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Some people see The Hague as Amsterdam's more sedate (read stodgier) cousin. Fact is, The Hague can be a welcome, peaceful diversion from the nonstop energy of Amsterdam.
A sunset even more spectacular than normal had Sydney residents snapping and uploading on Monday evening.
With its timeless traders and medicine men, the red city's Jemaa el Fna square seems caught in a Twilight Zone.
Hear the testy exchange between a Delta pilot and an air traffic controller. CNN's Michaela Pereira has more.
"Bridges to nowhere" to some, architectural icons and centers of entertainment for others; these piers are worth visiting.
Polish photographer takes incredible images of derelict buildings but refuses to divulge their location.
Seeing the images of the mangled wreckage of an aircraft after a crash is difficult for any flight attendant.
Good cocktails combine with spectacular views across rivers, cityscapes and oceans at these bird-level drinkeries.
Businesses are switching to cheaper, more energy-efficient LED bulbs and municipal planning boards are zoning out neon signs. Yet enthusiasts and museums are keeping the love for the eye-popping signage alive.
With factory tours and collections of stunning vintage prototypes, southern Germany is petrolhead paradise.
IATA's director general tells Richard Quest that governments are responsible for monitoring the safety of their airspace
When your city has an unenviable reputation for insulting tourists and fleecing them for every cent, inviting hotel guests to pay what they want could be a risky move.
The Federal Aviation Administration removed its ban on U.S. passenger planes flying to and from Israel's busiest airport Wednesday night, more than a day after stopping all the flights citing security concerns.
A California homeowner's nightmare has become a cautionary tale for those who rent their homes to strangers.
An extension of flight restrictions to Israel means more uncertainty for travelers in a six-day span marred by the shooting down of a commercial flight over Ukraine and a rocket strike near Israel's gateway international airport.
The Federal Aviation Administration has extended its ban on U.S. airlines' flights to and from Tel Aviv, Israel, for another 24 hours.
Hundreds of flight cancellations, blamed on military exercises, have trickled to the rail lines as travelers try to avoid delays.