The 52 Places Traveler faces a travel nightmare getting out of Brazil — and so rewrites the itinerary, spends 40-plus hours in transit and lands in the perfect place to recover: Mexico’s Costalegre.
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The Citroën 2CV seemed like the perfect car for a road trip through the Cévennes region. And in its own slow, cranky way, it was.
The allure of this storied seaside city — the Baroque excess, the indulgent cuisine, the mesmerizing fugue state of it all — now beckons as it did in the city’s Grand Tour days.
A growing number of theme parks, hotels and special attractions are introducing autism training and sensory guides.
For the trans-rights activist and producer of the FX show, “Pose,” must-have travel items include magazines, a sleep mask and bikinis for every day of the week.
Mountains, culture, beach. You can have them all. So plot an escape from the city, and then return that night.
With “Misty of Chincoteague,” Marguerite Henry launched the horse-mad dreams of millions of readers. One finally went to Pony Penning on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr plan an update, but will keep the name, some favorites and the mainstay’s personal touch.
Bon Gout BBQ, in Miami, continues a culinary tradition and taps into the experience of Haitians in America.
The budget airline had ordered 58 of the troubled aircraft, but it now expects to take delivery of 30 at most.
Little Wayla, from the owners of Wayla, serves favorites like massaman curry and chicken larb.
Travelers with heart conditions, diabetes and epilepsy can check on themselves — even report to their doctors — with new devices and apps.
Five friends jumped on bikes for a 100-mile trip from Bosnia to Croatia. The ride was challenging, and they laughed off the surprises.
It takes a crew of eight to maintain the 500 acres at Storm King Art Center, where art lives in the landscape.
“Saint Jerome Praying in the Wilderness” at the Met Museum is a masterpiece in progress from a perfectionist who hated to say “done.”
Six foreigners were said to be among the dead after intense wind and rain hit the Halkidiki region. More than 100 others were injured, officials said.
The Schloss Leopoldskron, the Salzburg Festival’s birthplace, is home to the Salzburg Global Seminar, a nonprofit that tackles challenging topics.
As demand and prices continue to rise in the country’s growing cities, they continue to fall in rural areas.
The first hotel from the luxury fitness brand has plenty of opportunities to work out, but the company says it really wants you to sleep.
The first hotel from the luxury fitness company is scheduled to open July 15.
High-end camping has already gone big worldwide. Here’s the latest about new sites opening across the globe.
Beach books are the cool aunts of the literary world: They drive with the top down and take you to new places. They’re memorable, challenging, warm and wise.