The new College Football Hall of Fame opens this week in Atlanta with a revamped roster of high-tech features.
See stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image.
Hawaii is celebrating 55 years as a U.S. state. CNN's iReporters share a breathtaking collection of photos.
Four hundred years after the death of Countess Elizabeth Bathory, her murderous exploits prove a grisly attraction.
The top U.S. airlines earned a net profit of $3.8 billion during the first half of this year -- up from $1.6 billion during the same period last year.
Japan isn't a country to which you just show up and wing it. Here's how to arrive prepared.
The last time a Ryan stood in the dirt-floored hut's doorway would have been the day before Willie Ryan passed.
A constant inclusion on lists of "forests to see before you die," here's how to see the real thing.
Transcending Wi-Fi, pillow menus and full minibars, these hotel amenities truly give you something to brag about back home.
History buff? Hardcore surfer? These South Pacific islands have every traveler covered.
Eight of the top 10 scoring cities in the Economic Intelligence Unit's annual Liveability Survey are in Australia and Canada. But where's top?
Airlines and airports are going high-tech to reduce your time in line.
Summer isn't over yet. These new hotels are keeping it alive and fresh.
Efforts to preserve the memories of one of Hong Kong's most storied districts are underway in an old tenement building known as the "Blue House."
It's not for the faint of heart or full of stomach, but soaring off a Swiss mountain is worth the fear factor.
A passenger accused of posing as an airport security agent and taking women into a private screening room will not be prosecuted.
There's probably a belt in this guy's future.
From Colombia to Canada, this handful of urban centers is leading the two-wheel charge.
Australians and New Zealanders tend to get annoyed when their accents get mistaken for one another, but there's one thing they do share.
Want to "Walk the Line" where Johnny Cash once played as a child? His childhood home, now an Arkansas Heritage Site, opens for visitors on Saturday.
If you're heading to Panama to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Canal, here are 10 other things to see while you're there.
Investigation launched after Flybe aircraft with 47 passengers had heavy landing at the UK's Belfast airport.
Who among us hasn't fantasized about what it would be like to fly like a bird? Scroll through the gallery and imagine yourself soaring through the sky.
In Taiwan, tourists pay to ride along in local cabs, letting fate -- and locals fares -- decide where they'll go and what they'll see.
Ever wondered what it takes to get that movie to your inflight screen? Our special report details who, what and how much.
The SALT Arctic arts fest kicks off in Norway in August to highlight fragility of sparsely populated landscapes.
We've all wondered what it's like to die. Now in Shanghai there's a game that claims it can fulfill our curiosity, without actually killing us.
Welcome to the Delta Flight Museum, home to some of the airline industry's historic jewels, including a first-of-its-kind aircraft
Don't order Corona and don't freak out when you see Jessica Alba without makeup and you might pass for local.
Tough economic times have inspired the county's travel industry to try creative new ways to attract visitors.
Based on user comments, new TripAdvisor awards name best zoos and aquariums around the world.
What pizza is to New York and the cheesesteak is to Philly, the food truck has become to Los Angeles -- essential.
At these fun Los Angeles bars, the the drinks come with a chaser of kitsch.
Cars, craft beer, yetis? Since when did in-flight purchases get so strange?
A house is just a house, right?
Home to big game, sparkling beaches, and stunning sunsets, Malawi makes for an idyllic travel destination.
These eight "fossil finds" are T-Rex free and can provide learning enrichment for paleontologists of all ages.
A visitor center telling the story of King Richard III's life and death and of the discovery of his remains beneath a car parking lot is open.
There's nothing like high drama on a beach.
Traffic-free Prince Islands offer a break from the mayhem on the shores of the Marmara.
A day after she pleaded no contest to stowing away, Marilyn Jean Hartman was re-arrested at the Los Angeles airport on Thursday.
Vowing to wipe out corruption, the Thai government is forcing officials in Phuket to crack down on mismanagement and clear the beaches.
In honor of National Lighthouse Day, we invited you to share your best lighthouse photos with CNN iReport.
Nice, France, draws celebrities and tourists from all over the world -- for good reason. Check out iReporters' snapshots to see why.
After trying three times to stowaway on a flight, Marilyn Hartman made it aboard a Southwest flight from San Jose to Los Angeles
For 19 years and counting, Travel + Leisure magazine has asked readers to vote for their favorite hotels and resorts. Here are the top 10.
Where in the U.S. will you be welcomed like a friend and shunned like foe? Conde Nast Traveler says it knows.
From high school, to prison and torture center, to tourist spectacle -- the lessons learned at Cambodia's Tuol Sleng should never be forgotten.
A day after New York's Union Street Guest House was slammed for its policy of fining wedding parties for negative online reviews, its owner has apologized.
