Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
At hotels and restaurants aiming to provide the highest level of hospitality, it is people who make the difference. Here are our hospitality award winners.
The best way to discover art deco Miami is with a two-hour walking tour by Art Deco Tours. It's a great way to learn about the town and its architecture.
Alsace is a peaceful and prosperous wine region. Here are four castles that punctuate a storybook landscape of forests, vineyards and well-preserved houses.
Phoenix-Scottsdale is known for its golf resorts and cacti, but there is a lot more to explore: museums, shops, hiking trails and Native American history.
One of the joys of travel is savoring the cuisine of another country. On this trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, our writer enjoyed two excellent food tours.
Architecturally, and in atmosphere, both Charleston and Savannah form a wonderful contrast. Here are 7 things to do and see in the cities.
Eight hundred years ago, the Marais was marsh. It was settled by the Knights Templar in the 12th century, and two centuries later, Charles V built the first of many royal residences here.
Our stay at XV Beacon gave me the chance to revisit one of the most beautiful urban enclaves in the country: Beacon Hill.
The northern neighborhoods of San Francisco offer a wealth of sights and activities. Our proposed walking itinerary takes in all the highlights.
On this trip to Berlin, Germany, I sought out smaller boutiques and quirkier shopping streets in hopes of finding some unique gifts to bring home.
On April 11, 1909, a group of 66 Jewish families gathered in sand dunes a mile north of the ancient port of Jaffa to divide the patch of barren land that had been purchased on their behalf.
This Left Bank itinerary begins with a leisurely breakfast at the Café de Flor and continues with stops at local shops and cafés.
Set on a grid pattern, Montréal is an eminently walkable city, and an excellent place to start is the lovely Vieux-Montréal, with its time-honored buildings set on cobbled streets.Begin at the Place d’Armes, which contains the magnificent Notre-Dame Basilica — a favorite of Luciano Pavarotti, apparently, owing to its excellent acoustics.
Bath and Environs: A recommended itinerary from the Andrew Harper Travel Office.