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The cruise boom is continuing full steam ahead into 2019, with plenty of new ships -- piled high with innovations -- lined up to sail the seven seas.
More than 200 islands dot the waters around Abu Dhabi, offering everything from luxury safaris to quiet beaches. Here's what you need to know.
Whether you're choosing a place to dine while traveling or in your hometown, The Infatuation is the most useful online restaurant guide in the game.
When the organizing committee for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics released images of the Games' mascots, few people blinked an eye -- after all, mascots are standard fare for the Olympics.
2018 marks Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)'s 90th birthday -- and a lot's changed in nearly a century.
With forests filled with wildlife like nowhere on Earth, Madagascar's Masoala peninsula offers a remote luxury escape.
Though Korean pop music -- or K Pop -- has been making waves worldwide in recent years, it's not the only sound worth getting to know in South Korea.
As soon as the sun sets in Hanoi, Vietnam, there's only one place to be: the corner of Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen streets.
Want to see famous art like Michelangelo's "David" at Florence's Accademia museum? Line up with 10,000 other people -- or drop $42,000 on an exclusive tour.
Delhi seems like a colorful, cosmic swirl. India's capital and second-largest city is in constant motion -- whether it's with people and cultures or religions and history.
Steel projectiles, gunpowder and lots and lots of beer. It sounds like a recipe for disaster. But in fact they are the components needed to play Colombia's national sport: tejo.
Getting excited to eat your mother's roast turkey, your uncle's stuffing and your sister's famous green bean casserole?
Amid the farm houses and barns dotting the Mad River Valley area of rural Vermont, five miles north of Sugarbush ski resort, Marisa Mauro is making butter.
Travelers around the globe are one step closer to seeing a plane with its wings folded up being taxied to their gate.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has slowly started defying its name, losing four centimeters of its tilt over the past 17 years.
On a dusty, 3,600-foot-long airstrip in Rajasthan, India, a two-seater white Cessna 152 pivots into position. A few moments later, it's soaring over the empty desert into a cloudless blue sky.
The Laos Gibbon Experience's eight treehouses are among the tallest in the world, And the only way to access them is by zipline.
At a height of 30-40 meters above ground, these eight treehouses in the Laos jungle are the tallest in the world. The only way to access them is on one of the Gibbon Experience's zipline tours.
The Spanish city of Cadiz concocts plan to relocate 5,000 pigeons after complaints they are scaring away visitors
Some airlines are better than others at keeping their carbon footprint as minimal as possible. LATAM Airlines Brasil is ranked as the second most environmentally friendly, but which is first?
In keeping with a recent industry trend, Delta Air Lines is placing more restrictions on service and emotional support animals on its flights.
Divers swimming in the cold, murky waters of Monterey Bay, California, say they've spotted a mysterious fish that's a long way from home. It's called a barred knifejaw, and it's native to Japan, Korea and China.
Robert Ballard, the man who led the expedition to find the wreckage of the RMS Titanic, says it was all a front for a secret Cold War Navy mission to find wrecked nuclear submarines.