Water coursed back into Rome's Trevi Fountain for the first time in over a year on Tuesday as the city showed off the latest privately-funded restoration of its prized landmarks.
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Japan's peak time for stunning fall colors is just weeks away.
With the WHO saying that processed meat such as bacon, sausage and ham may cause cancer and unprocessed meat is "probably carcinogenic to humans," many people may now be debating whether to adopt a more veggie-inclusive diet. From a traveler's perspective, it's easier than ever to go meat-free.
One of America's most spine-tingling hotels wants to up the ante with an on-site horror museum.
If you're wanting to visit the world's cultural wonders without the crowds, here's a sample of places that can make it happen.
With up and coming hipster hoods popping up around the city, Singapore's veteran creative hub Arab Street continues to thrive, morphing into a calmer and cooler version of its once young and overly energetic self.
Across the nation, children eagerly await the last day of October for its Halloween costumes, decorations, parties and trick or treating. For Nevada children, the end of October also brings a day of no school to observe the state's Oct. 31, 1864, entry into the union as the 36th state.
It's been influencing global cuisine for centuries, but Peru's culinary scene is finally getting the attention it deserves. And for foodies, it's a destination worth checking out.
For one night only, home rental website Airbnb is offering two brave souls the chance to win a Halloween stay in the Paris Catacombs — the "world's largest grave."
Some places have been photographed more than others around the United States, and because of Instagram, it's easier to see the favorites.
Sure, the first things that come to mind when you think "island escape" are white sands and palm trees. Maybe a coconut with a straw in it. But for those willing to look beyond the tropics, there are plenty of worthy island getaways around the world that have yet to appear on the tourism radar.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you're more than likely familiar with the Big Apple's big-hitters. Central Park, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue, Lady Liberty - we could go on. But what about the lesser sung wonders of this fierce, fast-paced and fabulous metropolis?
While many people plan the majority of their trips during the summer when the kids are out of school, the fall is a great time to travel abroad. An expert gave tips on how to personalize a trip to Europe.
Malaysian photographer Fwukai Quah has wowed Vimeo users with a timelapse video of his home country showcasing a range of landscape across the 13 states of Malaysia.
Two new pop-up hotels constructed from sand in the Netherlands as part of the annual sand sculpture festivals in Sneek, Friesland and Oss, Brabant.
Behind its colonial-era facades, San Miguel de Allende hums with cultural activity: the town of about 80,000 people, barely three hours north of Mexico City, supports an estimated 120 fine art galleries and folk art museums.
With cobblestone streets and no traffic lights, San Miguel de Allende has the look of a sleepy Mexican town. But behind the colonial-era facades it hums with cultural activity
Clustered between Madagascar and the southeast coast of mainland Africa lies a secret paradise: the Comoros Islands. With its crystalline blue waters and white sand beaches, it is a true natural beauty that remains largely untouched by tourism.
Western showman "Buffalo Bill" Cody founded his namesake Wyoming town in 1896 to welcome visitors to Yellowstone National Park.
A sparkling sapphire among the scenic jewels of the National Park Service, Crater Lake is unlike any other natural wonder in the country.
Nevada's emerging wine industry is expanding into new areas, offering winery visitors different experiences and opportunities for agritourism.
With the United States and Cuba set to restore full diplomatic relations next week, many Americans rightfully wonder what‘s really changed as a result of America‘s new policy with the communist-run island nation.
You can walk the pier, purchase a snack and settle into a lounge chair with a good book.
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