Museums, shopping and shows were ways of making the most of midtown Manhattan in the aftermath of a winter superstorm.
A first-time “winter encampment” at the national battlefield in Fayette County shows the hardships soldiers of various eras faced.
A traveler is astonished to discover the clean, livable western Missouri city is home to great food, fine museums and more.
More dissatisfied or unruly airline passengers turning to social media rather than disrupting commercial flights.
If all the pages are stamped or have visas on them before your passport expires, tough luck. You’ll have to get a new one.
What currency to take to Cuba is just the first of many questions about visiting this country that’s not ready for prime-time travel.
How to get the best airfares. Hyatt hotels hacked in 2015.
U.S. theme parks are hiring more security and adding metal detectors in this new era of heightened concerns.
At the Hotel Donaldson in Fargo, art is just another amenity.
A new law being considered by Congress would void any contract that prohibits or penalizes customers who post unflattering reviews.
Flexibility and a backup plan are keys to coping with flight cancellations.
FTC chief calls for resort fee ban because there are more and more hidden charges.
It has become increasingly common to find yourself flying high with animals you might normally associate with a barn.
This Central Florida bedroom community offers a mix of culture, history and beauty best enjoyed at a slower pace.
Oh, waiter! Two beers, please, and a bowl of water for the hairy guy.
With the fastest Internet, this latest Royal Caribbean ship is a high-tech marvel.
One of the nation’s toughest passenger rights laws may actually increase passenger delays instead of reducing them
Fourteen percent of the California-based park will shut down permanently or temporarily.
Many of the things we do in airports and on planes are not amusing — here’s how we can change that.
Three families who traveled to Disney World last fall tracked their spending, reported it to the Orlando Sentinel and shared their thoughts.
Finding more time and money for travel is a common New Year’s goal.
Readers have plenty of questions about travel dilemmas and situations.
Extra fees are going up in hotel stays and who flies as an unaccompanied minor.
The U.S. Department of Transportation last month said it was looking at ways to ensure that disabled fliers have better access to bathrooms.
Sonoma County now has 400 wineries like Napa, but it offers a lot more diversity with fishing, dairy farms and redwoods.
A Pittsburgher completes his bucket list to raft on all continents with rivers by hitting the Zambezi at Victoria Falls in Africa.
The Center for Pet Safety tests pet car carriers and restraints.
What you need to know before you purchase car rental insurance.
It’s not easy to learn the most direct route to the Hollywood sign, but once found, the hike can be completed in 2 hours.
Nantucket charms go beyond its whaling history.
Bicycling tourists are older, wealthier, and in demand.
Star Wars Launch Bay finds fans quickly at Disney World in Orlando, Fla.
The concept of fitness on the road is in the midst of a revolution that reaches from stylish boutiques to the mega-chains.
Most national parks in the U.S. can be final resting place.
How does a flight from Palm Springs to San Francisco that took 55 minutes 10 years ago now take 90 minutes?
Ace Hotel Pittsburgh opens in East Liberty, ushering in a new focus for the neighborhood.
Here are some gifts to inspire their wanderlust.
South Africa’s Robben Island is now a beacon of hope and forgiveness.
Michael and Nancy Ferrell purchased a dude ranch because they love horses and to experience “a different life than Pittsburgh.”
High-speed and infrared cameras, drones and stabilizers are a few of the tools that helped harness captivating images in a new nature film.
Pennsylvania’s state capitol is a hidden gem in plain sight in a city building a reputation as a foodie and sightseeing destination.
A new exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a visual feast of works by artists familiar and new.
The ruby red berries, which have long been part of America’s food scene, bring color and flavor to the holiday table.
The 2016 Post-Gazette Critic's Choice theater tour heads to London March 6-13, when the daffodils and magnolias will be in bloom.
On Allegiant, you’ll be nailed with lots of extra charges, but the Pittsburgh-to-Sanford flight is still cheap and convenient.
Pittsburgh’s regional ski resorts make many tweaks for the 2015-16 season to keep guests coming back.
Most Pittsburgh and regional resorts raise lift ticket, rental and lesson prices by as much as $5 for the 2015-16 snowsports season.
Work begins on the Pennsylvania-owned Laurel Mountain Ski Area to prepare it for opening in fall 2016.
Tourist park will still have orcas, but in a more natural setting with a “conservation message inspiring people to act.”
A snow field in the Arizona desert, ice slides and a Dickens Christmas in Tennessee and Tacky Lights Tours in Richmond, Va., woo travelers.