The haunting Nevada desert, featured in this year’s Oscar-winning film, draws travelers in search of hot springs, ghost towns and off-the-grid adventurers.
How to have a real vacation in a single afternoon? Purchase day-pass access to one of these hotel pools, from Nashville to Beverly Hills.
These hiking trails on the Italian Riviera—newly reopened to foreign visitors—are designed to let you tune into both natural and man-made sounds, experiencing the Mediterranean as never before.
A chef, a florist, a perfumer and other notable noses recall the aromas of favorite vacation spots they can’t wait to inhale again
Expect more annoyances, like longer airport security lines and reduced hotel services, as more U.S. travelers ramp up to hit the road.
The most bragworthy hotel in Europe is set to open at Versailles in June. That’s just one reason why this favorite day-trip destination deserves a longer stay.
Want to simultaneously book a much-needed escape and finally see your extended clan? Family-reunion vacations are taking off. Here’s how to max out together-time, plus nine resorts that welcome big broods.
The 49th State is a hot ticket this summer, but it’s not easy to plan a trip there. A brief guide for rookies, from high-flying adventures to low-stress sightseeing.
A few of our favorite driving vacations in the U.S., meticulously planned from beginning to end.
A guide to traveling to Europe this summer: The latest entry requirements, which countries have reopened their borders and where you might face Covid-mandated curfews.
The fabled eatery Gage & Tollner reclaims its luster thanks to three New York restaurateurs.
The numbers show that airlines have started on the road to recovery, especially when it comes to domestic leisure travel.
A whole new set of hurdles make planning a summer vacation a mind-boggling challenge this year. Here, expert advice on avoiding pitfalls, finding bargains and seeking out uncrowded destinations in U.S. and Europe.
This three-day drive through Colorado combines traffic-stopping vistas, wildflower meadows, arty small towns and a peach of a last leg.
Food writer Alexander Lobrano first visited Europe in the 1970s on a summer vacation with his mother. She wanted him to learn about the Roman Empire. He wanted to eat.
Her wings clipped during the pandemic, a New Yorker finds a sweetly “madcap” seaside destination in Red Hook, just a ferry (or bike) ride from home
We can’t attend the Olympic Games in Tokyo, but with these book, food and film recommendations from locals, we can immerse ourselves in the city and the culture. Plus: an “intensely embarrassing” reality dating show.
The major carriers are loosening their rules to ensure their most frequent fliers stay in the fold even when they haven’t been flying frequently.
Some big food-world names have left the major metropolises to take over the kitchens—and kitchen gardens—of country hotels, just as hungry vacationers are ready to gulp up spring.
Austin, Boston and Raleigh-Durham are among the mini-hubs the major carriers will be fighting over this year, to the benefit of air passengers.