Upgrades to Carnival Glory have left some passengers unhappy with construction and closed pools.
Airline service has apparently improved over the last year, and it's reflected in the results of an industry survey.
The 'Chunnel' has left its rocky start way behind and is doing record business.
With confusion over new travel rules and widespread issues about the new U.S. administration, tourist interest in the U.S. is taking a slide.
From a failed tree farm to the largest permanent maze in Spain.
Germany tries again to encourage password-free WiFi by protecting providers from being sued for what users download.
Cathay Pacific is brewing its own high-altitude beer designed to overcome loss of flavor at cabin pressure and high altitude.
Those odd extensions of jetliner wings reduce drag and save billions of gallons of fuel while reducing carbon emissions.
A new taxi app lets riders and drivers know the price and destination in advance; authorities hope it will increase the use of cabs.
Mount Etna, one of Italy's two active volcanoes, began an eruption on the night of February 27, sending flame, smoke and lava into the air, continuing into the morning. The eruption was visible from the cities of Catania and Taormina; the volcano is Catania's next-door neighbor. While a flurry of volcanic activity in January led to some schools being briefly evacuated, scientists at Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology say that this eruption is not a danger to people or...
La Plus Belle Gare turns out to be at Metz, in Alsace. Here it is, along with the runners-up.
Pisa plans a giant Ferris wheel near the famed Leaning Tower. Heritage advocates are on both sides of the issue.
TripAdvisor's list of UK's Top Ten Beaches may be a guide for travelers or a source of controversy.
Japan's tourism numbers are booming, and with the 2020 Olympics ahead, they're likely to continue heading upward.
A new study highlights an early wave of immigrants, and the hostile reaction they faced from England's rulers.