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A Road Trip Down Kentucky's Bourbon Trail

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 16:38:16 EST

A father and daughter sip their way through five top bourbon distilleries along this scenic 100-mile stretch in Kentucky—wine country for liquor lovers.



The Best and Worst Airlines

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 09:13:40 EST

Scott McCartney’s annual analysis of U.S. carriers again shows a smaller competitor ahead of Delta, United and American.



Sydney's Most Deliciously Eclectic Food Scene? Hit the Beach

Sun, 08 Jan 2017 07:18:28 EST

In Bondi Beach, Sydney’s famed playground, epicurean restauranteurs are outshining the surfers. A guide to 5 must-try eateries steps from the ocean.



The New Flexibility of Yoga Getaways

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 09:25:55 EST

Yoga vacations—more self-indulgent than you’d think—are taking off around the globe. One lazy yogi heads to Italy for a low-stress, no-hassle trip. Plus: How to find the right yoga retreat and 6 other fun-filled fitness vacations.



Brazil Sees Record Number of International Visitors in 2016

Wed, 04 Jan 2017 14:45:36 EST

Brazil received a record 6.6 million foreign tourists in 2016, boosted by visitors attending the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to figures released by the country´s Tourism Ministry.



The Best Way to See Lava in Hawaii? We Tried Three

Mon, 26 Dec 2016 14:52:53 EST

Hawaii’s feistiest volcano, Kilauea, is putting on its best spectacle in years. We compared three strategies to catch the fireworks—by foot, boat and (doorless) helicopter.



Globetrotting Gearhead Jeremy Clarkson on Travel Secrets and Terrible Airports

Thu, 22 Dec 2016 10:58:50 EST

Co-host of Amazon’s ‘The Grand Tour,’ auto aficionado Jeremy Clarkson sounds off on the greatest touring car, a sheikh’s extreme hospitality and why he hates landing in Atlanta



Cuomo Outlines $10 Billion Overhaul of JFK

Wed, 04 Jan 2017 19:36:00 EST

Plan calls for road expansions, modernizing a LIRR station, expanding and building new terminals and increasing the number of flights



A Customized Ski Holiday, Italian-Style

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 10:35:36 EST

In the Dolomite Mountains—where skiers can be overwhelmed by the abundance of slopes—a local outfitter tailor-makes a cushy inn-to-inn “ski safari.”



The Boston-LaGuardia Shuttle Battle Heats Up

Wed, 21 Dec 2016 23:29:06 EST

JetBlue’s arrival to battle Delta, American and Amtrak’s Acela sparks a new price war between Beantown and the Big Apple, Scott McCartney writes.



An Insider's Guide to Bangkok

Sat, 17 Dec 2016 23:02:19 EST

The best places to eat, sleep, shop and party until the wee hours in the increasingly glamorous Thai capital, with expert advice from four Bangkok trendsetters.



A Vienna Feasting Tour: Where to Eat Like an Emperor

Sat, 17 Dec 2016 23:30:43 EST

For a delicious winter getaway, take your cue from a famous foodie, the late Emperor Franz Joseph. Here, some of his favorite dishes—from schnitzels to sausages—and the best spots to taste them in this gastronomic capital.



Paris's Buzziest Neighborhood: A Need-To-Know Guide

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 08:50:09 EST

After a nearly billion-euro refurbishment project, Les Halles is emerging as one of the city’s hottest new districts. A 10-stop guide to the area’s best restaurants, shops and cocktail dens.



Holiday Getaways for Picky Procrastinators

Wed, 07 Dec 2016 09:48:16 EST

From off-the-beaten-path ski resorts and beach retreats to low-key (and great value) European escapes, here are a dozen unexpected destinations to spend your winter vacation.



London Hauling: Qantas to Launch Australia's First Nonstop Flights to Europe

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 06:11:49 EST

Australia’s flag carrier will begin flying directly between Perth and London in 2018, a route that will be one of the longest in the world.



