The store manager of the last remaining Blockbuster has listed her store on Airbnb for only $4 a night.
Though Labor Day is fast approaching, some are considering a road trip past the summer's unofficial end as employees continue to work from home and students learn remotely.
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.
France and Turkey have both seen rises of over 1,000 COVID-19 cases in a day, sparking fears of a second wave of the virus.
Originally issued in March, at the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the federal agency's previous advisory recommended against all nonessential international travel.
U.K. government attempts to limit the spread of the virus would have proved more successful if it had not made the "serious mistake" of failing to impose quarantine restrictions on international arrivals.
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.
Hurtigruten's ship MS Roald Amundsen was one of the first cruise liners in the world to resume operations after they were halted amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The idea of sitting on a train for a journey that could last over a day might not sound too appealing to most, but is it a cleaner and safer alternative to flying amidst the coronavirus pandemic?
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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.
Though many are still uncomfortable flying, those in less risky areas are beginning to come around to the idea.
Over 100 athletes will be offering experiences over the course of the five-day festival, including Allyson Felix, the six-time gold medalist track and field star for Team USA and 17-time medalist and paralympic athlete, Tatyana McFadden.
Those traveling from New York to a handful of other states will need to self-quarantine upon arrival.
Though travel may be on hold for many at the moment, people are looking ahead and planning their 2021 getaways. These are the places we all want to travel to in 2021.
Over 14.7 million people across the globe have been infected since the novel coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan, China.
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The newly renovated Empire State Building, the symbol of New York City, will open its doors Monday for visitors wanting to catch a glimpse of the city from above.
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.
Bali's tourism-dependent economy takes a hit as its iconic destinations empty out.
Sheila Ruffin caters to moneyed vacationers who tour Caribbean islands aboard luxury yachts, and she's betting people of color and millennials will be the next big emerging market.
While your European vacation is on hold for the time being, some countries are allowing in U.S. travelers. Here's a country-by-country guide of where you can still travel at the moment.
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You can now get the taste of international traveling without spending a lot of money. Domestic tourism is the new deal now!
The asymptomatic woman, who had traveled to the U.S., passed the coronavirus to her neighbour despite having no close contact with them.
Those who can work remotely may soon be able to do it from a Caribbean beach, says Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley.
Some states are waiving quarantine mandates for those who produce proof of a recent negative virus test result.