Finding your way in Belgium can be tricky: A national survey indicates that half the nation's street signs are missing or illegible.
With a huge wingspan and six 747 engines, Stratolaunch is designed to launch satellites.
A bill moving through the assembly would ban mini bottles to cut down on plastic waste. Hotels would be required to use larger bottles or bulk dispensers.
The Rails to Trails Alliance is projecting a bike and hike trail running from coast to coast.
Iceland adds a new road trip route along its Arctic Coast
A second home in Giverny, used by Monet as a guest house and vegetable garden, can now be rented.
Swiss food reserve authorities are ready to give coffee the boot from national stockpiles.
New exhibits in Brussels Central rail station and nearby museums highlight the 450th anniversary of the death of Flemish painter Pieter Brueghel the Elder.
SNCF is ending a once-popular service that allowed travelers to ship their cars ahead; it's no longer a profitable business.
Sixteen bronze statues from the Notre Dame spire had been removed for cleaning and repair, escaping the fire that destroyed the spire.
Four U.S. airlines are competing for 12 new slot pairs at Tokyo's close-in airport.
Delta will limit seatback recline on some flights to give passengers behind a break.
Dublin's Port Company has partially reversed course on its plan to shrink the cruise business in the Irish capital.
A long-time U.S. river cruiser is branching out in several directions, including South America and Alaska.
JetBlue's long-rumored London service is official, with service to start by 2021.