It's no secret that the small screen is making big waves. Today marks the launch of The Daily Cut, the web’s newest destination for video content from some of the top names in news, entertainment, food, fashion, sports, travel, and more.
The new initiative from Time Inc. (T+L’s parent company) is a one-stop on-demand source for the latest video content from People, Sports Illustrated, Time, InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, and our own Travel + Leisure.
T+L's 50 Best Places to Visit in 2015 details some of the newest and most exciting adventures to add to your bucket list this year. T+L's own Jacqui Gifford joined MSNBC’s The Cycle to discuss the top spots and trips for travelers looking to escape in the coming months.
If a tree falls in the woods and no one’s there to Instagram it, did the tree really fall?
Throughout 2014, T+L’s fans have transported us into their favorite travel moments with hashtag campaigns such as #TLPicks, #TLTransportMe, and #howiholiday. Before you make it your New Year’s resolution to travel more in 2015, toast this past year by sharing videos and photos of your favorite getaways.
Airport vigilantes have lately been calling out rude conduct on social media—from bare feet and nose-picking (#PassengerShaming) to too-big bags (#CarryonShame). But there’s more boorish behavior in search of a hashtag. Travel vulgarians, we’re talking to you.
#PosePoseur Eiffel Tower, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu: do you have to do a tree pose in front of every famous monument you see?
Who doesn't love a great travel offer? Here, a few Cyber Monday deals to keep the travel spirit alive through the holidays and into 2015.
The Westin New York at Times Square: The deal: Up to 20% off with rates starting from just $199 per night (based on availability and excluding taxes) Available:until 12/7/14 Valid for stays through Feb. 1, 2015 For reservations, click here.
The holiday season is upon us! Share how you're celebrating this month by posting photos on Instagram and including the hashtag, #howiholiday. You'll have a chance to be featured by T+L, Food & Wine, and other sister brands.
Every business traveler knows the routine: land at the airport, get into a rental car and spend the night at the same sort of hotel room you’ve walked into a thousand times before.
But what if a business trip could be as unique and personal to you as your friends, your hobbies, your family—and everything else in your life? Will the future bring us personalized hotel room amenities, or a choice of rental car catered to the customer's lifestyle, whether eco-friendly or luxurious?
In other words, can your business trip reflect who you are a person?