As Holidays Approach, So Does the Season of Flight Delays

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 18:51:07 EST

Here it comes: The 17-day travel window leading up to Christmas and extending a few days into the New Year is one of the worst times for flight delays.



U.S. Regulators May Allow Phone Calls During Flights

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 13:31:50 EST

Federal regulators are considering allowing airline passengers in coming years to routinely make phone calls during flights—so long as travelers are warned in advance about potential midair distractions.



A Long Weekend in San Diego: The Grown-Ups Guide

Sat, 26 Nov 2016 00:21:40 EST

For three escapist days away from the cold—and maybe the kids—head west. An hour-by-hour guide to San Diego’s old-school charms and sophisticated new offerings, including where to stay, hike and dig into the country’s best Mexican food.



Close Calls on U.S. Airport Runways Climb Sharply

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 23:44:53 EST

Hazardous runway incidents at U.S. airports increased for the third year in a row in fiscal 2016, significantly exceeding federal safety targets in five of the 12 months and climbing 25% overall from the prior year.



Miami's Iconic Surf Club Reopens Next Year

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 17:58:51 EST

Once a retreat for the rich and famous, the club is being restored and expanded, with new buildings designed by Richard Meier and interiors by Joseph Dirand.



Road-Trip Your Way to the Best of Le Corbusier

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 13:18:00 EST

The godfather of modernism built many of his signature buildings in European beauty spots. Here’s how to binge on six in one pleasure-filled, self-guided architectural tour.



When Your Home Is a Castle (and a Tourist Destination)

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 20:28:15 EST

Downton Abbey, 2016: Facing steep maintenance costs and taxes, some members of British nobility wind up sharing their grand homes with thousands of visitors.



China's Ctrip Goes Abroad for Latest Expansion

Mon, 28 Nov 2016 09:21:16 EST

With the acquisition of British search company Skyscanner, Ctrip, whose expansion has been fueled by the Chinese middle class’s ever-growing appetite for travel, will grow its own footprint overseas.



Lufthansa Flights Disrupted by Pilot Strike

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 09:23:20 EST

Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s labor woes intensified Wednesday with pilots calling for a third day of disruptions after their initial walk off stranded 100,000 passengers and a third of the carrier’s flights.



Who Needs Luggage Anyway?

Tue, 22 Nov 2016 22:24:02 EST

United Airlines’ new subeconomy fare limits carry-on bags, prompting Joe Queenan to ponder the future of luggage.



Holiday Crowds to Test Times Square Overhaul

Mon, 21 Nov 2016 23:22:56 EST

New York City’s makeover of the tourist and theater mecca is nearly finished, but some obstructions remain and private redevelopment projects continue. Will the crush ease up?



Google Trips: The Travel Guide That (Sort of) Reads Your Mind

Sun, 20 Nov 2016 01:56:52 EST

The new Google Trips app is tour guide and travel agent in one handy and free package. A traveler in Berlin finds the pros and the pitfalls of seeing the city through the Google filter.



Want to Climb a 19,000-foot Mountain? In Bolivia, Even Rank Amateurs Can

Sun, 20 Nov 2016 18:19:03 EST

Bolivia’s Huayna Potosi is a (somewhat) gentle giant—it’s easy enough for amateurs to climb but heart-thumping enough to earn them bragging rights.



Luggage That Won't Get Lost

Thu, 17 Nov 2016 13:07:37 EST

A new company wants travelers to have it all—form and function—in a package that will definitely stand out on the baggage carousel.



The Wrong Color Subway Map That Feels Just Right

Wed, 16 Nov 2016 00:13:28 EST

Triboro design firm’s subversive take on the New York City subway map is jarringly beautiful.



La Guardia's Runways Come Up Short

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 00:48:47 EST

When a jet carrying then-Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence skidded on landing Oct. 27 at La Guardia Airport, a debate reignited about whether the airport’s famously short runways are safe enough.