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by Anisha Shah Unspoiled, undeveloped, and untamed, Mozambique is fast-emerging on the international tourism circuit with its wild beauty and exotic influences. Some 1,500 miles of rugged, creamy coastline are met by world-class coral reefs, primed for swimming, snorkeling, and sunset sailing. Show More Summary
The sun-kissed town of Mérida has certainly joined the ranks of Mexico’s most desired destinations lately. The capital of the state of Yucatán, Mérida features Mayan culture, rustic architecture, a relaxed vibe, proximity to the white...Show More Summary
By Lorànt Deutsch, author of Metronome: A History of Paris from the Underground Up At the age of 15 I went to live in Paris, and took with me my love of its history. I knew almost no one; the names of the streets were my first companions. Show More Summary
There’s tons of advice out there about how to get the best deal on a cruise vacation. Should you book with a travel agent? Do you get a cheaper fare by calling the cruise line directly? What about packages from airlines or limited-time...Show More Summary
The best time to duck into a café for a cup of coffee during a New York winter is anytime during the winter—if not to escape snowstorms and howling winds, then from the plow truck-created snowdrifts that border the sidewalks and pool frozen ponds at pedestrian crosswalks. Show More Summary
Who doesn't love an inspiring travel quote? (As if we need any more reason to hit the road.) Like what you see here? There are plenty more travel quotes where this came from. Check us out on Pinterest. And tell us what you thought of this quote on Twitter or Facebook.
Cross over Tampa Bay to the peninsular home of St. Petersburg for more than 35 miles of white-sand beaches and an art-driven energy typically associated with much larger metropolitan areas. This central Florida Gulf coast city—where...Show More Summary
There’s something special about living near a city like Baltimore: When you want to escape, you can head to the port right off I-95, put your car in long-term parking, and board a ship in search of new experiences near and far. Though...Show More Summary
Hawaii's culinary landscape is more stunning than it has ever been, with a plethora of fresh, seasonal ingredients from local farmers and fishermen. The islands’ talented local chefs, mixed with a smattering of top toques from...Show More Summary
With rooms awash in bright, bold hues, The William debuted in New York City's Midtown East neighborhood earlier this month. Located near Bryant Park, the hotel sits on East 39th Street between Park and Madison Avenues. Designed in part...Show More Summary
Carnival Cruses is on a roll with its unique offers these days, likely part of the company’s image-rehabilition efforts following a series of snafus in 2013. It started in September 2013 when the line launched its Great Vacation Guarantee,...Show More Summary
It’s the basic tenet for those who enjoy eating local: the fewer the food miles, the tastier the ingredient. So instead of importing that tomato from Tuscany, why not head to Italy to eat it? Better yet, book a seat at the very site where they are grown. Show More Summary
Roughly one-third of the couples that get engaged every year do so during the holiday season, and now that it’s a new year, they’re actively planning their weddings. Many couples want to get married somewhere close to family or in the city where they met, but others want to exchange their vows in exciting locales around the world. Show More Summary
Ringed with aspens and firs and backed by the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe proposes a gorgeous escape into nature from several Californian cities (or Reno's casinos). With a variety of ski resorts, like local favorites Kirkwood...Show More Summary
With memories of holiday excess quickly fading, we spent this week getting hungry for food and wine vacations. If you’re looking to plan your next culinary adventure, we’ve got great suggestions for destinations that should be at the top of your list. Show More Summary
by Anisha Shah Shrouded in mystery and history, Ethiopia is an emerging hot spot that's just beginning to unveil its many treasures to international tourists. Look first to the capital, Addis Ababa, where tradition meets modernity, and the scale and speed of development in this fast-emerging African country is most evident. Show More Summary
This alpine lake resort, set within easy striking distance of several Californian cities, feels very much the winter wonderland. Here are some picks for bundling up in style.
Shrouded in mystery and history, Ethiopia is an emerging hot spot that's just beginning to unveil its many treasures to international tourists. Look first to the capital, Addis Ababa, where tradition meets modernity.
Tokyo and Kyoto offer more than enough to meet travelers many interests, whether you're hitting the road with your sweetie or with your family in tow, or are after a culinary adventure to remember.
Check out our picks for the six best places to stay in New Jersey for Super Bowl weekend, along with tips on how to get to the game from each spot.