The lessons we learned and changes we made as a result of previous airline accidents.
Oceanfront nightclubs and restaurants have transformed Angola's capital into a tropical playground for the super rich.
The 86-room Krystall hotel is scheduled to open off the coast of Tromso, Norway around Christmas 2016.
With 300 days of rain and more sheep than people, the Faroe Islands make for one of the odder emerging tourist destinations in Europe.
Threatening your guests rarely yields smiley happy reviews.
Some call them a secret brotherhood, others refer to them as a spiritual mystery.
There are now more than 1,000 UNESCO World Heritage Sites -- here are some of our favorites.
Zombies, "World of Warcraft" characters and showgirls in skimpy outfits -- it can only be the latest ChinaJoy cosplay competition.
An avid urban hiker shares the best stops along Nanjing's huge Ming-Dynasty City Wall.
The Caribbean's hot summertime festival may have just wrapped, but we're still reveling in the color burst.
In these cities, worker drones can strip off the suit and tie, jump into shorts or a bikini and enjoy the beach without leaving the urban perimeter.
Visitors to compete for medals in virtual track, field and pool events in Barcelona's Olympic venues.
Chinese engineering marvel connects Tibetan city of Shigatse -- a gateway to Mount Everest -- with the territory's capital Lhasa
You're likely to sweat a little to get to some of the best waterfalls. But they deliver a cool refuge and a powerful reminder of nature's force.
The FAA has restricted all planes traveling over Iraq from flying at or below 30,000 feet.
Having banished the warlords and kick-started its economy, Uganda is re-establishing itself as a popular choice for travelers.
Deadly diseases like Ebola are only a plane ride away. In today's interconnected world, linked by transoceanic flights, one infected person can trigger a domino effect that pays no attention to borders.
Savvy hotel developers are converting century-old heritage buildings into luxury accommodations.
Looking for a vacation that will shock all five of your senses? Anthony Bourdain can help.
Life in Joburg can be stressful. Luckily there are some exceedingly non-stressful places close by.
Takeoff on one of Airbus' new A350WXB test planes is a strangely quiet experience.
Travel + Leisure names world's best cities. Kyoto knocks Bangkok off its top perch in the 2014 installment of the magazine's annual ranking.
Does travel tech have a place in Florence, a city that hasn't changed much since 15th the century?
From Maastricht to Melbourne, these itineraries make bookish travelers look stylish.
We asked CNN readers for a sneak peek inside their bags. We uncovered cows, cookies and kitties.
The Hague can be a welcome, peaceful diversion from the nonstop energy (read crowds) of Amsterdam.
Good cocktails combine with spectacular views across rivers, cityscapes and oceans at these bird-level drinkeries.
Spanish village offers artists free board and lodging in return for sculptures.
Two crocodiles and an octopus now call Dubai home. Is the UAE obsessed with exotic animals?
Polish photographer Patrycja Makowska takes incredible images of derelict buildings but refuses to divulge their location.
"Bridges to nowhere" to some, architectural icons and centers of entertainment for others; these jetties are worth visiting.
Cheap, useless gifts. We're all guilty. Here's how to avoid the most common pitfalls of souvenir buying.
Seeing the images of the mangled wreckage of an aircraft after a crash is difficult for any flight attendant.
It's been a tension-filled week for travelers used to flying safely around the world.
The age of neon lights is dying, experts say. Businesses are switching to cheaper, more energy-efficient LED bulbs for starters.
A former soldier plans to trek every country in the world, having been diagnosed with PTSD.
When the mutinous cries of "not another zen garden, mom!" ring out, it's time to hit up the Toei Kyoto Studio Park.
The Federal Aviation Administration removed its ban on U.S. passenger planes flying to and from Tel Aviv, Israel.
A California homeowner's nightmare has become a cautionary tale for those who rent their homes to strangers.
When your city has an unenviable reputation for insulting tourists, inviting hotel guests to pay what they want could be a risky move.
Ancient Roman bikinis, volcano-skiing and some of the sweetest desserts on Earth.
With factory tours and collections of stunning vintage prototypes, southern Germany is petrolhead paradise.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was only one of many commercial flights around the world that routine fly over conflict areas.
The Federal Aviation Administration extended its ban Wednesday on U.S. airlines' flights to and from Tel Aviv, Israel, for another 24 hours.
For centuries Italy has housed its convicts and political enemies on some of the myriad tiny islands that dot its stunning coastline.
It's Western Europe's second largest country, but it's the diversity of its people and passions that holds the key to understanding Spain's eternal appeal.
The Mississippi Delta is a storied region that sets the standard for all things Southern, good and bad.
From temples so gold they'll make your eyes water, to food you'll be longing for days after it hits your lips, Punjab is India at its colorful, lively best.