Help! The Law Says Lufthansa Owes Me Money, but I Can’t Collect.
The European Union has strict rules about refunds for flight cancellations and delays, but the German airline has racked up…Read More »
Greenland Wants You to Visit. But Not All at Once.
The Arctic island, renowned for its glaciers and fjords, is expanding airports and hotels to energize its economy, even as…Read More »
Waffles, Gentle Slopes and Cloudberries Everywhere: Skiing in Sälen, Sweden
Gstaad it’s not, but this snowy region within driving distance of Stockholm has welcoming cabins deep in the forest, trails…Read More »
‘There’s No Spring Break Here’: Florida’s Gulf Coast Fights to Rebound After Hurricane Ian
Communities like Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva, devastated by the storm, are struggling to rebuild the hotel rooms, restaurants…Read More »
What the Winter Storms in California Mean for Travel
Ski resorts and wineries may ultimately benefit, but in many areas, impassable stretches of highway and major wind and water…Read More »
Where #Vanlife Meets #Skibum
When you spend the night in a ski area parking lot during a snowstorm, there’s a point in the early…Read More »
8 Places Across the U.S. That Illuminate Black History
Over the years, many important African American landmarks have disappeared or fallen into disrepair. An effort to restore them promises…Read More »
5 Cozy Hotels Where Winter Is a Treat
From a luxurious cabin in the Catskills to a Victorian-era inn in the Scottish Highlands, here are a few places…Read More »
Is It Safe to Travel to Mexico? Here’s What You Need to Know.
A spate of incidents, including protests among taxi drivers in Cancún and a stray bullet at an airport in Culiacán,…Read More »
You Don’t Go to Sun Valley to Party
In recent years, America’s top ski resorts have upped the ante with five-star hotels, slopeside luxury brand collaborations and outposts…Read More »