More bizarre lost and found items, this time at a hotel chain.
Germany uses a tax cut to lower long-distance fares and carbon emissions.
It's a Liverpool tradition to walk the beaches on New Years Day; GarryRF shares the reason and this photo.
GarryRF shares this sunrise view of an artificial lake that provides drinking water for Liverpool.
With new restrictions on EU workers for Britain's tourism industry, operators are worried—but new rules for visitors worry them, too.
London Gatwick, the UK's second-busiest airport, is taking matters into its own hands in an attempt to speed up boarding times.
A survey suggests that a fairly large number of Brits are focusing their vacation attention on domestic vacations.
PHeymont visits the world's largest terra-cotta fountain. It's also a large measure of Victorian imperial self-congratulation.
Frequent fliers are among the targets of a British academic's proposals to help clear the air.
Britain's rail operators line up behind a plan to simplify fares and make it easier to take the train instead of flying or driving.
The UK's second high-speed rail line is suffering major delays and ballooning costs.
Ian Cook shares some nice photos of a coble, a traditional fishing boat, in today's Pic of the Day.
UK's Transport Secretary says all major airports will have CT scanners within 3 years.
Scotland is backing a new ferry service that would connect it to Dutch ports instead of having to ship through England.
Mixing Brexit issues and commercial rivalry, British rail operators say they are leaving Europe's rail pass schemes—and then say they're not.