Disney gives the iconic castle at the center of Disney World a colorful makeover.
You won't be surprised to learn that you can Google what people are Googling; after all, it's the company that inspired the joke help wanted poster (No need to apply, we already have your information). An Australian insurance company, Columbus Direct, went to the source to find the most-Googled tourism attractions. As you might have guessed from the photo above, the Taj Mahal tops the list, but the big surprise is that for most of the top ten, the main questions used to Google them are heavy...
Just what a winter traveler wants: Somwhere to leave the heavy winter gear and sky off into a sunny resort.
United is now offering its loyalty points in place of vouchers as goodwill compensation to passengers.
France is taking new actions to protect an increasingly fragile environment and to 'do something' about some wacko tourist behavior.
If roller coasters have become too take for you, here's a chance to play in space real close to home.
Amsterdam would like fewer visitors, especially those who come for the weed and red light tourism.
Norway wants a new, faster route between its biggest cities, but the idea has generated disputes between highway and rail proposals.
Blockades along Canadian National rail lines have brought passenger and freight service to a halt in a dispute over pipeline construction.
Can't wait to get to the Nintendo theme park? Try one of these pop-up airport lounges...
Alaska's West Coast route web and American's international services give the two airlines a common interest.
Great or crazy...or nutty? You'll have to decide about these flashy chargers that are coffee cups (or coffee cups that are chargers).
A free maritime festival commemorates the Pilgrims' voyage to the New World and the ship they rod in on.
Venice is using sensors and cameras to track crowds and crowding, and to try to build an accurate picture of visitor patterns.
Airbus reveals it's testing a model for a plane with a radical design that might be the most efficient shape ever for an airliner.