H.I.S. has found its robot-staffed minimalist hotels successful enough to order up another batch.
A new concept: Your subconscious mind is already made up, and a digital travel agent can read it. Really? Read on...
No joking...well, actually it is sort of a joke. Sweden has officially christened a new train with a comic name from an internet contest.
A codeshare tie-up between the two airlines has helped TAP keep its trans-Atlantic flights full with U.S. passengers coming from JetBlue cities.
The Marciano Art Foundation has turned an unused Masonic temple into a stunning new venue for art from the past two decades.
Uncertainty over the future for Catalonia and Spain, and the scenes of police violence during the Catalan referendum have dampened tourism numbers.
A fight is brewing between save-the-wolf forces and the farmers who make Roquefort and other cheeses, and say their sheep are threatened.
Plans to limit small-town stops for France's high-speed rail network are aimed at cutting losses and speeding up service.
Walk down a tunnel of fish images and look around: the display is taking your pictures and using them to check you in without a delay.
A bus that disappeared from a tourist hotel in Copenhagen six weeks ago has been found, and suspects arrested.
FEMA now has two cruise ships serving as floating bases for disaster aid workers in the Virgin Islands.
Airbus and Bombardier partner to get around 300% tariff and assure airlines of a stable supplier. Earlier, Delta, with 75 on order, said it expects planes with no tariff.
British travel agents propose a levy on air tickets to cover the costs of repatriation and refund in case of sudden airline shutdowns.
A two-mile-long cable-car ride to the top of Germany's highest peak opens mid-December, replacing an old record-holder.
Italy's government extends loans to keep Alitalia in the air while it continues to seek bids for the airline.