Dogo Onsen, among Japan’s oldest bathhouses, still has unquenchable star power. Plus five other of the country’s most beloved hot springs and ryokans to book on your post-pandemic trip.
Jackson Hole and other popular ski resorts in the West are up and running with varying Covid rules and limitations. For purists, that’s not such a bad thing.
In Tibet, writer Ed Douglas seeks out the true story of a mythical world and a long-vanished kingdom.
New rules allow trained service dogs, and only dogs, to fly free uncaged. For many people, flying with a pet just got more expensive.
Turkey’s most hypnotic city isn’t as inaccessible as you think. You can teleport yourself there anytime with these tv shows, films, dishes, books and at least one psychedelic rock ’n’ roll band.
Golf resorts and clubs around the U.S. are offering warmer-than-usual welcomes this winter, with heated golf carts, shorter courses and a lot of whiskey.
The last U.S. airline with this policy has lost fliers to carriers with looser rules. Here’s why Delta is holding out for now.
Covid restrictions for international trips are more complicated than ever. Before you dust off your passport, a few words of caution.
Planning a family vacation right now—while the Covid pandemic still lingers—might seem more stressful than it’s worth. To minimize the headaches, we’ve chosen five trips that are all based around outdoor activities.
The free rides for emotional support animals ended last month, but that doesn’t mean all pets are grounded. Here are the new barking orders.
Hotels and other businesses that draw U.S. tourists abroad are scrambling to make testing for the virus as easy as possible.
During Covid, even driving vacations can get a little bumpy so we asked AAA trip-planning pros to suggest three foolproof routes (for now or after the pandemic) and a few tips for smoothing the way.
Costa Rica has been welcoming high-schoolers back for study abroad programs, tweaked for the Covid era. After Zoom classes, playtime ensues.
A castle in Umbria, a palace in Lisbon, a maximalist retreat on Paris’s Left Bank. When Europe opens to Americans again, these buzzy new hotels will be worth pouncing on.
The pandemic made flying tougher on all carriers, but the ones that handled the challenges best tended to be the ones that had outperformed rivals in previous years.
Adapting to life at sea wasn’t easy for L.A. comic Mike Siegel, then Covid sunk the cruise industry
Until you can jet off to The Netherlands worry-free, we’ve devised ways to immerse yourself in its capital from afar.
The big vacation rental sites can easily overwhelm prospective renters. These five smaller alternatives are regionally focused, easily managed—and seriously picky.
While you’re waiting for the borders to reopen, why not take a culinary trip by way of French fromage? Here, five tantalizing, regional tastes handpicked by one of France’s top cheesemongers.
Even with rising Covid cases and renewed lockdowns, the country maintains a stubborn allure.