Cruise Amid the Remote Beauty of Greenland with Ponant, Hurtigruten and More
In terms of cruise destinations, Greenland is the new Iceland, as Greenland is becoming the hottest destination in Arctic cruising. This owes to its remoteness, beauty and...
6 days ago - Global Traveler
Etihad Airways Partners with Local Artists to Upcycle Aircraft Parts
Etihad Airways has partnered with local designers to deal with waste in an environmentally friendly manner. The designers will upcycle obsolete aircraft cabin interiors into...
7 days ago - Global Traveler
5 amazing rail journeys around the world
A journey by rail is one of the most romantic ways to travel. And, as passionate Bradshaw's devotee Michael Portillo will attest, it's also a fantastic way to discover remote...
8 days ago - A Luxury Travel
News: New rail connections for London Luton Airport
London Luton Airport has welcomed the news that East Midlands Railway is to introduce a new half hourly non-stop service between London St Pancras and Luton Airport Parkway.
13 days ago - Breaking Travel News - 2 articles
Latest rail plan would put tunnel under Long Island Sound
President Joe Biden's promise to improve the nation's infrastructure has renewed interest in the idea of a high-speed railroad connecting New York and Boston through a 16-mile...
13 days ago - Newsday
Rail Europe North America gives up USTOA Active Membership
The company has stopped selling tour packages and is now an Associate Member, with deposits and payments no longer covered by the USTOA's $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program.
16 days ago - Travel Weekly
What happened to the Trans Europe Express
As short-haul air travel falls out of favor with business and leisure travelers, Germany is proposing a new network of high-speed, high-quality international rail routes...
21 days ago - CNN
Operators train their sights on some slow-travel options
New high-end rail journeys are being created to meet an expected demand for laid-back, immersive experiences post-pandemic.
27 days ago - Travel Weekly
Budget Obsessives, Air Miles Accumulators and Spontaneity Gurus: Which Travel Tribe are YOU in?
There are those chomping at the bit to take to the skies, rails and roads - and others who baulk at the prospect of going beyond their newsagent. So where do you stand?
1 month ago - Mail Online
Concerns grow over Eurostar rail service linking U.K., EU
The service has been hurt badly by the halt to travel during the pandemic as well as Brexit.
1 month ago - Travel Weekly - 2 articles
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Qantas expects to start international flights in October
Qantas Airways chief executive Alan Joyce says he doesn't expect his airline will resume international travel except for New Zealand until late October, after the Australian...
The 20 best soups around the world
If a bowl of soup strikes you as the ultimate in comfort, you've got plenty of company. So here are 20 of the world's best soups - from Mexico to Japan - to fill stomach and soul.
Avanti expands to Egypt with ready-to-sail trips
Although river cruising remains largely shuttered around the world, Egypt and the Nile are open and welcoming travelers.
Cayman Islands may dial back on cruise visits once borders reopen
According to the Cayman Compass, premier Alden McLaughlin said that the government had received a "clear signal" from both the business community and local citizens.
News: Atlantis Aquaventure expansion to open on Monday
It is the announcement that thrill-seekers the world over have been waiting for: brand new, world-exclusive waterslides and two brand-new towers are being launched at Atlantis...
News: Princess Cruises expands UK sailings for autumn 2021
The move is in response to the Canadian transport ministry's interim order extending the closure of Canadian ports and waters to passenger ships.
News: Nobu Hospitality unveils plans for Hamburg property
The Nobu Hotel Elbtower Hamburg will offer 191 spaciously designed guest rooms and suites, a 200-seat Nobu restaurant, a stylish terrace bar and lounge with views of the River...
EU leaders seek to inject energy into slow vaccine rollout
European Union leaders are gathering to try to inject new energy into the bloc's lagging coronavirus vaccination effort as concern mounts that new variants might spread faster...
News: Marriott-Sorenson Centre for Hospitality Leadership to be established
The location has been set up to honour the memory of Arne Sorenson, the Marriott International chief executive who died earlier this month from pancreatic cancer.
News: American Cruise Lines to add new Pacific Northwest vessel
American Harmony, one of the American modern riverboats, successfully completed its recent journey from the East Coast to the Pacific Northwest via the Panama Canal.