Each spring, opalescent icebergs from the Greenland ice sheet pass through Iceberg Alley, off the eastern edge of Canada, on a slow-motion journey southward.
Iceland Is a Magnet for Tourists. Its First Lady Has Some Advice for Them.
Eliza Reid, a former U.N. tourism ambassador and the wife of President Gudni Johannesson, welcomes her country’s many visitors, and has a few suggestions on safety, respect and how to meet locals.
Pottery Workshops Fill Up as People Travel to Connect Over Clay
Pottery workshops like those at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine are filling up with people who want to connect with others instead of screens.
A Journey Across London on the Elizabeth Line
The new rail line lets travelers leave the city’s tourist-clogged core and embark on fast, inexpensive journeys to fascinating outer-London destinations, from a bustling market town to a hub of South Asian culture.
In Tokyo, Skipping the Hot and New for Enduring Haunts
Using a guidebook published more than 20 years ago, a writer searches out the bars and restaurants that express the city’s traditional eating and drinking culture.
A Flight Attendant’s 12 Etiquette Rules for Summer Travel
Air travel is going to be busy this summer. With some common sense and courtesy, could flying be … pleasant?
How a Novelist Became an Innkeeper
“These days, my role as an innkeeper occupies me almost as much as fiction,” writes Joyce Maynard, who, during the pandemic, hired locals in a Guatemalan village to turn her writing retreat into a guesthouse.
To Find Europe’s Best Bike Routes, a Cycling Writer Asked the Crowd
The longtime sports journalist Claude Droussent discusses his new guidebook to cycling in Europe, which uses data from the fitness app Strava, and the growing role bicycles play in worldwide travel.
Buffalo Couple Who Sheltered Korean Travelers Reunite With Them in Seoul
Months after a South Korean tour group landed at their upstate New York doorstep during a snowstorm, the couple who hosted them received a heroes’ welcome in Seoul.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s San Juan, Puerto Rico
The multi-hyphenate writer and performer spent his childhood summers on the Caribbean Island and offers a non-tourist’s take on the U.S. territory and its capital.
It’s Not Your Imagination: First Class Is Getting Bigger
Aiming to boost revenue and cater to a rising number of passengers willing to pay for premium seats, airlines are reconfiguring cabins and flying larger planes.
Andrew McCarthy Wrote a Book About a Father-Son Pilgrimage. His Son Gets His Say.
Sam McCarthy accompanied his father on the Camino de Santiago and is featured in his father’s new memoir, but what did he think of it? The pair discuss their achievement.
Getting to the Heart of Mexico, One Chile at a Time
A human rights researcher in Ukraine, on break from her often grueling work, crisscrossed three Mexican states in search of the stories behind the spice.
Hotels Roll Out the Red Carpet for Pets
Doggy menus, plush beds, nose balm and pet sitting: As people increasingly travel with their four-legged friends, hotels are stepping up with more amenities.
Help! My Tour Got Canceled But Travel Insurance Won’t Pay
Destruction from Hurricane Ian led a tour operator to cancel a 10-day excursion to Cuba, leaving a woman with a useless $1,500 plane ticket. That’s what travel insurance is for, right? Our columnist dives into the red tape.
U.S. Ends Last Covid Travel Barrier, Vaccine Mandate for Foreign Arrivals
International travelers entering the country are no longer required to be vaccinated, removing the last of the restrictions on travel put in place beginning in 2020.
A Guide to Palm Springs and Coachella Valley Spas and Retreats
A new spa at the California resort city’s original — and only — hot spring, adds to a growing number of retreats in the Coachella Valley where you can soak the stress away.
Video Voyeur Hid Camera in Cruise Ship Bathroom, F.B.I. Says
The bureau arrested a passenger aboard the Harmony of the Seas for allegedly recording more than 150 passengers, including 40 minors, in a public bathroom.
Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts Are Increasingly Popular With High-End Travelers
Once seen as a value-for-money vacation, all-inclusive resorts are evolving to include high-end experiences, not just unlimited tropical drinks on the beach.
What to Know About Biden’s Compensation Plan for Flight Delays and Cancellations
If a proposed federal rule takes effect, airlines will have to pay passengers for meals, hotels, ground transportation and lost time if the disruption was caused by the carrier.