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You don’t have to be an artist to appreciate the natural world. But thinking like a landscape artist can help travelers become better at seeing what’s around them.
The rich and complex stories of LGBTQ history are honored at these permanent sites around the world.
These mystical places—including hanging monasteries and megalithic monuments—will transport you back in time.
Whether you’re new to camping—or usually prefer resort beds to sleeping bags—these tips will help ease you into close encounters with nature that will bring discovery, joy, and a deeper connection to the natural world.
For LGBTQ+ travelers, finding a welcoming place is the first step in planning a getaway that’s both adventurous and fun.
New Zealand is sometimes called the "adventure capital of the world"—and for good reason.
From summer temperatures that are among the hottest in the world to immense wealth from oil reserves, Kuwait is a land of extremes.
On their final fishing trip, a father and son unite over the wonders of the Alaskan panhandle.
See the nation’s geographical diversity, history, and grandeur—without leaving the city.
Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie with a head for heights or simply looking for sublime vistas, these stunning vantage points are sure to deliver.
Avoid the people—but not the natural wonders—at these breathtaking under-the-radar wilderness areas.
The pyramids in Egypt are more famous, but the ones in Sudan hide royal burial sites that archaeologists can explore—as long as they don’t mind swimming.
This guide for outdoor activities, eco-friendly ideas, and cultural fun will help you have the best summer ever.
The “Southern Underground Railroad” helped formerly enslaved people reach freedom in northern Mexico. One village here has observed Juneteenth or “Dia de los Negros” for more than 150 years.
“You can get on a horse and ride for two weeks without crossing a road, a fence line, or any other person except local gauchos.”
An informal network of cottages, bunkhouses, and hiking shacks provides an offbeat, outdoorsy way to explore the Nordic nation.
Similar to “peak bagging,” where hikers or mountaineers tick off a list of summits to reach, lake bagging has swimmers tracking the bodies of water they take a dip in.
Some of Europe’s most iconic Gothic style buildings were influenced by Islamic design of the Middle East, in an East-West trade of architectural ideas.
Stonehenge, completed some 4,600 years ago, may be fashioned in part from elements of older megalithic monuments built hundreds of miles away.
Scenic strolls, starry nights, and tempting fare seduce the senses in these seven romantic towns from France to Italy and beyond. Follow along this week for more of our Best of Europe series.
These historic harbors rival Italy's "City of Canals." Here's how to see them responsibly.
A curation of photographs from our archives are an invitation to look at the world through the eyes of an artist.
From Scotland to Switzerland and beyond, these six European villages capture the thrill of diving into the great outdoors—whether it’s climbing a mountain or taking a dip in the ocean. Follow along this week for more of our Best of Europe series.
Hike across Italy’s storied southern island on a newly revived ancient pilgrimage route.
In Spain, Granada preserves treasures from the past. But trendy hotspots and a new ecopark have this city looking to the future.
Stretching more than 320 miles, the Greater Paris Trail highlights the city’s myriad facets, from architectural showstoppers to everyday treasures.
A showcase of global biodiversity, the Queen’s Grove was conceived as a succession of green, open-air “rooms,” each devoted to a different plant species.
Many of the coal slag heaps in northern France’s Nord-Pas-de-Calais mining region have been rehabilitated, drawing visitors to unique cultural and natural attractions.
Leuven is where the Big Bang theory was first conceived. Or, as a little-known Belgian Catholic priest called his concept at the time, "the day without yesterday."
With views of the Continental Divide and enough acrophobic moments to make the overall experience feel truly death-defying, Colorado’s via ferrata is uniquely thrilling.
There’s nothing like a road trip: scenic views, surprising stops, the time spent with friends or with your own thoughts. For National Take a Road Trip Day, cruise on one of the world’s best road trips.
The plight of bees has spurred interest in the sweet syrup they produce, giving people an opportunity to sell, cook, and experiment with honey. Here's how travelers can help.
These spots might not have been crafted by extraterrestrials, but that doesn’t mean they’re not out of this world.
History was made on the world’s highest peak when the first all-Black and Sherpa expedition reached the summit of Mount Everest early Thursday.
The country has embarked on a fast-paced road-building program that’s transforming the landscape as well as the lives of residents and the experiences of travelers.
Harsh elements, deadly insects, unexpected illness—enjoy a few of our favorite cautionary tales of journeys gone wrong.
Tonight, Earth’s shadow will bathe the moon in a deep red—one of the most eye-catching sights of the night sky—for nearly an hour and a half.
From a giant subterranean lake to the cavern that inspired Johnny Cash to seek sobriety, Tennessee’s underground world is teeming with bizarre legends and surprising sites.
They were swimming along together as one, two male North Atlantic right whales, each draping a fin over the other’s body. It looked as if they were hugging.
Visitors to these parks are rewarded with vivid stories of Indigenous heritage, civil rights heroes, and ecological marvels.
Whittled by water into slot canyons and rock cliffs, Utah’s Zion National Park is an adventurer’s paradise.
While sand dollars can be found along coasts around the United States, the beaches near San Francisco are a perfect place to take a deep dive into their fascinating history.
For decades, highly skilled cavers have come to Mexico to explore Cheve, a labyrinth within a mountain.
Here are 10 places where you can ditch your wheels for a less-hurried, more relaxing vacation.
The sun and the stars are their compass; the waves and the wind, their maps. Lehua Kamalu is leading a revival of the ancient skill of Polynesian wayfinding.
One thing stands out about this tranquil Dutch village on first impression—there are no roads.
Skip the bottle, shampoo bars are good for your hair AND the environment.
The Great Loop takes boaters up the Atlantic seaboard, through historic canals, across the Great Lakes, down the inland rivers to the Gulf of Mexico, and around Florida.
Take a closer look at kept bees in Mars Hill, North Carolina. Happy World Bee Day!
From solo trips around the world to family sojourns in the Pacific Northwest, these tales of travel on the high-seas might just inspire you to cast off on your own adventure.
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