattoo cruises.
A new bottle erases all doubt as to when it's time for Champagne.