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24 Apr
Constructing a contemporary version of the old Orient Express route through Europe, the author cuts across the Continent, encountering a variety of personalities along the way.






24 Apr
The Netherlands’ biggest celebration has a new date and name this month, when the former Queen’s Day, held since 1890, becomes King’s Day.






24 Apr
She envisioned heading out from Cape Town for a few hours and then being engulfed by a rainbow of flowers. Here’s how the trip actually turned out.






24 Apr
A family trip to one of the least-visited national parks leads to exhilarating climbs and mesmerizing views of white and blue.






24 Apr
Following the worst single-day death toll in the history of Mount Everest, a group of Sherpas announced that they decided to abandon this year’s climbing season.






24 Apr
Orbitz becomes the latest third-party booking site to offer a credit card.
23 Apr
On the occasion of the Belgian capital’s art week, an American artist currently living there offers a guide to the city’s best under-the-radar pleasures.






23 Apr
This spot, which opened last summer, serves locally sourced fare in a stylish spot by the sea.






23 Apr
The 16-room Vander is centrally located near city sights, offers not-to-be missed views and even comes with a love story.






23 Apr
Osaka, Japan’s third-largest city, is increasingly the place to taste domestic craft brews.






22 Apr
Lagunitas Brewing Company, which will open a facility in Chicago in May, is partnering with the JW Marriott in the city for a “Beercation” travel package.






22 Apr
Two new travel apps are harnessing the power of Facebook to help friends spend some time together.






22 Apr
The Heaphy Track, one of New Zealand’s Great Walks, will be open to cyclists beginning May 1.






19 Apr
What compels people to return to the same place or experience repeatedly? Answers from nine writers take you to Athens and Berlin, Paris and Granada — and beyond.






19 Apr
Rural sports like wood chopping, hay bale tossing and stone lifting are part of a cultural fabric that’s still visible today.






19 Apr
The historian Graham Robb contends that the ancient route follows the course of the sun at the solstices. Regardless of his theory, the rugged path is a perfect for cycling.






19 Apr
From England to Iceland, Barcelona to Warsaw, here are special spots Times readers like to visit more than once.






19 Apr
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts is planning to appoint more than 300 managers to assist guests in its club level lounges.






18 Apr
La Réserve Hotel and Spa in Geneva is offering a rejuvenation-focused program developed by Nescens.






18 Apr
If you’re the type of traveler who likes to go beyond guides to develop a sense of place, one of these recently published or about-to-be-published books could be for you.






18 Apr
In and around this city in Italy’s heel, a crop of culinary schools and teachers is encouraging travelers to embrace la cucina povera, or “the food of the poor.”






18 Apr
You could spend a weekend in the Czech capital visiting only those places that have opened in the past couple of years. Here’s a guide to get you started.






18 Apr
The Cycling House is offering endurance camps for cyclists in Majorca.






17 Apr
The designer, whose sculptural clothes draw a strong gallery-girl following, shares snapshots from her recent trip to the Texas city’s art week.






17 Apr
John Muir Way, a 134-mile marked trail that will honor the conservationist, will open in Scotland on April 21.






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