An unlikely location hosts a museum honoring the man who found "no direction home."
Ireland's tourism authority closes a museum that may have fallen behind the times, and looks for a new use for the building.
Europe's new travel and border systems are getting closer, but one will go into effect before the other.
Cruise passengers are trending younger in the past, in part because younger generations remember cruises with parents or grandparents.
New rulemaking by the federal government would take away the airlines' right to decide what is and isn't significant
Europe's rail systems play well together... until it comes to using a common power standard. Belgium is buying new equipment to bridge the gap
Closed for four years by renovation and redesign, half of the museum will re-open October 14th.
Limerick's Greenway, a 40-mile bike and hike trail, now offers bus service for those who want to cover shorter distances.
Two of Europe's busiest airports face questions that go beyond the current chaos.
France has ended testing and vaccination rules for travel, but is holding on to the authority to reinstate them if circumstances change.
In Rome and Milan, Uber's app can now call a regular taxi, while it is still barred from operating its own cars.
To protect its roots and the area around it, park officials have closed off access
Good news for budget travelers, and others: A data driven booking platform's predicting lower fares...at least for a while
Following a trend, China's postal system is adding cafes in some of its post offices
Five people were rescued from a liferaft by a fishing vessel working with the Portuguese navy