Travel Blog

Berkshire Hathaway Launches Affordable, Fixed-Rate Travel Insurance
Berkshire Hathaway is shaking up the travel insurance industry with the launch of AirCare, which offers an inexpensive, fixed-rate plan covering delays, tar... Read More
For the Love of Pasta
Spaghetti, tortellini, gnochetti, fusilli—they tell the story of Italy. I learned my pasta basics decades ago from an old woman named Filomena. Learned t... Read More
Three New Ways to Cruise the Mediterranean
  Three buzz-worthy new cruises from Oceania, Celebrity, and Princess are plying the Mediterranean. But which one is right for you? Read on for the ... Read More
Beijing Fast Forwards to the Future
The headlong rush of Beijing’s booming scene, as seen by T+L—old-school restaurants, futuristic architecture, Internet entrepreneurs, and over-the-top nig... Read More
Plan a Last-Minute Memorial Day Getaway
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy More than 36 million Americans will hit the road Memorial Day weekend, acco... Read More
A Road Trip Through Chile's San Antonio Valley
The best way to explore Chile? On a road trip from Santiago to the port city of Valpraiso. Here are the essential stops. Santiago Bocanáriz: With more t... Read More
Neighborhood Guide to Istanbul
Where to go now—neighborhood by neighborhood in Istanbul. On my first visit to Istanbul, in the mid 1980’s, donkey carts still trundled across the iron G... Read More
The World’s Tallest Water Slide Opens May 23
  If you’re afraid of heights, you might want to skip your next visit to the Schlitterbarn Water Park in Kansas City, where the world’s tallest waterslide ... Read More
Exposing Hidden Airfare Fees
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Another victory for passenger rights is in the works. The DOT is planning t... Read More
SBE Group to Launch New Brand, SLS Lux
Famous for its design-focused properties, the SBE hotel group has been expanding quickly, with the recent launch of The Redbury South Beach (a T+L 2014 It L... Read More
Catalonia Dreaming
Medieval villages, cliff-side beaches, freshly caught fish, and rich flavors—T+L gets lost in Catalonia’s rugged countryside along Spain's northeastern co... Read More
Painting from Donna Tartt's "Goldfinch" Returns to the Hague
Fresh from touring exhibitions in Japan, the United States, and Italy—and a starring role in Donna Tartt’s best-selling novel—Carel Fabritius’s Goldfinch ... Read More
National 9/11 Memorial Museum Opens Today
The National 9/11 Memorial Museum, located in lower Manhattan, on the site of the World Trade Center, opens to the public today, Wednesday, May 21. Except ... Read More
How Many People Will Travel for Memorial Day?
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Watch T+L's own Mark Orwoll quiz Today Show fans fans on the the number of ... Read More
Glyndebourne Festival Celebrates its 80th Anniversary
Back in the 1930’s, John Christie—a wealthy English music lover—married a Canadian soprano, built a small theater in the gardens of his 16th-century count... Read More
Harlem Eat Up! Festival to launch in NYC May 2015
With all the notable restaurants opening in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood—Red Rooster and the Cecil, to name just two—it’s fast becoming a local foodi... Read More
Galway, Ireland Untamed
On a journey to the rugged coast of Galway, Ireland, T+L finds small towns and quiet pubs, raucous musicians, and no shortage of Irish resilience and prid... Read More
Hangzhou's Modern Marco Polo
What would the modern-day Marco Polo look like? After a global search on Facebook, which included 26,000 applications, 26-year-old Liam Bates is the success... Read More
Memorial Day Weekend Getaways
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy 5 last-minute ideas for your holiday weekend. Lake Champlain, VT—Basin H... Read More
T+L's Favorite Hotels for Bike Month
It's Bike Month, and hotels are getting in on the action. Here, a few of our favorite two-wheeler programs at properties around North America: All that s... Read More