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This Travel App Will Help You Save the Airline Miles You Lost This Year

App in the Air is helping one lucky traveler get back up to 50,000 airline miles.


Popeyes Has a Really Delicious Reason for You to Visit Guadalajara

"Visit Guadalajara, la Ciudad del Sandwich"


These colourful destinations will brighten up winter

While a physical holiday might not be on the cards yet, we've selected a few of our favourite technicolour places and spaces that make for an eye-catching virtual escape.


CDC Reduces Quarantine Guidelines to 10 Days

Or even less if you test negative for COVID-19.


You Can Volunteer to Raise an Adorable Puppy Until It's Ready for Service Dog Training

These future guide dogs need your love and support before starting their advanced training.


Moving Abroad Doesn't Mean Leaving Racism Behind, Say Black American Expats

Three travelers share their experiences.


Top Travel Offers for December 2020

Travelers can close out the year with some special savings and perks.


California Announces Its Strictest Stay-at-home Order Since Spring

Here's what you need to know about California's latest stay-at-home order.


Shooting Stars Will Light Up the Sky Like Celestial Christmas Lights This December

Don’t miss one of the greatest astronomical shows of the year.


We Just Got a Glimpse of Kate Middleton’s Most-used Emojis

Kate Middleton’s emojis have plenty of people speculating.


Experts Weigh in on the UK's Vaccine Approval and What It Means for Travelers

“We are definitely into the hopeful stage..."


Where to Eat, Stay, and Play Around Lake Tahoe

And how to pick the right home base for you along the 72 miles of lakeshore.


Emotional Support Animals No Longer Guaranteed the Right to Fly

According to the Department of Transportation's updated rules, emotional support animals are not considered service animals.


15 Gifts for the Friend Who Can't Wait to Return to Disney

Because who couldn’t use a little more magic right now?


Delta Is Teaming Up With the CDC for Contact Tracing on International Flights

Beginning Dec. 15, Delta will ask passengers flying to the U.S. from abroad to provide their contact information.


The World's Only Known White Giraffe Needs Our Help

Conservationists are using GPS technology to keep track of the rare animal.


Make the Best Booze-infused Red Velvet Cupcakes Ever With Comedian Loni Love and Georgetown Cupcakes

The comedian is serving up sweet cupcakes with a topping of laughter.


How I Travel: Author Ijeoma Oluo Loves a Scandinavian Breakfast Spread

We peek into the airport routines and bizarre quirks of the world's most well-traveled people.


Before and after: how famous attractions have changed over time

The world’s most famous landmarks are instantly recognisable but some of them are also changing rapidly. Whether it’s due to climate change, overtourism, erosion or simply wear and tear, the wonders of our world are under threat every day. Here are some of the most famous places around the world that are dramatically changing.


At Points of View, Condé Nast Traveler’s Annual Travel Summit, the Only Direction Is Forward

Looking back on an unprecedented moment for the travel industry, and the world—and preparing for what’s ahead.


What the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World could have looked like today

In a time before engines, electricity and architects, it’s a marvel how the ancient Greeks and Romans managed to build so many magnificent and imposing buildings and monuments – from the lighthouse at Alexandria to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.


Why These Women Are Crossing the Country By Motorcycle

It’s part of a greater effort to create more community and inclusivity in the motorcycle world.


FCC Blocks New Proposal to Allow Phone Calls on Planes

Phone calls won't be allowed on planes anytime soon.


'Pose' Star Indya Moore on the Realities of Transgender Travel and How You Can Help LGBTQIA+ Travelers

The model and actor teamed up with Orbitz to help raise money for the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association.


PetCon Is Going Virtual so You Can Meet Your Favorite Instagram-famous Animals Online

Spend your Saturday hanging out with some incredibly cute and talented dogs, cats, and other critters.


Alien hunting hot spots around the world

UFO and alien hot spots around the world, places with the highest number of UFO sightings, cities and areas that are the subject of alien conspiracy theories, crop circle locations, and top-secret facilities where people believe there is evidence of alien lifeforms.


CDC Urges Against Travel to Mexico As COVID-19 Cases Rise

American travel to Mexico has increased over the past few months, as airlines have added flights back to their schedules.


