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Countries around the world can vary greatly when it comes to their tipping practices.While most Western nations expect you to tip, tipping may not be... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. Their passports are full of stamps, their frequent flier miles are at record highs and they have the art... Read More

As an active, young(ish), solo female traveler, I’ll admit: Cruises were never high on my list of things to do. In my mind, that form of travel was for... Read More

While many American prisons are trying to navigate overcrowding, prisons in the Netherlands are so empty, people are coming up with creative new plans... Read More

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is opening its first property in Europe on Monday in Amsterdam’s busy Palace Quarter neighborhood in the city... Read More

Get ready to spend the summer abroad. There are flights to major cities all across Europe on sale for as little as $304 round-trip.Scott’s Cheap... Read More

When you tell fellow travelers you’re flying with Ryanair, most do not react with envy. However, one of the low-cost carrier’s pilots is changing minds... Read More

If you’re already planning to take a trip to Europe this summer, you may want to stop and rethink how you’ll get there.Icelandair announced Thursday it... Read More

Sick of these April showers? Instead of waiting for the sun — or those promised summer flowers — take a trip to Europe to see the famous tulip... Read More

There are plenty of out-there hotel experiences, but chances are you've never spent the night in a luxury suite suspended four stories in the air... Read More

Known for its pulsing student nightlife and alternative vibe, Rotterdam—which was named one of Travel + Leisure's Best Places to Travel in 2017—is... Read More

Thanks to airlines that offer free stopovers, you can explore two cities for the price of one.Instead of having customers wait for connecting flights at... Read More

No one was injured when a Flybe plane crash landed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam on Thursday afternoon, although the video footage of the incident is... Read More

Parents and safety experts alike have long admonished the dangers of talking and texting, driving and texting, and texting instead of paying... Read More

Primates: they're just like us.At least, a female orangutan at a Dutch zoo is about to have plenty in common with the modern lovelorn... Read More

Mellow Yellow, which opened in 1967, and 27 other cannabis cafes in Amsterdam closed on Sunday due to a new law that prohibits the shops within 820... Read More

For some, the idea of living in a home carved into the edge of a cliff is exciting. For others, it’s terrifying. For architect Laertis Vassiliou, it’s... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com.A British art historian says the bed featured in Vincent van Gogh’s famous 1888 painting The Bedroom... Read More

A new study by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy found that Paris is city most accessible via public transit... Read More

Before there were rolling, prairie-inspired vacation homes or teeny, tiny house-hotels, there was the “Futuro House.”In the late 1960s and early 1970s,... Read More

Whether at the Louvre or the Prado, travelers visiting foreign cities flock to museums to see some of the world’s most renowned works of art.Some of... Read More

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will begin serving beer on tap at 35,000 feet next month.After years of development and experimentation with high altitudes and... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com Amsterdam has a reputation as an “anything goes” sort of city. But now, that free-for-all no longer includes... Read More

Amsterdam Get 33 percent off from INK Hotel Amsterdam - MGallery Collection, which boasts 149 bohemian-chic rooms in the former office of a... Read More

San Francisco-based travelers, rejoice! Today, The Airfare Spot found five amazingly low fare deals to destinations across Europe. All of the trips... Read More

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