Travel Blog

Disney Twitter Chat on Tuesday, July 1
From favorite rides to how to achieve Disney for adults, get tips on making the most out of those magical moments in our Disney Twitter chat on Tuesday, Jul... Read More
Q+A: Keith Cox Explains How Vacatia Is the StubHub of Timeshares
Travel + Leisure has long celebrated hotels as the go-to choice for travel accommodations, and in recent years we've covered the explosion of the vacation... Read More
Daily Transporter: 3,000-Year-Old Giants
One happy park ranger will commemorate today’s 150th anniversary of Yosemite by plunging a shovel into the road running through the park’s Mariposa Grove.... Read More
Daily Transporter: Rolling of the Bulls
If you can’t make it to Pamplona this year, consider a stateside alternative to the annual encierro. Hampton, Virginia celebrates San Fermin with a Roll... Read More
Zen Moment: Switzerland From Above
This year, Swiss Tourism is celebrating the Alpine nation's incredible views, and a new video does just that. "Switzerland From Above," filmed by renowned... Read More
New Canopy Gliders Open Over Queensland's Rainforest
Queensland, Australia is riding high this year, especially with their new Canopy Glider, and open-air gondola that cruise over the lush rainforest. Barron... Read More
Daily Transporter: London
Yoga’s all about elevating the mind to a higher plane, but if you truly want to get your om on amongst the clouds, here’s your chance. Europe’s tallest buil... Read More
We Love Virgin America's New/Adorable/Gay-Friendly Website
If you've booked a flight with Virgin America recently, you may have noticed the airline's fun new Where We Fly page, which uses artsy icons to symbolize ... Read More
Choice Hotels Partners With Online Menu Platform for Easy In-Room Delivery
Thanks to a new partnership with online menu platform Zuppler, in-room dining is now a lot more exciting—and easier—at Choice Hotels. Through the branded ... Read More
Mediterranean Lighthouses To Get a Makeover
Over the next 18 months, lighthouses around the Mediterranean are going to get a makeover. The multi-country Mediterranean Lighthouse Project, known as ME... Read More
Tucson’s Westin La Paloma Resort Partners with Arizona’s Desert Museum
On a recent trip to Tucson, I was amazed to learn that the Sonoran Desert, which laps at the city’s doorstep, is second only to the Amazon for its diversi... Read More
Daily Transporter: Shredding Munich
Think landlocked Munich is too far from a coast to boast a surf culture? Nein, dude. Since the 1970s, surfers have been riding a treacherous and icy river... Read More
Book Now: July 4th Hotel Deals
Looking ahead to the holiday weekend? Here, three ideas for fun and affordable July 4thgetaways. 1. Philadelphia The birthplace of independence is the p... Read More
Group Dinners May Be Next for Airbnb Hosts
Ultimate travel industry disrupter Airbnb is at it again—this time testing out a pilot program in San Francisco whereby hosts also make meals for their gu... Read More
Samsung Debuts New Flagship Tablet: Galaxy Tab S
Last week, Samsung debuted the Galaxy Tab S—its latest attempt to overthrow Apple in the cutthroat tablet market. The ultra-thin device (no thicker than f... Read More
Art Takeover: Wynwood, Miami
Like most neighborhood transformations-turned-gentrification, Wynwood’s started on the streets. As the younger, trendier brother of Miami’s Design Distri... Read More
Air France Launches Comeback With New Cabin Innovations
This morning, Air France revealed the results of one billion euro investment in new cabins, livery, and service, as part of the carrier's effort to reasse... Read More
Cape Cod Beaches Ban Smoking
Just in time for summer's high season, popular Cape Cod beaches enacted smoking bans last week. Meant to minimize second-hand smoke for the marjority of ... Read More
Cirque du Soleil to Launch New Show in Mexico's Riviera Maya
Canada-based Cirque du Soleil is setting up shop in the Riviera Maya, in a 600-seat, custom-built theater that takes cues from the Yucatan's lush jungle l... Read More
Chef and Music Freak Andrew Carmellini on what Makes a Great Restaurant Soundtrack
Beware the “shuffle” button! I create playlists for all my restaurants. Maybe I’m a control freak, but I love the process. If I have 100 things to do, “Ma... Read More