Alta, the famed Utah ski resort, has long been known for resisting alteration. Now, its first luxury lodge is set to open, and not everyone is happy.
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Rustic shelters called bothies — more than 100 of which are scattered throughout England, Wales and Scotland — are an indispensable, if little-known, element of British hill culture.
This progressive country has long been off the radar for North Americans. But it has some of the best beaches in South America and discounts for foreign travelers.
For more and more people, learning about their genetic makeup is just the first step. The second is heading to the airport so they can explore their roots in person.
You can take them on the plane or rent them when you get to the slopes, but most people should think twice about shipping them ahead of time.
Why can’t we go skiing in Austria, like everybody else? the writer’s wife asked. Instead, they were in Kashmir, where the powder’s thick, the crowds are thin and the territory is, well, disputed.
Midcentury design tours, locavore meals and hikes in the countryside are among the many diversions for weekend visitors.
The present-day version of Chennai in South India dates back to only the 1600s, so a relatively youthful exuberance should not come as a surprise.
It may be hard to imagine liking an airline enough to buy its old silverware and service carts, but at a monthly sale, lovers of Delta Air Lines snap up decommissioned items.
In the East London neighborhood of Dalston, subterranean fashion shops, eclectic restaurants and a hopping indie music scene make for an unexpected slice of the city.
The remote Margaret River region has beauty, vineyards and an annual food and wine festival called the Gourmet Escape that is increasingly putting it on the map.
“I’m ready to embrace all the uncertainty that comes with an opportunity like this and see where it takes me.”
With much of the federal government closed because of the budget standoff, museums are shuttered, tour guides are unavailable and trash is piling up.
The city has attracted chains from Scandinavia, Australia and Italy with big plans.
A British family’s bad behavior was documented on social media and followed by local news outlets, alarming a country that has struggled with an influx of tourists.
Meet Hans-Jürgen Topf, the world’s top specialist for tour laundry, who has washed clothes for Madonna, Pink and Beyoncé, among others.
Airlines’ most valuable customers — the ones who fly and spend the most — get lots of perks. For everyone else, it has become more complicated to qualify.
It’s been a month since the first day of the government shutdown, but on Tuesday, Senate leaders reached a bipartisan deal that could reopen the government for a few weeks.
With its Baroque architecture and thriving textile scene, this former colonial capital is among Central America’s most beguiling destinations.
Rosarito, Mexico, is usually bustling with throngs of young Americans. But on a recent visit, the town south of Tijuana was desolate, with locals blaming turmoil at the border — and a migrant caravan.
Visitors to a Tasmanian island snuggle, chase and even pick up the fuzzy creatures for photos. Officials are asking them to pledge to respect the wildlife.
A Catholic association said that installing the statue in Segovia, Spain, would be “glorifying evil.” The artist says his work has nothing to do with religion.
On K Street, better known as home to the capital’s lobbyists, you can now wake up ‘woke” and in style.
Muslims now make up one of the fastest-growing segments of the global travel industry. In response, hotels and tour operators are increasingly trying to meet their dietary and religious needs.
The Olive Jar and Capitano represent different eras of dining in Melbourne’s Little Italy.
This traditional Greek wine, made with the addition of pine resin, has been roundly scorned. But a new breed of producers aims to change minds.
A growing movement at British cultural institutions shows collections in novel and sometimes radical ways, sharing stories that were previously largely untold.
Following the Japanese tradition, the chef creates a daily tasting menu and diners eat whatever they are served, here in 50- or 90-minute sittings.
Consumer confidence and falling interest rates are helping the capital city of Bogotá compete for international home buyers.