Naples is out to reclaim the 'world's biggest pizza' title from Milan, with a 2km pie to be baked in the streets in the city that's pizza's birthplace.
Google tests 'Trips' app that recommends sights, restaurants, ground transportation options, and more.
Delta is joining American and dozens of international airlines in offering a 'premium economy' section on international flights. The trend is leaving more and more flights with business as the premium class instead of first.
The European Central Bank will stop printing €500 notes. Rarely seen by ordinary folks, they are believed to be used mainly by criminals.
This week marks the 20th anniversary of the Stolpersteine—stumbling blocks—that have become a familiar and poignant reminder of the victims of the Nazi Holocaust.
4 Chinese police to patrol hot spots in Rome and Milan
An area of Switzerland popular with hikers and bikers is installing fences and warning signs to keep them safe from aggressive cows protecting calves.
Viking Ocean Cruises will launch its fourth ship next year, and send it on a 5-month round-the-world maiden voyage.
London celebrates the 150th anniversary of its littlest—and most numerous—landmarks, the more than 900 'little blue plaques.'
A law passed two years ago banning Berlin tourists from renting entire apartments and houses through Airbnb and other online rental portals finally went into effect May 1.
Swedish divers preparing for a boat race find two historic wrecks in a downtown Stockholm channel.
An outbreak of a virulent avian flu among chickens in southwest France has led to a 3-month ban on production of foie gras.
Barcelona is one of the world's great tourist draws, but lately there have been concerns about numbers, and about ways to pay for city services.
Fashion Industry has Etihad as their official airline.
Despite all efforts, the love locks keep appearing on Paris bridges, which had previously been damaged by tons of locks. New measures are in place, but...