Deauville, on France’s North Atlantic coast, was once a favorite summer retreat for wealthy Parisians. Now everyone goes.
Legume’s chef visits Eastern Europe and Russia to bring back ideas for Dacha, a restaurant he hopes to open in Pittsburgh.
Greek antiquities crafted during the Hellenistic period shine at the Getty museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit moves to D.C. in December.
Dig at Lake George Battlefield Park, in the southern Adirondacks, uncovers fort's stone walls.
Travel questions answered by experts.
The Old Sacramento Underground Tours, started by city historian Marcia Eymann, offers a family-friendly history tour, and an adult tour.
“The BEACH” exhibit at the National Building Museum’s Grand Hall features neither sand nor sea.
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Safety remains the top priority when the schools are setting up study abroad programs.
All aboard! Pennsylvania’s Strasburg may be the American center of the railroad buff’s universe.
There are many opportunities in Pennsylvania and across the U.S. to sleep in a train car.
A call for crackdown on airline rebooking fees.
Finding the cheapest airfares takes some digging.
Tourism officials fear that if the U.S. allows free travel to Cuba, it will result in a loss of visitors to the region’s other countries.
The California city that houses Disneyland wants to show there’s more for tourists to do there than snap a selfie with Mickey Mouse.
Zombies are on deck for upcoming themed cruises leaving ports in Florida next year.
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The average domestic airfare for the September-through-November period is forecast to be $248, or 3.6 percent cheaper than in fall 2014.
Ten hours in Istanbul to sample the cultures of Europe and Asia and a mix of ancient culture and modern rhythms.
During the height of tourism, the Canadian town rolls out a red carpet of friendliness for visitors.
Consumers say they’re willing to pay even more fees in coming years for special services when they fly.
California’s central coast celebrates the state’s natural beauty, quirkiness.
Last week’s flurry of national media attention on the city’s charms has become the new normal.
For three years Eric Kobal led tours at Fallingwater, but last fall he began a very special project as a landscape volunteer.
New indoor roller coaster at Hersheypark goes for laughs and family-friendly thrills.
Mighty Zion National Park in Utah, envelops visitors in natural wonder.
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad’s locomotive 734 chugs out its “farewell tour” this season.
A house occupied once by one of the most famous actors in Hollywood sits unsold for years in a Tucson, Ariz., neighborhood.
The Federal Trade Commission finds that hotel resort fees do not need to be wrapped in advertised nightly room rate.
There are so many year-round activities in the snow-sport mecca of British Columbia that more people are visiting in summer than winter.
The Southwest offers many opportunities to explore the mysteries of the ancient Pueblo people.
A variety of sights in Memphis and surrounding attractions in West Tennessee offer an escape in music, arts and history.
How to get a passport quickly and get the best rates for a rental car.
Starting your multi-segment trip on one airline doesn’t mean it’s operating all the carriers you ride -- so be alert to your rights.
Gowns, shoes, handbags and more from her early Gibson Girl days to the late 1960s are showcased at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens.
Stories and camaraderie abound on the pilgrimage routes that lead to Spain’s hilltop Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
How to take amazing travel photos? Slow down!
At Airbnb, growth brings scrutiny, regulation as the company explores going public.
When you’re talking size, you need to know if you’re looking at a Ferris wheel or a giant observation wheel.
How to get the best photographs in your travels -- less is more.
But the Wheel of Lights Ferris wheel is a lot flashier than the George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr.’s 1893 version.
A gathering in the Allegheny National Forest Saturday looks for many varieties of Pennsylvania’s state insect.
Die-hard Disney fans’ demand for souvenirs keeps merchandising machine humming.
Airlines have tried everything to force fliers to book directly with their websites instead of online travel agencies and fare aggregators.
Only 14 percent of summer travelers and roughly 6 percent of winter travelers to Iceland visit the Westfjords.
It’s time to go outside and play in Ohio State parks, which are within easy driving distance of Pittsburgh.
A roundup of state parks in northeast Ohio.
Southeast Ohio includes the Buckeye State’s largest state park that spans more than 17,000 acres.
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It's not you, it's us: Getting dumped for other bookings that offer higher rates is becoming more and more common.