Traveler Blog

In Brazil, the Zika Virus Torments Olympic Planners

Though cases of the mosquito-borne illness are on the rise, Brazil remains optimistic about the games because of new measures.

How to Get Paid to Travel the World as a Professional Snapchatter

Your summer job would involve getting paid by WOW Air to create Snapchat videos on your way around the world. And, yes, that's a real summer job.

How to Avoid Foreign-Transaction Fees

Before your international vacation, shop around to avoid being hit with an extra 2-3 percent charge on your purchases.

Booking a Multi-Destination Flight Will Now Cost You More

The major U.S. airlines have changed their pricing, making trips with several stops much more expensive. Here's what you need to know:

The America's Cup Returns to Its New York City Roots

Sailboat racing returns to New York Harbor in May for the first time in almost a century. Here's what you need to know to get in on the event.

13 Easy Tips for a Free Hotel Room Upgrade

File away these smart tactics for your next trip.

Hiking Hadrian's Wall

The Roman-era barrier between England and Scotland makes a serene adventure for hikers of today.

Philadelphia Restaurant Review: SOUTH

An inside look at this new Philadelphia restaurant where highlights include draft cocktails, an on-staff pickler, southern-inspired dishes and a jazz parlor

Fitness During Travel: Apps to Help You Run the World

If cycling or running is your passion, these apps are aiming to help you explore like a local when you’re away from home.

What to Watch: Wild Food Videos From Around the Globe

From Hong Kong's back alley lunches to cotton candy as an art form and a Turkish ice cream game, traveling the world tastes oh so sweet.

Going to Cuba Just Became a Lot Easier

Americans can now travel to Cuba on their own, but certain regulations still apply.