Medical tourism is a growing trend, and may increase 6-fold in the next 10 years.
France struggles with a drop in tourism after the terrorist attacks, and also faces the seemingly endless issue of 'love-locks.'
Pokemon-hunting crowds continue to be an issue in several cities and attractions; Dusseldorf says "Enough" to blocked bridge.
American is making all its inflight entertainment free, following Delta's lead. But when will we get free Wi-Fi?
Learning to yodel...hasn't it been your dream? Now there's a 90-minute class on an Austrian mountaintop...the hills can be alive with the sound of you!
Crystal Cruises' plan to re-do the SS United States as a boutique cruiser runs into problems: bringing it up to modern standards might not be possible.
A Ryanair passenger who missed his flight catches it anyway, by running across the field!
As Delta struggles to return to normal, everyone's question is "How do these system-wide crashes even happen?"
Massive delays continue on Delta worldwide after a computer crash.
After 16 years in service, the bridge between Sweden and Denmark is ready for new paint...and it will take 15 years to do it.
Disney files patents for systems that would track visitors by their shoes and for robots that would use data from it to "customize" guest experience.
Spanish open-water swimmer Jaime Caballero set a new world record for speed in swimming the 83 km (over 50-mile) length of Lake Geneva.
The Grand Beedapest Hotel caters to Britain's honeybees, raising public awareness of their critical role in agriculture.
Airberlin will increase it's flight offerings to the U.S. starting next summer.
Iceland's flag carrier is inviting passengers to skip their website and use Facebook Messenger to book flights and Reykjavik stopovers.