The lake scenery in winter and spring may look like any other lake in the world, but in the summer it becomes "the most charming place in Canada".
The UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, managed to break two new Guinness World Records records, after the first minutes of the new year 2021 received a huge display of fireworks.
Music lovers have yet another reason to visit Nashville as the National Museum of African American Music is preparing to launch in January 2021.
Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will echo with a song on Christmas Eve as it holds its first choir concert since the massive fire that nearly destroyed the gothic masterpiece last year.
Disneyland Paris will remain closed for the holiday season despite its initial plan to welcome back visitors in time for Christmas celebrations.
Plans for a new floating resort near Dubai Marina have been unveiled, and it could be the next iconic accommodation option in the city.
The modern and luxurious resort, built into the mountains of the Sharaan Nature Reserve, is set to take visitors on a vivid sensory, spatial and emotional journey through time.
Tent-topped timber platforms form guest rooms in this eco-resort in Costa Rica, which Paris-based studio AW2 completed "without cutting down a single tree and without the use of concrete and nails".
Businesses in Italy are reviving the tradition of selling wine and other drinks from tiny wall hatches known as wine windows. The tradition dates back to the 1600s when Italy was in the grip of another pandemic.
Belgians are heading to the countryside for vacation this year, and many are discovering the half-tent, half-tree house structures in a forest in Borgloon, Belgium.
The ship won’t be stopping anywhere on the way, and passengers will stay on the boat for the entire two-week journey.
A new resort and casino is coming to Las Vegas, but you might need to leave the kids at home.
The iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa will soon have a stunning new attraction, a hotel built inside train carriages that sit atop a bridge.
The pavilion comprises a series of blocky timber "islands" dressed with furnishings by Prostoria.
Being constructed as part of The World Islands’ Heart of Europe Project, ‘Raining Street,’ is soon to become Dubai‘s hottest, or rather, coolest new destination.
One bar in London is taking a humorous approach to its staff wearing protective gear by dressing them as beekeepers.
Officials in London plan to reopen parts of the city centre as outdoor dining districts when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted in July.
Music returned to Barcelona's legendary Gran Teatre del Liceu on Monday with a string quartet playing to an audience made up entirely of house plants.
Those planning future travels to Iceland may be interested in checking out an amazing oceanfront geothermal lagoon that is set to open in the spring of 2021.
The Belgian government announced a raft of measures last week to encourage domestic tourism as the country emerges from three months of lockdown.
Algerians and Europeans, including British tourists, will be permitted back into the country from 27 June, and a further announcement about conditions of entry into the country is expected next week.
United Airlines will address coronavirus concerns by requiring passengers and crew to submit a health assessment before flying.
While many countries in the world have halted construction work and put projects on hold due to the pandemic, Saudi Arabia continues to move forward with its giga-projects, including the homeland of its forefathers, Diriyah.
As lockdowns ease and travelling resumes around the world, the chief concern is how to ensure everyone’s health and safety. The World Travel & Tourism Council has come up with a way of doing just that, thanks to a “safe travels” stamp.
At the police barracks at Dhaka’s Gulshan area in the diplomatic zone, members of the force began their day on Thursday with yoga sessions.
An afternoon spent sipping a coffee or wine on a café terrace is an essential Parisian experience and as lockdown measures are eased across France locals have returned to the terraces to continue the tradition.
Italy is on its way to having its own Camino de Santiago with a new route that will connect all of the country's national parks.
The first thing 103-year-old great-great-grandmother Jennie Stejna asked for once she was officially cleared of COVID-19 was to crack open a cold beer to celebrate.
The forecourt of the famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has opened to the public once again for the first time since the devastating blaze that damaged the iconic building over one year ago.
The ancient Wieliczka salt mine, begun in the 13th century, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Unveiled by Latvian design start-up Zeltini, the Z-Triton is a tiny electric camper that also transforms into a boat and a tricycle.
The Georgian government announced that domestic tourism can resume from 15 June while borders could open to foreign tourists as early as 1 July.
Universal Orlando plans to reopen on 5 June at reduced capacity and new health and with strict new safety procedures in place.
A New York City park took social distancing to the next level this weekend by drawing circles several feet apart for people to sit inside.
Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey announced that it will soon reopen its animal safari as a drive-thru.
A high-rise hotel in Athens has been ordered to demolish its top two floors following complaints the building was obstructing views of the Acropolis.
In Italy, the town of Vicchio, near Florence, has found a way to show people how to keep their distance in the town’s plaza without ruining its classic, aesthetic appeal.
A stunning new minimalist “floating bridge” is in the final stages of construction in Italy, with the eye-catching feat of engineering due to improve connectivity in the Liguria region.
With cinemas in Berlin closed for the foreseeable future a new initiative born out of lockdown is bringing the movie theatre to people's homes instead.
CYCLING IN POST-LOCKDOWN LONDON COULD INCREASE TEN-FOLD SAYS MAYOR
The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in Lancaster, California, is in full bloom.
Walt Disney World's shopping, dining, and entertainment complex will reopen May 20 after closing in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
European cities including Paris, Berlin and Milan are working to become more bike and pedestrian-friendly after lockdown.
Argentina has banned all internal and international commercial flights until September 1st as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Christian Lewis is taking self-isolation to the next level. He's completely alone on a tiny Scottish island with his dog, Jet.
This picture taken on June 18, 2018 shows tourists taking pictures of a mural at the now derelict ashram visited by the Beatles 50 years ago, in Rishikesh in northern India.
The London Eye, England and buildings along the Qiantang River, China turn blue in support of medical workers.
Lucas and her team of 12 dogs help make grocery deliveries across northern Maine.
Christians in the Philippines celebrate Palm Sunday on their laptop.
People enjoy the sun at an outdoor restaurant, despite the continuing spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Stockholm
You can find the adorable best friends at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, where they often spend their days playing together.
A packed drive-in movie theater in Essen, Germany, on Monday, March 30, 2020. Only two people are allowed per car, tickets are sold online only.