Cities celebrating their 300th anniversary, a river that promises gorgeous wine country scenery, a continent that's extending an increasingly warm welcome, hidden corners of Europe, lively Latin American and Asian destinations, and a wildlife wonderland top our list for the new year.
A hundred years ago, World War I ended, the influenza pandemic began, Richard Ripley wrote his first oddities column, and the French dip sandwich was born. All can inspire a journey.
Do you need a new driver's license to board a plane? What's up with the State Department's warning system? What do the new rules for seeing Machu Picchu mean for you? How does a car rental service allow you to afford nicer wheels? This and more in this trove of travel information.
Champagne and shower rooms, full bars and fine dining, open-air terraces and quiet spaces for sleepyheads are among the amenities in first-class getaways.
The island might be best known for Taipei, its affluent urban capital, or its Buddhist temples and bustling night markets. But Taroko National Park has a coast and slopes dramatic enough to take over your trip.
Whether you stay at a luxury seaside villa or a simple, off-the-grid thatch-roofed bure in the jungle, Fiji has a laid-back, unpretentious hospitality that will make you feel like part of one big family.
The scenery and setting are grand, but don't expect speedy Wi-Fi and high-thread-count sheets. Instead, you'll find plenty of hiking, rafting and fishing in the Colorado River.
If you've visited Hawaii, you've probably encountered li hing mui, known as crack seed. This island treat is seemingly everywhere. And now, it has inspired a few new twists on the snack that are not quite as intense. The result? A li hing revolution.
Some liked it; some hated it, but few were neutral. We asked a group of features journalists to sample li hing mui, and the results were laughable--and occasionally hilarious.
England, Scotland and Wales are chockablock with these enchanting reminders of bygone days, and there are classes and trails to help you explore them.
Colleagues had raved about Jaipur, and it remained firmly fixed in my imagination ever since. When a trip finally delivered me to the old city, it was such a visual delight that it left none of my senses untouched.
Travelers can mark the 200th anniversary of the British author's death by visiting picturesque locales, including Bath and Chawton. And don't miss the Huntington Beach connection.
What's better than a road trip in the old jalopy? A road trip without the jalopy. Here is what we call a "carless road trip" that puts San Diego at your feet (but it's not a walking tour).
In San Francisco, you simply don't need a car on Market Street and the waterfront. In fact, you'll be happier without one
San Francisco is surely the best big city in California for a carless trip. By streetcars you can cover Market Street and the Embarcadero. Then there are cable cars and buses..
On a pack trip, you can explore the peaks and creeks on horseback, with a mule lugging your gear, then camp by a lake. How it enhanced the romance of this rugged land for one temporary cowboy.
Count this writer among the most surprised to see amazing stuff happening in the Rust Belt city, which is reinventing itself, attracting millennials and transplants who want to be here.
Michael Vukadinovich of L.A. traveled to Morocco with his wife, Christin, in May. He traveled to Volubilis, a former capital of Mauritania -- and got this photograph.
Miss the epic wildflower bloom? No worries--there's still plenty see: Petroglyphs, unique plants, slot canyons, mud caves and fossils abound.
Yawn. That's what many people do when they think of such cities. But Ottawa is ideal epicenter for celebrations to showcase the country during its 150th birthday bash.