Europe's cities struggle to find the balance between 'too many' visitors and 'not enough' business.
After a bad year marked by tourism losses after terror incidents, the two cities are seeing visitor numbers rise again, though not yet to 2015 levels.
It's time for a new travel puzzle! New clues are posted daily so play along and see if you can solve where our mystery destination is.
Marilyn Jones is just back from a visit to Italy, where she visited this lovely village in Tuscany.
At San Francisco's International Airport, there's a small but fascinating museum dedicated to the history of the typewriter. And it doesn't end there!
Star Wars, meet the airport. Sita Labs intelligent kiosks can not only check you in and take your bags—they know where to go to greet you.
As the travel-to-Cuba industry adjusts to realistic expectations, the threat of a return to old restrictions looms.
Gumbo was found at De Cercle En Ellipse in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada
Travel Rob shows us a beautiful display of outdoor light art in Montreal.
A Summer 2017 edition of a free online resource for how to help the kids enjoy Paris as much as you do.
A Swiss village has an unusual publicity ploy: It's forbidden photographs of the village on grounds it will just make people jealous to see how pretty it is.
The Erie Canal is used mostly by pleasure craft these days, but Jonathan L had the chance to see a major industrial shipment pass through.
A frequent visitor to Puerto Rico, Jonathan L had never before visited the island's west coast. He shares the visit with us here.
Paul Hunter shares some beautiful shots of early summer in his home region of North Yorkshire!
Copenhagen's success at getting people out of cars and onto bikes has led to two-wheel traffic jams. New signs are aimed at helping riders avoid them.