As pet travel becomes more common, the amenity bar gets higher, with doggie spas,“Rover Reiki,” gourmet menus, and psychic readings.
A balm for the skin and for Aruba was first planted more than 175 years ago, and continues today as one of the island’s leading exports.
The roughly 90-minute tours cost $40 and are offered select Fridays and Saturdays through May, and in September.
There’s some quirky metric measures, quirky currency names, quirky foods and more.
How do airlines sell the perfect number of tickets to guarantee a filled plane while minimizing the chances of unhappy, overbooked guests?
The airport is seeking to recruit multilingual volunteers to greet and help international travelers.
Local curator Jim Richardson donated his ancestor’s wing chair, epaulettes and red baby booties to the Museum of the American Revolution.
The new Museum of the American Revolution will open exactly 242 years after colonists fired on British soldiers in Concord, Mass.
Washington Post travel experts answer questions about what to bring, not to bring on cruises, beachy getaways, Charleston or Savannah?
Former Pittsburgher Hugh Beswick, CEO who helped start the 3-year-old museum, is an AIDS survivor who is pushing awareness, education.
Pittsburgh will be the first North American market to be served through Chinese tourism company Caissa Touristic, according to officials.
A survey by AAA shows 80 percent of Americans will take a driving vacation this summer, up 10 percent from last year.
New tracking technology helps travelers keep track of their bags through their smartphone and other methods.
Under the direction of a chef with Pittsburgh ties, Sweet Home Cafe in Washington, D.C., highlights diversity of food in the U.S.