May 2016

By Lindsey Campbell, May 27, 2016
Tourists can display some pretty awful behavior; after all they’ve caused several Thai beaches to close down and forced Disney Shanghai to release an etiquette guide before they’re even open. But, which country produces the worst travelers? Turns ...
By Erika Owen, May 27, 2016
A certain adorable hotel dog recently took to Twitter, announcing his campaign for President of the United States. And while we're very aware that a dog can't actually be elected to this particular office, we can't help but applaud Monti the Beagl...
By Travel + Leisure Staff, May 27, 2016
Want to know what to do in Bruges? No trip to the capital of West Flanders would be complete without indulging in plenty of chocolate. The Chocolate Museum demonstrates how the art of chocolate making evolved. Some of the best shops (for souven...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This week, we caught up with singer and actress Keke Palmer at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, who’s finds herself constantly traveling between Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Besides letting us go through the contents of her carry-on, Keke d...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This week, we caught up with singer and actress Keke Palmer at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, who’s finds herself constantly traveling between Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Besides letting us go through the contents of her carry-on, Keke d...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This week, we caught up with singer and actress Keke Palmer at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, who’s finds herself constantly traveling between Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Besides letting us go through the contents of her carry-on, Keke d...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This week, we caught up with singer and actress Keke Palmer at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, who’s finds herself constantly traveling between Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Besides letting us go through the contents of her carry-on, Keke d...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This week, we caught up with singer and actress Keke Palmer at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, who’s finds herself constantly traveling between Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Besides letting us go through the contents of her carry-on, Keke d...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 27, 2016
To celebrate its three new nonstop flights from New York City, Los Angeles, and Fort Lauderdale to Paris, Norwegian Air Shuttle is offering steeply discounted fares on flights from November 2016 through March 2017. Round-trip flights on the 787...
By Rishi Iyengar / Time.com, May 27, 2016
This article originally appeared on time.com. Officials searching for EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed en route from Paris to Cairo last week with 66 people on board, said Thursday that they had detected an emergency signal that could enable ...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 27, 2016
Many Americans have already commenced their Memorial Day celebrations, ushering in summer with barbecue cookouts, beach parties, and by eating plenty of hotdogs.  But if you haven’t made any summer travel plans yet, consider this an appeal to d...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
Barcelona is looking to turn 60 percent of its streets into green spaces for pedestrians. The city wants to start the project in Eixample, the neighborhood known for a grid layout that thrills tourists who’ve exhausted their map-reading skills....
By Erika Owen, May 27, 2016
It was recently announced that Althrop, Princess Diana's childhood home and final resting place, will open to overnight visitors for three weekends in an effort to raise money for the Whole Child International charity. The Princess's brother, Earl...
By Erika Owen, May 27, 2016
It was recently announced that Althrop, Princess Diana's childhood home and final resting place, will open to overnight visitors for three weekends in an effort to raise money for the Whole Child International charity. The Princess's brother, Earl...
By Erika Owen, May 27, 2016
If you've been to Rome, you can vouch for the city's stunning architecture, storied streets, and breathtaking views. Even if you haven't had the opportunity to visit Italy's capital, there's a good chance you can conjure a visual—after all, it's o...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
There’s a new museum in Bordeaux that belongs on every wine lover’s bucket list. La Cité du Vin (which translates to “the city of wine”) will open on June 1 in the heart of France’s wine country, Bordeaux, just a few hours drive from Paris—and its...
By Erika Owen, May 27, 2016
Visiting a dozen countries in the span of minutes may not be physically possible, but there's a video out there that will give you a peek into what it would look like if you actually could. Christian Grewe, a freelance videographer, put together a...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on realsimple.com 1. Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania Most historians agree that the battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in the Civil War; it saw 
more casualties than any other battle in ...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This article originally appeared on time.com. No one particularly likes taking off their shoes in the airport, but burgeoning wait times in security lines are enough to make almost anyone long to reach the body scanner. On top of outcry abou...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
The TSA has been under fire lately, as the summer travel season ramps up and the insanely long security lines at airports continue to make headlines. Now, American Airlines just announced that those delays aren’t just an aggravating test of patien...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx A forthcoming pop-up restaurant in London got a lot of attention earlier this year – including a wait list that is now over 38,000 people strong – after announcing that it would allow people dine in the nud...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This article originally appeared on time.com. President Barack Obama on Friday visited Hiroshima, the first city in history to be targeted with a nuclear bomb, becoming the first sitting President to do so more than seven decades after the atta...
By George Mannes, May 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on money.com Related: The Best Free Thing To Do in Each State (and DC) We went to Times Square in New York City to find out how people travel with their families. Some tricks? Plan activities, but make sure the...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
In a new statement, the TSA placed blame on passengers, claiming that individuals are at fault for showing up to checkpoints unprepared. “Individuals who come to the TSA checkpoint unprepared for a trip can have a negative impact on the time it ta...
By Melissa Chan, May 27, 2016
This story originally appeared on time.com The Zika virus will likely begin spreading in the U.S. “in the next month or so,” a top health official said Sunday, highlighting the need for “forceful preparation.” Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of ...
By N/A, May 27, 2016
This article originally appeared on time.com. The Six Flags Great Adventure amusement part in New Jersey has added a new roller coaster, “The Joker,” which—depending on your taste for roller coasters—looks like a terrifyingly exhilarating or hi...
By Lindsey Campbell, May 26, 2016
Ever wonder what the most opulent travel gadget out there is? Well, we may have found it. Rolls-Royce just released what can only be described as the most luxurious luggage collection of all time. The six-piece collection includes two Grand Tourer...
