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Kitzbuhel, Austria ski resort guide

Just the word Kitzbuhel conjures images of the scariest, hairiest downhill race on the circuit, but as a ski resort this Tyrolean treasure offers far more than just the horrors of the Hahnenkamm. More>>

Divers discover world's longest underwater cave system in Mexico

Underwater archeologists in Mexico have discovered the worlds largest flooded cave. More>>

Bikes, beauty, beer and beyond: Ways to play in Boulder

From iconic rock formations to nationally acclaimed restaurants to a world-famous bike culture, Boulder sure has a long list of sterling credentials. More>>

South Beach's most infamous hotel: Inside the Versace Mansion

The world-famous Ocean Drive is one of the most photographed stretches of Miami Beach. More>>

10 Best cities for a winter vacation

Cold rains and gray skies make winter travel a trial. But hot drinks, snowy slopes, frozen lakes and a bright yellow sun? That's the kind of winter we can all wrap our mittens around. More>>

10 Reasons to visit Abruzzo, Italy's new hot destination

Central Italy's Abruzzo has always attracted visitors thanks to its enviable snow season, but up until recently the majority were European. More>>

Inside Oaxaca's radish-carving festival

"I feel so proud of being part of something so traditionally Oaxacan," Daniel Rojas tells me as I enter a dimly lit room rich with the earthy smell of radishes. More>>

Switzerland bans boiling lobsters alive

Lobsters are a delicious delicacy loved by coastal dwellers across the world -- but is boiling them alive inhumane? More>>

Take a whirl on New York City's carousels

Plenty of images and sensations come to mind when you think of New York City: skyscrapers, pigeons and the smell of hot dogs on a street corner. However, the Big Apple has another distinction woven into the fabric of the... More>>

Essential places to visit in Johannesburg

Johannesburg has busily redefined itself over the past decade, breathing new life into old warehouses and derelict buildings, while slowly reclaiming sidewalk spaces for markets, cafes, and art galleries. More>>

Only in Greenland: A beach for skiing and sledding

Sailing across the clear blue sea from the west coast of Greenland, a lush green island surrounded by dazzling white icebergs comes into view. More>>

Ancient village saved by Chinese philanthropist opens as Shanghai resort

According to Confucius: "The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones." More>>

Best adventure vacations for 2018

Precious vacation shouldn't be squandered on revisiting the same old destinations and doing the same old things. More>>

'Game of Thrones' ice hotel opens in Lapland

"Game of Thrones" fans who have long dreamed of visiting its mythical Seven Kingdoms can now get the ultimate Westeros experience thanks to a new hotel in Lapland, Finland. More>>

Osaka's funky Ferris wheel reopens for first time in 9 years

Most visitors to Osaka, Japan, have seen the bright yellow oblong-shaped Ferris wheel next to the famous Glico Man Sign billboard along the Dotonbori River. More>>

Peek inside Boise, Idaho's vibrant Basque community

Some U.S. cities have become practically synonymous with the ethnic and religious groups who have settled there, such as the proud Irish Americans of Boston's "Southie" neighborhood (see also: every Wahlberg brothers... More>>

The world's most punctual airports and airlines in 2018 revealed

Delayed flight cost you that big deal, ruin your family get-together or just plain consume you with apoplectic rage? More>>

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