U.S. Travel Guide

Articles about U.S.

By Lindsey Olander
It’s been deemed the most exciting two minutes in sports. On May 2, 20 three-year-old thoroughbreds will streak their way around the Churchill Downs racetrack in the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby, in a bid to capture the first leg of the elu...
By Erika Owen
Travel Pulse reports that Portland International Airport is now using a herd of landscaping goats to remove (read: graze on) invasive plant life—blackberries, thistle, and Scotch broom—from the airport’s grounds. What’s more, to protect the goa...
By Nate Storey
The Rainbow Room made its glamorous return to Manhattan last October, opening in a reimagined space after a five-year hiatus and ushering in a new era of skyward fine dining 800 feet above Rockefeller Center. The new iteration feels of-the-moment:...
By Katrina Brown Hunt

Travel+Leisure readers ranked American cities by their ability to captivate. 

By Jenny Adams

Vertical gardens? Personal infinity pools? Don’t judge these hotels by their diminutive footprints.


By Erika Owen
Tourists will soon have the opportunity to explore a section of New York’s Howe Caverns that has been shut off to the public since 1900. Starting May 3, the 2.5-hour Signature Rock Discover Tour will guide adventurous visitors through the same pas...

Hotels in U.S.

The Venetian, on the Las Vegas Strip, isn’t the only place where Italy is re-created in Nevada’s Mojave Desert. Consider Ravella, a sprawling, 349-room resort on the shores of Lake Las Vegas, just 17 miles east of Sin City.

Restaurants in U.S.

This hole in the wall is a surfside institution. Settle in the paraphilia-filled dining room for special events like bingo night, or order your burger and crab stuffed jalapenos to go and set up a picnic on the beach just down the block.