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29 Jan
After new border restrictions were put in place, a policy of isolating and frustrating rebel-held regions has taken a major and maddening turn.






29 Jan
A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.






29 Jan
With a blizzard in the Northeast expected to disrupt travel, passengers should review airline policies regarding flight cancellations.






29 Jan
SinglesCruise.com has new itineraries for solo travelers, and Tauck has lowered the price of single supplements on many of its trips.






29 Jan
A more sophisticated city has emerged with a sleek new cultural center, a vibrant dining scene and plenty of friendly pubs in which to while away the hours.






28 Jan
Pilsen, a Mexican-American enclave in the city’s Lower West Side, now draws tourists thanks to new shops, breweries and restaurants.






28 Jan
The housing market in Victoria is recovering from the global financial crisis, in part because of stimulus measures from the state government and a strengthening economy.






28 Jan
Italy’s long heritage of inherited wealth and property has withered thanks to cuts in government subsidies and high maintenance costs, among other factors.






28 Jan
As Ireland’s flagship carrier recommends its sale to the parent of British Airways, analysts raise hopes for other mergers in a fragmented market.






28 Jan
The Marazul Charters travel agency has organized cultural and histrorical trips to Cuba for years.






27 Jan
Contemporary structures, from museums to stadiums to churches, in the city’s outskirts.






27 Jan
Less than a month after 17 people were killed in terror attacks on France, the government is assuring travelers that the City of Light is safe.






27 Jan
Although driving bans were in effect and transit was suspended, the dire warnings that it could be one of the worst blizzards in the city’s history failed to materialize.






27 Jan
L’Auberge de Sedona in Arizona is offering an “Escape the Super Bowl” package in the week before the game.






27 Jan
More fliers are reaching for their tablets than the catalog of the quirky, and airlines are improving their magazines to reach more advertisers.






27 Jan
The New York-based designer recently took an inspiration-seeking trip to the Chinese city. Here, she discusses what caught her eye.






27 Jan
Downtown Phoenix will be transformed for the Super Bowl, and there is great food and art throughout the city.






24 Jan
The in-flight catalog’s parent, Xhibit, attributed some of its troubles to changes in in-flight entertainment and retail competition.






24 Jan
Kenosha, Wis., the hometown of Orson Welles, will observe the centennial of his birth in May with a month of events, including live performances and screenings.






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