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An impressive public transportation network and pedestrian-only spaces make this a great city to explore without a car.
The Wolf's Lair served as one of Hitler's military headquarters during WWII and was destroyed by the Nazi forces as they retreated in early 1945.
The cruise liner accident isn't just a disaster for the ship's owners, but could inflict wider damage on an industry already facing stiff headwinds.
Lace up your walking shoes and get to know England's second-largest city.
Nuclear tourism is a relatively new type of tourism where people travel to significant sites in atomic history.
Sri Lanka, Kathmandu (in Nepal) and Valparaiso (in Chile) are all fantastic destinations for nomadic types this year.
A famous harbor and other natural attractions make this former victim of Rust Belt decay an ideal East Coast destination.
Whatever your island vacation wish list holds, these Spanish treasures are likely to fit the bill. Get set for beaches, rain forests, trekking, camping and pampering.
Sustainable ideas have been practiced here for centuries, with plenty of small-scale sleeping options, locally grown foods and a useful network of buses and trains.
Using attendance data from 27 of 55 national parks from 1979 to 2008, a new study says that park visitors are arriving four days earlier than in the past.
If you won't be at your house for the holidays, these items will help you stay as comfortable as possible.
Soak in some history and lots of sun at this unlikely bastion of sustainability.
From Chicago to Vienna, here's a list of 10 excellent Christmas markets to get you in the holiday spirit.
Holistic holidays on cruise ships are taking off as people search for new healthy ways to live.
Learn to surf, go snorkeling or just laze on the beach. Or how about hiking, bird-watching and communing with some monkeys?
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