/
Close
Newsletters  | Mobile

RSS Feed Travel News

Los Angeles Museums Offering Free Admission This Saturday

Free Mueum Day

January 31 is the perfect day to get a dose of culture in Los Angeles, when the city is hosting the tenth annual Museums Free-For-All program. More than 20 museums will offer free general admission, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Craft Folk & Art Museum, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Read More

Why You’ll Take More Road Trips in 2015 (and Beyond)

201501-hd-ces-mercedes-smart-carjpg

Better mileage, zero- or low-emissions vehicles, and driverless cars—these three transportation trends add up to increased car travel in the coming months and years. That’s certainly the message that came through this month at the 2015 International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Read on for the most exciting takeaways.

Read More

Americans' Favorite Destinations, State by State

Map of US States' favorite domestic destinations

(View larger)

Where do Mainers spend their vacations? Massachusetts apparently. Hoosiers head to South Carolina, and Alaskans flock to Hawaii. HotelsCombined.com used its bookings data to shed light on Americans’ travel patterns, and while some of the results are expected (New Mexicans book hotels in neighboring Arizona the most), there are few surprises.

Read More

Relax: The World's First Water for Travelers

RELAX Skywater

Put down the Valium—there’s a new cure on the market for your in-flight fears. The first product by SkyWater, Relax, is calling itself the world’s first water designed specifically for aviophobia. Don’t roll your eyes just yet: the 2.5-ounce, carry-on friendly bottles are formulated to calm nerves and support your immune system with a proprietary mix of passion flower, valerian root, ginseng, and rose hips. New-agey as it sounds, this is a company with a sense of humor: the package promises to soothe symptoms of “Travel Suckiness” including crying babies, touchy-feely TSA agents, and Cell Phone Guy (their words, not ours). And the all-natural, science-backed formula doesn’t come with any side effects, unlike the anti-anxiety pills it aims to replace. But perhaps they wouldn't mind if we used it as a mixer for our baby plane bottle of vodka...

Relax is currently available exclusively at Amazon, where you can order packs of two or twelve.

ne_headshotjpgNikki Ekstein is an Assistant Editor at Travel + Leisure and part of the Trip Doctor news team. Find her on Twitter at @nikkiekstein

Photo courtesy of Amazon

Why We Have A Love/Hate Relationship With the New Google Translate

201501-hd-google-translatejpg

Google Translate has long been one of our favorite translation tools, but its new itineration, released last week, seems like something from the year 2025. Without even a data connection, the app can now convert text seen through your camera lens from one language to another, in real time, right before your eyes. Like magic. But it’s not the year 2025, and the technology shows. Here’s why we’re at once obsessed with, and disappointed by, the app’s ambitious move.

Read More

What To Expect On Regent Seven Seas' New Luxury Ship

201501-hd-regent-seven-seas-explorer-regent-suite-living-roomjpg

For their new $450 million ship, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is pulling out all the stops. The 750-passenger Seven Seas Explorer, which will begin sailing the Mediterranean in the summer of 2016, will have ten suite categories, the brand's highest space ratio, and a slew of enhancements.

Read More

Around the World With Zynga’s New Game

If you’ve never played Zynga’s mindlessly addicting games (Farmville, Words With Friends), chances are they’ve cluttered your Facebook feed. Now there’s reason to join the movement—the company’s latest release, Words On Tour, takes on a travel theme, while finding a middle ground between Hangman and Boggle.

Read More

Travel to Cuba: What You Need to Know

201501-hd-cuba-opens-to-american-tourismjpg

It’s happening, people. Travel to Cuba just got as little easier, thanks to a new set of regulations that take effect today and expand on President Obama’s recent policy changes.

The Department of Treasury dropped the amended regulations on the lap of tour operators and others with a stake in travel to Cuba yesterday morning. Just how quickly these changes can and will be implemented remains foggy—as do some of the particulars, which will likely be hashed out in the coming days and weeks. So watch this space.

Read More

New FAA Rule Goes Into Effect for Flying With Musical Instruments

201501-hd-flying-musical-instrumentsjpg

Last summer, classical trio renegades Time For Three visited T+L's offices for an impromptu concerto, telling us about their musical inspirations and travel challenges—among them, a fairly well-publicized run-in with a TSA agent hell bent on gate checking the group's vintage Stradivarius.

Read More

Time Inc. Launches "The Daily Cut" Video Destination



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.

Read More

Advertisement

Sign Up


Connect With Travel + Leisure
  • Travel+Leisure
  • Tablet
  • Available devices

Already a subscriber?
Get FREE ACCESS to the digital edition


Advertisement


Advertisement

Advertisement

Marketplace