Providence is bursting with new things to see, do, and eat
Providence is a few cities rolled into one.
Providence is a few cities rolled into one.
Opening a business in such a rural spot in Spain was so risky that most banks in the region wouldn’t offer British innkeepers Tim and Claire Murray-Walker a thing. And then one finally did.
We caught up with the philanthropist and veteran disc jockey to talk about all things travel.
After WOW Air cancels Joseph Hopkins’s flight, he files a claim under EU 261, the European consumer protection regulation. It’s been almost six months and the claim still is “in process.” Where’s the money?
After hanging around Cape Breton for a few days, we became enamored of this little-known spot in Atlantic Canada. Here’s why.
What’s better than summer camp at the ocean?
Some travel providers are starting to accommodate families with children on the autism spectrum or whose parents suffer from dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinson’s diseases. One reason is that it’s a big market.
We caught up with the Red Sox slugger to talk about all things travel.
If you don’t know about Wickford Village — if you’re not deliberately seeking it out — there’s a solid chance you’d never just happen through.
Two popular attractions in Warwick — the former Rocky Point Park and the annual Gaspee Days celebrations — are all about celebrating the past while enjoying the present.
When Expedia truncates her daughter’s name on an airline ticket, Melissa Cassill’s Greece vacation is in jeopardy. Will she be able to fly with her baby?
A survey of more than 3,000 TripAdvisor users found that the Northeast is the most popular region of the country for summer travel this year.
What’s it like to conquer Buenos Aires in 60 hours? Picture sitting down to a nine-course meal and being told that you have 15 minutes to consume it all.
There are many glorious moments along the 2,181-mile Appalachian Trail. Yet, for sheer stunning, shifting beauty, it would be hard to top this one before the moon yields the skies to the sun along the Roan Massif ridge.
If you’re looking for one dynamite view along the southern leg of the Appalachian Trail, head to McAfee Knob in southern Virginia’s Roanoke Valley.
Royal Caribbean drops Patricia Early and her husband off at Prince Edward Island after a medical scare, promising to cover their hotel bill. Why hasn’t it?
New York Times best-selling author Elin Hilderbrand eats, sleeps, and breathes Nantucket. What set it apart, she says, is the island’s authenticity.
The Martha’s Vineyard African-American Heritage Trail, which began conducting tours almost 20 years ago, spans the island, from Chappaquiddick to Menemsha.
The hotel is under new ownership and recently underwent a major renovation to coincide with its 275th anniversary.
Amy Ray, half of the contemporary folk duo Indigo Girls, spends so much time on the road that her idea of a great vacation is being home. That said, she longs to get to Africa one of these days.
Over the past couple of years of experimenting, many hotel companies found texting with guests can elevate the level of service — and the speed of it, too.
Welcome to Las Vegas, where anything — and everything — is possible, including relaxing.
At Wildflower, everyone shares common ground.
We’ll send travel writer Christopher Muther to the reader-nominated best beach town.
The 21c Museum Hotel chain, based in Louisville, Ky., has quietly built a network of boutique hotels featuring world-class contemporary art exhibits in historic, middle-America downtown buildings from Cincinnati and Oklahoma City to Bentonville, Ark.
The Caribbean could see losses totaling more than $3 billion during the next four years until visitor rates climb back to 2016 levels.
Escape rooms are popular and popping up all over. Maybe that’s because in an increasingly online world, we are longing for in-person, interactive experiences.
The trip, which is expected to take about three hours, allows passengers to easily travel from London to Amsterdam, on to Paris and back to London without the hassle of air travel.
The Braintree native and 2013 Boston University grad is looking forward to returning to Boston in “The Sound of Music.”
Just before Deborah Williams checks into her vacation rental in Sanibel, Florida, the owner delivers some bad news: her rate has tripled. Pay up immediately, or she can’t stay. Is there any way to save her Florida vacation?
Travel, like every experience, is all about savoring what is great and learning from — and laughing about — what isn’t.
As the Niagara wine industry has flourished, this compact peninsula on the southwest corner of Lake Ontario has quietly grown into a top foodie destination.
Dogs get a lot of love in hotels — room service menus, gourmet treats, even in-room doggie DVDs. Cats, though, have a pet peeve: They aren’t always welcome.
There’s no denying that this Rhode Island outpost is one of the most sail-centric of US cities, especially when the Volvo Ocean Race comes to town. Newport is the only North American stopover on this event, considered to be the world’s most grueling ocean race.
In the heyday of Canada’s black gold rush, pumpjacks, spring-pole drills, and Canadian pole drilling rigs spread like a swarm of locusts across the gumbeds around Black Creek in Lambton County.
Paying attention to flight attendants might save your life.
We caught up with Erich Bergen, who will be in Boston on May 1 to emcee the 11th annual Music Heals the Soul fund-raiser at the Fairmount Copley Plaza, to talk about all things travel.
The next generation of airline seating involves standing in tight quarters.
It also ranked third on the list of best summer vacation destinations in the world (behind Paris and Florence!) and fifth for best family summer vacations.
The experience of sleeping 16.4 feet below sea level can be yours — beginning at $50,000 per night before taxes.
If you have the money to make it happen, it can happen: dinner at Hemingway’s table in Key West, private tours of the Sistine Chapel and the Louvre, or a look at Kentucky horse country.