Europe's Parliament is calling for a 10-year extension and expansion of rules that free Europeans of roaming mobile phone charges.
The clock appears to have run out on the plan for Europe to abandon twice-a-year clock changes...
Sixteen airlines have signed off on pledges to follow EU rules and make speedy refunds when flights are canceled.
As the post-pandemic world emerges, Europe's budget airlines appear ready to take on each other as well as the legacy carriers.
There are a lot of great travel movies out there, but Samantha always enjoys watching Under the Tuscan Sun. It shows you that you can turn bad situations into good.
New restrictions that vary from country to country and day to day are scrambling travelers' plans.
Ryanair is cutting even walk-up fares to the bone, with the usual expectation of making it up in fees, or of taking a loss to squeeze out competitors.
The discount carrier, based in the Irish Republic, is closing its last two bases in the north.
The charm of rural France is enjoyed by Barry Barford as he explores some of its villages.
Starting to recover from near-bankruptcy, the Channel Tunnel train service is running more trains again.
Europe's ETIAS system for non-visa travelers is officially back on track for next year.
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.