By Erika Owen, May 26, 2016
One traveler recently proved that a nice, handwritten letter can get you pretty far in life—that is, if you define "pretty far" as receiving a refund for a canceled flight fee. Alex Hamberger, who lives in Buffalo, New York, recently missed a flig...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 26, 2016
There are a few airports you may want to avoid this summer. But according to MilesCards.com, none are as miserable as Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. On Wednesday, MilesCards.com released their annual report ranking U.S. air...
By Erika Owen, May 26, 2016
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to take a road trip with Shia LeBeouf, now's your chance. The actor-turned-artists is currently making his way across the United States with help from a few lucky drivers open to picking up a famous hi...
By Lisa Cheng, May 26, 2016
Amsterdam  Get 33 percent off from INK Hotel Amsterdam - MGallery Collection, which boasts 149 bohemian-chic rooms in the former office of a Dutch newspaper. Best of all, it's less than a 10 minute walk from the city's main shopping drag, Kalve...
By Travel + Leisure Staff, May 26, 2016
Get VIP Status at Miami's Hottest Hotel The SLS arrived in 2012 and has been the hottest haute spot since. The beachfront Art Deco tower signaled Philippe Starck's return to Miami, and the designer certainly delivered (with an assist from Lenny...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
Playing with your food is usually considered poor table manners. A new restaurant in Staffordshire, England encourages it. The Rollercoaster Restaurant at the Alton Towers theme park in the west of England lives up to its name, delivering food ...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on time.com Testifying before the House Committee on Homeland Security on Wednesday, the head of the Transportation Security Administration said airlines, airports, Congress and the TSA will have to work together ...
By Travel + Leisure Staff, May 26, 2016
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Motto. A few months ago, a friend asked me if I fly business or coach. Then she asked why there are there so many white men at the front of planes. Although she wasn’t a frequent flyer, she noticed the lack of ...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 26, 2016
Three more of Thailand’s most stunning islands are being shut down as a result of “excessive tourism,” Global News reported this morning. The Thai government, in an effort to save the idyllic white sand beaches and endangered coral reefs, has c...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on money.com As the busy travel season kicks off this weekend, demand for gasoline is hitting new highs. And for that reason, in addition to various seasonal factors, prices at the pump are edging higher, says Pat...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on money.com Air travel is shaping up to look like a nightmare this summer, especially at many big airports and hub cities. And as a result, some travelers are rethinking their plans. Many Americans now say they’l...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on money.com The bad news is that even if you follow the rules and get to the airport two hours ahead of time, there’s a chance you could get hung up at TSA security checkpoints and miss your flight. The good news...
By N/A, May 26, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. There are probably worse travel planners than me, but I doubt it. I’m a procrastinator, and always fretting that I didn’t find the best deal. So a new feature of airline travel appeals: the option. ...
By Lindsey Campbell, May 25, 2016
The HyperLoop—you know, that insanely fast train that promises to get you from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes—is close to becoming a reality. So, of course, we want to know: what exactly would the inside of these supersonic trains look...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Francie Lubbe was camping at the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in Botswana earlier this month when she inadvertently got up close and personal with a few of the park’s big cats. Lubbe was in her tent when two lionesses approached and started lic...
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By Stephanie Wu, May 25, 2016
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Stetinden Mountain in Oppland, a town in Southern Norway, is breathtaking from the ground. But from its peak, it is downright dizzying. A brave climber strapped a camera to his head as he made his ascent up the nearly vertical slopes of the mou...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
In recent years China seems to have begun addressing its urgent pollution problem in earnest. Cities like Shanghai are repurposing land for urban forests and building magnificent eco-friendly (well, friendlier) skyscrapers. And now, it appears,...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Have you ever dreamed of getting a paddleboard lesson from big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, or training alongside Olympic beach volleyball champion Gabriella Reece? Now, thanks to the luxury resort One&Only Pamilla in Los Cabos, Mexico—one of last ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Have you ever dreamed of getting a paddleboard lesson from big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, or training alongside Olympic beach volleyball champion Gabriella Reece? Now, thanks to the luxury resort One&Only Pamilla in Los Cabos, Mexico—one of last ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Have you ever dreamed of getting a paddleboard lesson from big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, or training alongside Olympic beach volleyball champion Gabriella Reece? Now, thanks to the luxury resort One&Only Pamilla in Los Cabos, Mexico—one of last ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Have you ever dreamed of getting a paddleboard lesson from big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, or training alongside Olympic beach volleyball champion Gabriella Reece? Now, thanks to the luxury resort One&Only Pamilla in Los Cabos, Mexico—one of last ...
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By Lindsey Olander, May 25, 2016
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
Train travel may seem antiquated, but a handful of new launches in Japan and France offer a new look at experiential art exhibits. Europe and Japan are still utilizing trains, transforming the  commuter experience to more scenic ways of traveling ...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 25, 2016
According to multiple sources, Americans are notorious for leaving a lot of paid vacation days on the table. In order to help people take advantage of their paid time-off, and to feel “happier [and] well rested,” Emirates is launching a pretty ama...
By Melanie Lieberman, May 25, 2016
According to multiple sources, Americans are notorious for leaving a lot of paid vacation days on the table. In order to help people take advantage of their paid time-off, and to feel “happier [and] well rested,” Emirates is launching a pretty ama...
By N/A, May 25, 2016
This story originally appeared on Money.com. The kids are out of school for the summer, and the only thing that rivals their restlessness is your own anxiety about planning a family getaway. Hitting the road with the whole crew isn’t easy—or ch...

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