The grounding of the 737 MAX used on Norwegian's Ireland-based flights to North America has resulted in a shutdown of those routes.
Spain's newest thrill ride is an 80km/h two-kilometer fall off a mountain, hanging from a wire!
No more exotics will be traveling as service animals, but restrictions will be a lot looser than airlines had asked.
An opportunity for exotic South Seas cruises expands with new itineraries for a Tahitian company.
Five more airlines are in the fold, including Canada's fast-growing Swoop.
Mixing Brexit issues and commercial rivalry, British rail operators say they are leaving Europe's rail pass schemes—and then say they're not.
Italy's transport minister proposes an immediate move, but there's widespread doubt his plan is practical.
One of TravelGumbo's regular contributors has work on exhibit at two New York area galleries.
For those who remember their romances and the TV series The Love Boat, a chance for nostalgia at sea.
A new initiative would extend bike roads past city limits to encourage suburb-to-city bike commuting.
It may be mainly for PR, but many travelers would just love to have their plants catered for while they're away.
Tokyo visitors and residents get a chance to ride a rolling art gallery.
Rome is out to enforce its good behavior rules, but some think it may be going too far...or not far enough.
Lucky customers will sip free champagne on selected Eurostar trains this month.
Brussels police have found a warehouse full of stolen bikes, and have taken to social media to find the owners of the bikes.