Travel

Outdoor Movies Around the World with Cinematic Views

Watch a film at a "floating cinema" on your own private mini-boat, by an English medieval castle or against the backdrop of the illuminated ancient Acropolis. You'll feel like you're in a scene from the movies—while watching one.

Nat Geo's 'The Last Ice' Doc: What's Really at Stake With Global Warming

The total disappearance of the Arctic summer sea ice is forecast for as early as 2040. Newsweek takes an exclusive look at the new National Geographic doc that shows the Indigenous life that's also melting away in the Arctic, and how this pandemic is the loudest wake-up call we have for humanity.

How Safe Is the New York City Subway Right Now?

For months ridership on the MTA system reached record lows, but now as New York City continues to open up, more people might be considering heading underground for their commute.
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This Company Is Letting You Book 2021 Northern Lights Cruises Today

Whether you want to cruise through the Norwegian Fjords or catch the hypnotizing Northern Lights with your loved ones, this is the perfect time for you to start planning your next (possibly 2021) adventure.
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Marriott Homes and Villas: Here's How to Get Your Vacation Rental Listed

If you want to rent your private vacation home, however, why not make the most revenue out of it by getting listed on Homes and Villas by Marriott International? With the help of luxury home management specialist TurnKey Vacation Rentals, you can have your vacation rental join the Marriott brand.

New Summer Reads: Escapes That Can't Be Canceled

On these pages, you can travel to places all over the world—from the remote shores of Greenland to the distant countryside of mid-century Mexico to the haute culinary circles of France. Let these new books be your ticket to worlds beyond the four walls you've been staring at.

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