The world's busiest airports mostly keep their rankings, but change may be in the future.
A major exhibit in Denver focuses on Monet's shift to landscape and nature painting
Beijing's new second main airport opens today, and expects to handle 72 million passengers a year soon.
A free-entry day celebrates the nation's national parks and give visitors an opportunity to try the outdoors on for size.
A Liverpool landmark that was a childhood favorite of John Lennon and immortalized in a Beatles song is now open to the public.
Amsterdam turns over some of its tourism promotion space to help out a city in search of more visitors.
An Airbnb/Downton Abbey promotion puts a night in fabled Highclere Castle within the reach of anyone, or rather, of one lucky couple for one night.
A first for the desert resort: A no-smoking, no-gambling hotel focused on wellness
A stunning attempt at flight by a fleet of balloons, with an unfortunate vendor attached.
The arrival of new planes at an airline in Brazil may speed up the arrival of America's next airline.
A miniature version of Canada's vast spaces is getting ready for a next-year opening in Toronto.
Discounts for young adults on United and an extension of Delta's limited recline on short-haul flights.
Vegan and vegetarian food tours are becoming more available and more popular across Europe.
The mass demonstrations in Hong Kong over the past few months are turning into a major problem for Hong Kong tourism.
In most hotels and motels, the bathroom is the corner space with no window and, hopefully, a noisy but effective ventilating fan. But, USA Today points out, for some hotels, it's a real room with a view. In a recent article with slideshow, the paper presents a gallery of 28 spectacular bathrooms with views on some of the world's most iconic landmarks. P.S.: if you plan to try any of these rooms...they're mostly in luxury hotels.