As demand grows, and in response to emissions caps, France re-opens a regional rail line for the first time since 2016.
Italy designates Certares group as final bidder for a majority stake in state-owned ITA Airways, despite expectations Lufthansa would be the winner
A new overnight sleeper train is being proposed for the Northeast
Rail fares to London's Heathrow Airport have taken a sudden rise, in part to repay the British government's pandemic aid.
Brussels is having a car-free day next week that's been expanded to include the whole Capital Region
In 1967, despite dire predictions, Sweden managed to switch over to right-hand traffic
Environmental concerns over plastic packaging and other issues are leading to campaigns against bottled water.
A British couple put a bicycle on the map of Europe with their three-year, 4500-mile cycling odyssey.
Due to off-limits Russian airspace, the transpacific startup will fly to Mexico instead for now
Europe's fifth and the world's seventh Legoland will open in a few years in Belgium
Avelo Airlines, one of last year's start-ups, says it will be profitable by year's end, unusual for an airline just a year old.
A new resource, drawn from personal experience, aims at opening new opportunities for outdoor recreation
After two years of much lower numbers, France's tourism industry sees a return to normal and then some
Denmark and Sweden have a bureaucratic spat that's keeping the sleeping cars off Sweden's new night train
Japan re-opens a bit further, but is still far short of its goal for revival