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St. Tropez is more than a jet-set destination on the French Riviera. It’s a sensory experience that takes much than a day to appreciate.
The enduring film, released 20 years ago, was shot in the majestic former prison in Mansfield, and is helping to spark restoration efforts
Yes, you really can go camping in Brooklyn, New York, at Floyd Bennett Field, a former airport.
First, it was discovered on home video. Then Ted Turner’s TNT network and others picked up “Shawshank” and ran with it like a football.
Millennials love to travel, and cruise lines are working to appeal to them.
Mark Oddo of East Liberty is kayaking down the rivers to Mobile, Ala.
Put-in-Bay is billed as family friendly, but I’d steer clear of bringing kids on the weekends.
In a GPS world, maps still have a place, experts say.
Study confirms airlines can charge some passengers twice as much as others; TSA PreCheck lines popular.
The site of the Cer battle of World War I is sacred ground in Serbia, but it is little known and rarely visited by foreigners.
Put-in-Bay is a 195-mile drive from Pittsburgh.
All major airlines fly from major U.S. cities to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
West Virginia Mountain Rail Adventures offers scenic, unique and tasty train rides from Elkins and Durbin.
The Warfield House Bed and Breakfast is a perfect choice for a stay in Elkins, West Virginia.
What you need to know if you’re on board West Virginia Mountain Rail Adventures.
Copenhagen, Berlin, Dresden, Leipzig and Hamburg offer rich classical music scenes.
TSA Administrator John Pistole has heard all the criticism of his agency, which screens more than 630 million fliers a year.
Christian Barter has spent the past 15 years researching, cataloging and rebuilding century-old trails in the park.
If last-minute hotel booking apps make you think of impetuous travelers on a budget, think again.
Inspiration lurks in the hallways of the Charlotte Hotel and Restaurant, ready to throw good vibrations at any passer-by.
These are questions from readers that were answered by travel experts at the Washington Post.
Riding the rapids down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon offers days of thrills and chills.
I knew Eleanor Roosevelt had a busy life. I thought that was all I needed to know.
Several Pittsburgh businesses are part of “Bon Appetit Appalachia.”
Madrid offers old Castilian architecture and traditions with a modern twist, enjoyed best with a side of paella and a pitcher of sangria.
The Gorges du Verdon, near Provence, has outdoor challenges for all experience levels.
On-time performance of Southwest Airlines, the nation’s largest domestic carrier has deteriorated over the past year,
The Homestead in Hot Springs, Va., established in 1766, has refreshed guests since before the Revolutionary War.
Our quest was emblazoned on the T-shirts we were given before we left for Alaska: “8 men, 4 highways, 5 days, 865 miles.” On motorcycles.
BALTIMORE -- The pierogi at Sophia’s Place sure are yummy. As good as my mother ever made. And the golabki? Mmm-mm
The so-called Sept. 11 security fee that was intended to fund the Transportation Security Administration is about to increase.
Proper planning and creative thinking are the key to packing, experts say.
Pilsen, which has for years welcomed Mexican residents, is experiencing the effects of gentrification.
Santa Claus is always in residence at Colorado’s North Pole: Home of Santa’s Workshop, a children’s amusement park at the base of Pike’s
Those three are just a taste of this year’s 12-play festival.
Couples take wedding vows to another level in Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.
Information: Lake of the Ozarks: wwwFunLake.com.
Starting Friday, a new tour eats its way from Market Square to the Strip and back.
Find out who these so-called ambassadors are, the ones selling our city and presenting the information that shape the views of visitors.
An emerging system portends sweeping change in our lives, from riding taxis to renting rooms and still more.
Running tours give residents and tourists alike a different vantage point to see Pittsburgh sights.
Local tour guide fits the bill as a part-time wise quacker.
Louise Sturgess' love of Pittsburgh history shines during her walking tours given to the public.
When cab driver Earl Farrell picks up a fare, part of the journey can include a history of the city.
Jamie Blatter, a former flight attendant turned Realtor, is now at home guiding visitors through Pittsburgh’s Clayton.
Two North Side siblings lead Segway tours along the city‘s sidewalks to show people from around the world all their hometown has to offer.
Darryl Cann isn’t a tour guide, although he often acts like one.
PNC Park’s popular hot dog vendor delights the Pittsburgh crowds with his dance moves.
Melissa Balkovec of ‘Burgh Bits and Bites Tour is an ambassador for Pittsburgh natives and tourists alike.
Being a successful guide for Haunted Pittsburgh takes more than an eerie voice, ominous grin and black attire.