Spain's public holidays vary by region...here's a list to help you find, or dodge, your spot!
Now you can make snow at home without the huge equipment resorts use, thanks to a young Austrian engineer.
Sweden's high-speed lines are among those ordered to slow down until the rail lines are repaired and upgraded.
The year just ended was one of the safest in aviation history. Stats show that flying is actually generally quite safe, and getting more so.
Upcoming anniversaries and a cheaper pound are drawing more visitors than ever to Britain for 2017.
France's public holidays fall in great places this year for those looking for long weekends.
Years of delay keep rolling on, as Berlin's new airport, originally scheduled to open in 2010, will not be ready before 2018.
Shifting fleet needs and loyalties lead Delta to cancel its leftover 787 order. Other airlines have fleet issues, too.
Denmark and Norway are dropping old favorites, while Sweden finds new ways to describe new things.
"Flour Police" let fly with eggs and flour in Ibi's mock coup d'etat on a day given to pranks.
The Denmark-to-Sweden set a record for car crossings this year, but it may have come at the expense of rail travel.
Christmas trees are a big business world-wide, and Denmark has become one of the biggest suppliers.
As its 150th anniversary nears, Canada calls on the public for new sites to nominate for UNESCO World Heritage status.
New Year's Day is often France's day to implement new rules and laws. Here's a brief guide to some of them that may affect travelers.
Final approval is in for the new express RER route between Paris and the CDG airport stations, but it will take 6 years to build.