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The Indian Supreme Court says if India's not capable of taking proper care of the Taj, maybe it should just be torn down.
Take a hike.
Having been there, albeit decades ago, I can't imagine how this time limit will cause any travelers a problem.
Your choices include a recovering Caribbean island chain and spring skiing at a famous mountain.
The company that manages France's most-visited monument said the 19th-century Eiffel Tower will be closed all day February 9 and 10 "to ensure the security of visitors".
Cambodian officials and police have been cracking down on westerners for acts they claim are disrespectful to the country’s sacred spaces and practices.
The Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association president called the incident "embarrassing."
Some interesting new travel trends are emerging.
More than 100 days after Hurricane Irma devastated the island of St. John, Virgin Islands National Park reported that all beaches, trails and roads are open.
22 years after airport closure, control tower now repurposed as a restaurant.
The warning comes amid trade disputes.
European eateries continue to dominate the awards.
It's a good time to visit New England as maple producers collect sap from sugar maple trees and boil it down into syrup.
Certainly distinctive, maybe beautiful. A nice photo-essay.
Check out the sights on one of the most iconic road trip routes in the USA down California’s Highway 1.
A Canadian couple who visited the Dominican Republic is warning about the risks of walking barefoot in the sand after coming home with parasites.
The new cap will limit Indian visitors to 40,000 each day but will not apply to foreign tourists.
They have to be seen to be believed, and there's no better time than in January.
The off-peak season is a great time to visit some of the most exciting cities in North America.
The potato capital may be obvious, but the homes of fruitcake, burgoo, and even ice cream, may surprise.
A U.S. private citizen who visited China has reported symptoms like those of U.S. diplomats afflicted with a mysterious illness in Havana and Guangzhou.
Vancouver has a rich First Nations, European and Asian heritage, who all called this beautiful coastal city home over the centuries.
More than three million people flock annually to the Tower to discover the secrets, myths and legends hidden behind its imposing walls.
The group, now facing prosecution, admitted setting off flares by luxury yachts moored in Palma and throwing confetti over terrified diners at nearby restaurants.
Yellow fever is possible outside of the city.
Will that make it truly the "happiest place on earth?"
A whole lot of Disney parks.
Some are in exotic locales, while one is London's Canary Wharf metro station.
The rich are different because they have more money to spend.
Tens of thousands of travelers are reportedly stuck on the Indonesian island of Bali after the international airport was temporarily closed due to nearby volcanic activity.