Many Americans and Canadians have a great chance to see the northern lights on Friday night and early Saturday morning.
The three-liter bottle, set with over 3,500 diamonds, has broken multiple world records.
Isola delle Femmine is in the heart of a scuba diving and snorkeling mecca off the coat of Sicily. It could be yours from $1.1million.
It began with a poem.
If British food has come in for a bit of mockery over the years, it isn’t because the recipes are wrong, it’s because they’re misunderstood.
The United Nations’ has released its annual World Happiness Report. Can you guess which country took the the No. 1 spot?
From Malibu Pier to Nobu Ryokan, see fun photos of CNN Travel’s favorite spots in Malibu, California.
Concerns about cameras fitted to airplane seats have prompted two US senators to demand that airlines clarify how the devices are used.
An airline has apologized to a 21-year-old woman for threatening to offload her from a flight for wearing “inappropriate” attire.
Northern Cyprus, the country that doesn’t exist in the eyes of the world, is a complex place, as seen in these photos.
When you’re the person who can make the impossible possible, you’re going to get some strange requests.
An extraordinarily close encounter between a scientist and a killer whale has been captured on camera.
A look inside Adare Manor, an estate in the Irish countryside that was christened “Hotel of the Year” by the influential Virtuoso network.
It’s almost here.
Chinese President Xi Jinping officially opened the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge Tuesday at a ceremony in the southern city of Zhuhai.
A Boeing 757 struggles to land at an airport in England as crosswinds gust up to 40 knots.
Facing powerful winds, TUI pilot Brenda Riepsaame Wassink turned her Boeing 757-200 sideways to touch down safely at Bristol Airport, England.
After more than a century of illegal construction work, Barcelona’s towering Sagrada Familia church has finally agreed to make things right with the city council.
The Pando aspen clone is an ancient, sprawling tree system in Utah, and it is slowly caving in on itself. Scientists think they know why.