Eleven of Europe's best-known traditional spas have been added to the Unesco World Heritage list this week.
Hats off to the top producers, shippers and drinkers of the world's beers!
A well-heeled start-up is taking aim at the luxury end of the reviving European night sleeper train business.
A new concept—a cross of a seaplane, hovercraft and electric motors—is being proposed to offer faster ferry service across the Channel.
Congressional action is opening up Alaska for cruises while questions remain in a variety of areas as the industry awakes.
Jose offers some fun suggestions on things to do when visiting Paris (sponsored content)
The UK seems set to document its citizens vaccinations, but a wrinkle over national rights is holding up Europe's vaccine passport
Apparently, the urge to travel doesn't even require knowing where you're going as two cruises with mystery itineraries sell out fast.
It's official: Europe will accept vaccinated American visitors this summer. But conditions on the ground raise the question: Is it a good time to go?
Conflicting advice confronts international travelers as more countries are willing to have visitors
With more night train routes opening on the Continent, a new company in the business dreams of routes from London.
A new company and a new route keep the pot boiling for overnight train service in Europe.
The man behind Norwegian Air's rapid rise and eventual collapse is ready to try again with a new airline, Norse Atlantic.
The pandemic may have created a long-term preference for more private spaces on trains.
As Europe starts to move on its 'Green Pass' proposal, there are still issues of fairness as well as how it would work.