French rail operator SNCF, after years of keeping unused Paris properties off the market, is working with arts-based groups to create new uses.
Behind the scenes of Denmark's big summer music festival, collectors who help keep it clean by collecting bottles for the deposits.
Events from Pride marches to classical concerts to a Bollywood festival and much, much more mark July in Germany.
Another privately-funded project to save Rome's historic heritage completes part of the work on the Colosseum, funded by the Tod's group.
As trade restrictions between the U.S. and Cuba continue to loosen, Starwood becomes the first U.S. operator to run a Cuban hotel.
China's first home-grown airliner goes into passenger service, and more are expected as China's market for new airliners continues to grow.
Norway's Viking Ship Museum will soon have an addition that will triple its space and allow for more exhibitions.
Gooogle Maps App adds two new features for road trips.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection wants to check your social media before you enter the U.S.
This year's Tour de France will kick off at a spectacular location, but some locals are upset because their own bikes are banned from the island.
A raft of new rules and eased-up old ones will make changes for tourists and visitors alike.
A new budget airline in it's crowdfunding stage is looking to donate a majority of its profits to charity
Cruise lines, which had already reduced stops in Turkey after earlier attacks in Istanbul and Ankara, have canceled many more port calls.
Iceland's WOW Air is adding flights to the NYC area, with tempting $99 one-way to Iceland and $149 to Europe limited fares.
London will soon have a new 144-room floating hotel that's also a job-training project.