How to Ensure Your Family Sits Together on a Plane

Even in basic economy.


Italy Cancels Midnight Mass at Christmas

Italy bans midnight mass at Christmas — and its bishops are OK with it.


10 Things Travelers Need to Know About Flying Right Now

Flying has changed in the time of COVID-19.


The Acropolis Just Got More Accessible to Visitors With Disabilities

Visitors can enjoy these features when Greece’s national lockdown lifts on Dec. 14.


This Best-selling Espresso Maker Is $100 Off Right Now — and It’s Worth the Investment

You won't want to sleep on this deal.


What We Can Learn From the Sámi Tradition of Reading Snow

The Indigenous group, from the area known as Lapland, has an intimate understanding of winter.


We’re Obsessed With This Camper Van-shaped Gingerbread House Kit — and It’s Just $10 at Target

Give your holiday decorations a travel-themed twist.


Canada's most beautiful villages and small towns

From dinky coastal villages featuring charming lighthouses to historic towns tucked into the mountains, Canada's provinces and territories offer some delightful communities that welcome visitors with open arms. We've selected the top spots worth a detour when it's time to travel again.


The 10 Products T+L Readers Loved Most in November

From Apple AirPods to robot vacuums, these are the products our readers bought the most in November.


Airbnb rolls out restrictions in Canada to prevent New Year’s Eve parties

TORONTO — Just days after the discovery of a large party in one of its rental properties, Airbnb says it has a plan to curb New Year’s Eve parties this year while Canada works to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. In addition to its ongoing ban on parties, Airbnb now says guests will need a history of positive reviews on its app to reserve an entire home for New Year’s Eve in Canada. The policy also extends to the U.S., Mexico, Australia,...


Ski Slopes Across Europe May Remain Closed Through the New Year

European leaders are determining how to handle the ski season amid COVID-19.


Get Paid $5,000 to Be a Professional Cookie Connoisseur This Holiday Season

Calling all bakers: this dream job is for you!


Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

DALLAS — American Airlines is taking its long-grounded Boeing 737 Max jets out of storage, updating key flight-control software, and flying the planes in preparation for the first flights with paying passengers later this month. The airline invited press reporters and photographers on board one of the planes Wednesday to demonstrate its confidence in the plane's safety. All Max jets worldwide were grounded in March 2019 after the second of two...


8 Foldable, Lightweight Strollers for Travel

It's not always easy to find a stroller for on-the-go families—especially ones that fit in overhead compartments and work on public transportation. We tested the best of the best to find the top strollers.


COVID-19 December Travel Restrictions: Latest Quarantine Rules for US States

Stay up to date on which destinations are requiring pre-travel COVID-19 testing and quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.


Flight Attendants Reveal What You Should Wear If You're Looking for a First Class Upgrade

Sometimes, it’s all about having the right outfit.


Popeyes Mexico Launch

Popeyes is debuting its world-famous Chicken Sandwich in Guadalajara, Mexico in a new campaign, “Visit Guadalajara, la Ciudad del Sandwich.”


Everything You Need to Know (and Buy) for Cold-Weather Camping

Yes, you can actually stay warm while enjoying the outdoors in winter.


Tourism industry has mixed reaction to government aid measures

MONTREAL — Ottawa's plan to provide aid for the struggling tourism sector was greeted with relief Tuesday, while Canada's airlines awaited word on support for their industry. The Liberal government on Monday announced the rollout of a new program, called the Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program, that would provide low-interest loans to struggling businesses in the tourism, hotel and other sectors. The government also announced...


How Can Cruise Lines Attract New Cruisers in 2021?

Cruise insiders on how they're tackling the challenges ahead.


Travelers to Iceland Can Skip Quarantine or Testing If They've Had COVID-19

The new policy will be implemented on Dec. 10.


Surprising places where it sometimes snows

From the desert city of Las Vegas to typically sun-blessed islands in the Mediterranean, snow sometimes falls in the most unexpected places around the globe. We've selected some stunning images where the unlikely weather lends a magical edge to the landscape.


Visiting the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Will Be Different This Year — Here's How

Planning ahead may be required.