The car-hailing services, battling for riders, will now offer customers points that can add up to free trips and other perks.
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Business owners, volunteer organizations and refugees welcome tourists who wish to help and enjoy themselves at the same time.
Predictable vacations are so, well, predictable. Here are five tips on how to increase your chances of unexpected encounters and surprising moments.
In a boost to Miami’s culinary scene, a city that had no food halls now has four and counting.
There’s a first time for everything. Our 52 Places columnist, who barely knows how to swim, tries her hand at scuba-diving and surfing in Fiji.
Whether it’s for religious, health, environmental, or personal reasons, vegetarian and vegan travel, dining, and shopping options are on the rise.
A monthlong visit to observatories in Chile, Hawaii and Los Angeles revealed spellbinding visions of the heavens.
America’s national parks are increasingly bearing the burden of climate change, as rising temperatures and new weather patterns create mega blazes. A report from the burn zone.
This popular passenger jet was recently involved in the Lion Air fatal crash. If you’re worried about flying one on your next trip, here is a quick guide to the plane and the airlines that fly it.
The cheeky-chic Hoxton, Williamsburg is outfitted for maximum Instagram opportunities.
A Prada suit “that doesn’t wrinkle,” doubled-sided tape and surgical masks to (temporarily) shroud his identity are among the things that the Emmy-winning “Drag Race” star takes with him on every trip.
Rebounding from decades of repression, Romania’s capital is brimming with Italian-style cafes, museums, parks and restaurants that celebrate the country’s rich cuisine.
The apps and strategies for singles, families and flexible travelers who want to beat the crowds to the slopes, and still not pay too much.
The coastal province of Valencia is cheaper and more manageable than Spain’s major metropolises, making it an appealing alternative for many home buyers.
Bunnings, a chain of hardware stores, upended tradition and suggested people put onions on the bottom and not the top of their sausages. Australians were not impressed.
Our new Travel editor, Amy Virshup, says she will be rebooting our travel journalism for the digital age. Send her your suggestions or ask a question here.
Facing competition from ride-sharing apps, companies like Avis and Budget are driving customers to their terminals so they don’t spend time in line.
The residents of Nazaré used to think the immense waves that broke against town’s cliffs were deadly to any who braved them. Today, those same waves have made the town a surfers’ mecca.
Beyond the umbrella-lined beaches and Art Deco architecture of South Beach, Miami is cementing its reputation as Florida’s cultural and culinary capital.
Motherless twins. A magical manatee. A group of acclaimed writers — all from or living in Florida — create an exquisite corpse through America’s weirdest state.
At Quetzal, a pair of married chefs create a fine-dining experience by using Mexican and local ingredients, and the occasional grasshopper.
Premium economy — offering more space than coach but at a lower fare than business class — is turning out to be popular among fliers and a huge moneymaker for the airlines.
Where to stay and what to see on this vibrant isle ringed with golden-sand beaches and pristine coral reefs.
In this fairy tale, written exclusively for T, the young narrator decides whether to let go of the past.
A renovation campaign in Beijing’s historic neighborhoods has left a tear in the fabric of urban life. Preservationists, and local residents, are ambivalent about the results.
Even if you don’t have much cash left over after your holiday shopping, some bargain offers may make a winter vacation affordable.