The town that some believe inspired Frozen is finding itself buried in success.
Symbol of the 1958 World Expo, the Atomium has lived on to become one of Brussels' top attractions.
As Sweden uses cash less and less, the government moves to keep it from disappearing altogether.
It's the season for adding up the data, and you may be surprised at some of the winners.
Portugal tops the world in mobile use of mobile phones, but they're far from alone in their dangerous habits.
Environmental and price pressure are cutting domestic flying, with rail gaining. And a date's been set for Berlin Tegel to close.
More bizarre lost and found items, this time at a hotel chain.
What you always knew is true: art and culture are good for you, and a new study backs that up.
Germany uses a tax cut to lower long-distance fares and carbon emissions.
An Italian town whose heart and geography may have been in Switzerland loses its unique status.
In the Portuguese pilgrimage town of Fatima, the Capuchin order has opened a museum with a huge collection of nativity scenes.
Oneworld gains access to dozens of new destinations with Royal Air Maroc's membership in the alliance.
Even in the far north, winter is having a hard time gaining a foothold.
Ontario has cut off out-of-country medical insurance for its residents who seek warmer winters.
Airbnb is finding that Gen Z travelers are a hot market for its 'Experiences' product, going beyond just a place to stay.