Rome's traditional problems with garbage collection have now become a new tradition: hordes of wild boars feasting on the trash.
For the first time since 2013, the Bocuse d'Or returns to France, and to its home at Lyon.
City and animal welfare officials are concerned that the huge animals can be spooked and aggressive, and want people to leave them alone.
North American river cruising gets less attention than the return to ocean cruising, but it's growing and changing as well.
If pigs had wings... Well, they don't, but geese do, and Amsterdam's airport is using pigs to chase the geese from runways.
United follow's American's lead in making it easier to access and use credits and vouchers.
France will soon debut new, more environment-friendly high-speed trains and is also bulking up its budget rail network.
With trans-Atlantic travel resuming, some new low-cost carriers are eying the market, but their time may not be yet.
Venice plays host to an unusual watercraft, built by an artist to drum up support for the arts during the pandemic year
Airbus is talking again about its planned zero-emission hydrogen-powered concepts, and Lufthansa is signed on as a way-future launch customer.
Historic Ravenna, Italy is getting ready to grab a share of the cruise business that's being relocated from Venice.
With a still-elevated surge of onboard incidents, Congress is being asked to take action.
British Airways has achieved a carbon-neutral flight with a combination of careful planning and enhancements and some leftover cooking oil.
With nearly three years to go, there's solid hope the Olympic open-water swimming events can take place in the Seine.
A Congressionally-mandated National Academy of Sciences study says it could be possible for disabled travelers to fly in their own wheelchairs.