From the World Heritage inscription: Vicenza represents a unique artistic achievement in the many architectural contributions from Andrea Palladio integrated within its historic fabric and creating its overall character. Through itsShow More Summary
Great Victoran Bike Ride We've noted before just how popular cycling holidays have become in recent years as active and adventurous travelers look for new ways to explore their favorite destinations. Few of those holidays can rival Australia's...Show More Summary
For a big family vacation, Condé Nast Traveler fashion assistant Mara Balagatas recommends renting a big beach house on the Jersey Shore. Her family heads to Avalon, N.J. each summer.
Passengers are increasingly relying on their tablets for entertainment and work on flights.
“Stars are not a secure way to find the perfect hotel.” After reading this sentence in an American novel, uttered by a famous globetrotter, a smart travel agent would realise that the success of a good trip is the experience you have, and that stars are no longer a secure system to sleep in a [...]Show More Summary
There’s a persistent myth that the best time to book an award ticket is instantly when an airline’s schedule opens — and that the time is 12:01am exactly 330 days prior to travel. But this isn’t quite right on two levels. Different airlines publish their schedules at different times Different airlines load award seats at [...]Show More Summary
A great selection of high-tech items are available that are sure to satisfy any dad this Father’s Day. From an all-in-one analog audio system to stylish audiophile-grade headphones to top-of-the-line TVs, here are some of the hottest...Show More Summary
Utrecht is sometimes called Holland's mini-Amsterdam. But the small Dutch city has an attitude all its own.
Tire sandals are a footwear staple in Ethiopia because of the durable, recycled rubber soles. But they've also become a popular souvenir for tourists. Our Middle East correspondent Susan Hack explains.
London's best whisky lies behind a secret door in Soho: the Soho Whisky Club. It keeps stock of hundreds of types of whisky and Scotch, including many extremely rare single malts. Here's how to find the place.
Ireland's go-as-you-please attitude makes it perfect for a family vacation with two or even three generations says Condé Nast Traveler deputy editor Kevin Doyle.
Abu Dhabi’s Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort—the setting for the Condé Nast Traveler June cover—provides luxury accommodations, plus the chance to ride camels, take desert walks, or hang by the pool.
I thought this photo showed some of the best and worst of Santorini. It is a very beautiful island as this view of the main city of Fira shows. But… that volcano [...] The post View and Volcano – Santorini, Greece – Daily Photo appeared first on Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast.
By Robert Niles: ORLANDO -- I'm in Central Florida this week, mostly cover the opening of Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin at SeaWorld, but I'll be stopping by Walt Disney World during my visit as well (and maybe Universal Orlando -- see below). Show More Summary
For a long time American has had a generous unpublished policy whereby you get a “soft landing” of elite status if you don’t requalify for status. Through these soft landings you could never drop more than one elite tier per year. In other words, if you’re Executive Platinum and don’t do any flying, you’d still [...]Show More Summary
As Apple CEO Tim Cook deftly parried attacks on his company for avoiding paying billions in taxes before Congress Tuesday, we could be forgiven for heaving a collective sigh, part resignation and part resentment. Of course the big fish get away with tax shenanigans that the rest of us don’t. Show More Summary
Just before he died, Steve Jobs told his biographer Walter Isaacson about his dream for revolutionizing television. His fantasy device would control all the many doodads that crowd your living room—DVRs, game consoles, Blu-ray players—and would connect to the vast world of entertainment available online. Show More Summary
I debated. Bali is a long way to travel from Los Angeles for just a week, I had never been to Asia, the flight would be the longest I’d ever taken and I didn’t have any extra time off work for further exploration. But a quick trip was better than none, and I was looking forward to a dedicated week of daily yoga, eating healthy and relaxation...
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jrodmanjr, Flickr After a protracted, freezing and rainy spring, summer finally hit Shanghai a few weeks ago. Prior to the sun breaching the clouds (if not always the smog), the streets were full of the poncho-wearing cyclists like the two in this shot by Flickr user jrodmanjr. Show More Summary