5 Cozy Hotels Where Winter Is a Treat

From a luxurious cabin in the Catskills to a Victorian-era inn in the Scottish Highlands, here are a few places where you can curl up and watch the snow fall.

It’s Winter. Let’s Go to the Farmers’ Market!

In cities like Detroit and Philadelphia, markets have become year-round destinations, offering classes, crafts and music, as well as a surprising array of fresh produce.

Is It Safe to Travel to Mexico? Here’s What You Need to Know.

A spate of incidents, including protests among taxi drivers in Cancún and a stray bullet at an airport in Culiacán, has tourists asking the question.

On a Walking Safari in Zambia

On a walking safari in Zambia, a writer traded animal locator apps and spine-jostling game drives for a slow and sensuous experience in which the lore and nuances of the landscape came to the fore.

Chinese Travel Is Set to Return. The Question Is, When?

The country has dropped restrictions on overseas journeys for its citizens, but once-popular destinations are still waiting for the flood of vacationers to arrive.

You Don’t Go to Sun Valley to Party

The Idaho ski resort is a favorite of the rich and famous, but still maintains a down-home feel, with casual restaurants and little pampering.

Missing From Czech Spa Town Popular With Russians: Russians

Since the 18th century, Russians have flocked to the healing waters of Karlovy Vary. Now, the Czech government has barred them from visiting the country, and the town must reinvent itself.

Help! I Reserved a Rental Car, but There Was No Car for Me.

A reader’s reservation got her nowhere with Alamo (and Avis didn’t pull through either), raising the question of why rental companies have such a bad record of delivering the cars they promise.

Hong Kong To Give Away 500,000 Plane Tickets to Lure Tourists

The city’s reputation has been hammered by protests, a harsh security law and strict Covid measures. It hopes a giveaway of 500,000 plane tickets woos back tourists.

The Last Boeing 747 Leaves the Factory

The plane known as “Queen of the Skies” helped make air travel more affordable, but it has been supplanted by smaller, more efficient aircraft.