Travel Blog

Can’t Travel This Month? Bring the Destination to You
Who says there’s not life after travel? Jim Sherman, founder and former CEO of ShermansTravel, is into a new business—a gift box of the month club called ... Read More
Sherpas Call Off Mount Everest Climbing Season
Nepal’s Sherpa community has announced it's pulling the plug on Mount Everest's climbing season in the wake of an avalanche that claimed 16 lives. The new... Read More
Daily Transporter: Montana
Luxury guest ranch Resort at Paws Up and the National Cowgirl Museum co-host an annual spring weekend for Calamity Jane wannabes (with lots of banknotes i... Read More
Hack My Trip's Hotel Loyalty Comparison Charts
You could spend an entire month doing nothing but comparing hotel loyalty programs and still not be sure you know which is best—but that’s why it never hu... Read More
Classic Biarritz Beach Vacation
Biarritz is the classic European beach vacation, newly reinvented as a laid-back, surfer-bohemian hot spot. I met a lot of people from Paris in Biarritz,... Read More
New Discovery App Superb Takes the E-Dating Model Into Tourism
Dating apps like Tinder are meant to be fun, addictive, and packed with discovery—so why hasn’t anyone adapted the model for social purposes outside the l... Read More
Daily Transporter: Shakespeare's Birthday
O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in't! — William Shakespeare, born 4... Read More
Four Seasons to Launch Private Jet
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a… flying hotel? Come February 2015, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will extend its hospitality into the skies and launch... Read More
T+L Travels to the 2014 Boston Marathon
// T+L's Peter Schlesinger reports from Boylston Street, in Boston, along the route of the annual marathon. The Patriots' Day event had special m... Read More
Top Facebook Check-Ins for Earth Day
Untamed mountains, green forests, pristine lakes, and wide-open spaces. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than at a U.S. national park? Facebook agre... Read More
Eco-Luxe Vacation Ideas In Honor of Earth Day
As an editor of Travel + Leisure’s Global Vision Awards, I’m always on the lookout for travel companies that can raise the bar for both sustainability and... Read More
Disney's 'It's a Small World' is 50 Years Old Today
Fifty years ago today the New York World’s Fair opened its doors to the public along with one of the featured attractions, Walt Disney’s “it’s a small wor... Read More
Dutch Debut World’s First Glow-in-the-Dark Highway
Earth Day News: Just outside the Dutch city of Oss is a 500-meter stretch of highway that glows in the dark. Like a set from a sci-fi film, the photo-lumi... Read More
Daily Transporter: Chicago
Wrigley Field will celebrate its 100th anniversary on April 23. The 2014 Cubs will wear replica 1914 Chicago Federals jerseys and—good sports!—the Arizona... Read More
Stowaway Survived In Plane’s Wheel Well on Flight to Hawaii
// Yesterday, Hawaiian Airlines Flight 45 carried an extra passenger in the plane’s wheel well. But it wasn’t until the flight landed in Maui th... Read More
Five Secrets About "Queen of the Night" Revealed
    If you're planning a trip to NYC, you may have already heard about the city's hot ticket of the moment: Queen of the Night. A follow up to Sleep No ... Read More
Soak up the "Sun" on the World's Biggest Indoor Beach
Outside of Miami and L.A., there are few places in the world where fake is better than real. Germany's Tropical Islands Resort, the planets's largest indo... Read More
Affordable Europe Twitter Chat on Tuesday, April 22
From the beaches of Biarritz to Italian hotels and Istanbul’s Old City, our May Europe Issue will boost your desire to explore new corners. We’re discussing... Read More
London Hot Spot: Chiltern Firehouse
The crab donuts at the Chiltern Firehouse in Londonare already the stuff of legend. Just two months old, hotelier Andre Balazs's first venture outside of ... Read More
Daily Transporter: New Orleans
Book your flight and designate some shoes to sacrifice to the mud gods: the schedule for this year’s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (April 25-Ma... Read More