We can all agree that there's nothing like using a spotless restroom.
Actress Sophia Bush has put an annoying plane passenger on blast after she was pestered during a recent flight.
This eastern Ontario town is a surprising blend of everything from shimmering rivers to sensational shopping.
Hotel prices in Canada and the U.S. could climb as much as 5% next year, but airfares should remain flat, a new study suggests.
From the bayous of Louisiana to the beauty of Vancouver to the streets of Paris, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival movies are set in great travel destinations.
Members of the world's largest online cruise community, CruiseCritic.com, have chosen their favourite ports of call.
I was impressed with a number of things in New Brunswick, which I hadn’t visited in years.
Sandra Bullock had Harry Connick, Jr. sweating on a plane ride back from a screen test for their 1998 movie Hope Floats when she started unbuttoning her shirt in front of him.
American Airlines, who worked with Clint Eastwood on his new drama Sully, said the critically-acclaimed movie will not be available to passengers on in-flight entertainment.
Sometimes I wonder why I lug my bag through airports, following my own recommendation to pack light enough to carry it on.
A new way to avoid bag fees and still look -- and smell -- like a million bucks on the road?
Spike TV's hugely popular 'Lip Sync Battle' is coming to Carnival Cruise Lines, allowing travellers to unleash their inner rock star on the high seas.
“The voice is done by a guy who owns that shop,” my guide tells me, pointing to a nearby gift store.
Actress-turned-designer Anouska Hempel has given London’s The Franklin hotel a style makeover.
It all started when a Skyscanner user got a puzzling flight itinerary that included a nearly 414,000-hour layover in Bangkok.
In advance of the 15th anniversary, we look at the new buildings, museums, memorials and hotels in Lower Manhattan that are both bringing visitors back to the area and keeping the memory of those killed in the tragic attacks alive.
For years, Canadians with smartphones or similar devices ran into huge problems when visiting the U.S. or other countries. Stories about enormous cellular phone or data bills were common.
I’m touring the gardens outside a series of buildings made of tens of thousands of old bottles.
Toronto is blessed with so many great things to do and places to stay.