Cuban-American collector lends 7,000 artworks to Spain, which will open 2 museums to house what may become a permanent donation.
Airbnb says its rural listings are growing rapidly, especially in areas near national and state parks.
There's been progress, but Paris's war on 'uncivil behavior' has a long way to go.
Norwegian nearly doubles its U.S. footprint in a year, and adds more flights to existing routes.
TSA hopes for even more enrollees to keep the lines moving this summer as a record number of passengers will be flying.
London added all-night weekend service last year and is so pleased with the results that it's adding more.
France has a wealth of summer events for almost every taste.
New registration and tax rules are aimed at giving the city a better shot at enforcing the rules.
Rome is the city of fountains, but this year's drought and needed repairs to the system will make for a dry summer.
Berlin's new airport, already years overdue and plagued with construction and corruption issues, has only a tiny milestone to celebrate
Hurtigruten, the iconic Norwegian coastal and expedition operator, is reaching out to a new North American market.
Do restaurant discounts limited to locals help residents survive gentrification, or do they rip off travelers? It’s all in how you look at it!
With business to cities other than Havana slow, and no further loosening of tourism restrictions for Americans, the airline will drop flights to Varadero and Santa Clara, while keeping Havana.
With no rescue plan in sight, the bankruptcy commissioners call for buyers. Otherwise, they’ll sell off the assets.
United introduces flexible (and potentially higher) award pricing and a new way to qualify for stopovers.