The Badger State capital is the quintessential college town — packed with trendy restaurants, bars and shops — and is likely to satisfy all tastes.

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Restrictions’ impact on travelers remains uncertain.

In Yunnan province, a week-long cycling tour includes local homestays and tutelage in the history of tea.

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  • Perspective

Some data experts aren’t convinced that the benefits of biometrics are worth the risks.


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Is it safe to travel to Hong Kong? I went to find out.

The age of mass protests is forcing tourists to rethink how they travel.

Why Montreal wants you to visit in the winter

Quebec’s largest city hosts an array of cold-weather festivals that tempt visitors to venture outdoors.

Waco, Tex., needed fixing. Luckily, Chip and Joanna Gaines had the tools.

The celebrity duo have turned the city into a top tourist destination, with new projects on the way.

With many units being repurposed for travelers, and neighborhoods losing local character, some residents and officials are pushing back.

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The terrain is similar, but the smaller resort has a homey atmosphere and untouched snow.

  • John Briley
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The tourist attractions in the north and east, including Old San Juan, are damage-free.

The Badger State capital is the quintessential college town — packed with trendy restaurants, bars and shops — and is likely to satisfy all tastes.

  • Kate Silver
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The Museo de Ropa Etnica de Mexico showcases apparel representing 25 ethnic groups from 16 states.

  • Necee Regis
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Taos Ski Valley achieves an ambitious goal: “Improve everything without changing anything.”

  • John Briley
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From the Coffee Bean Caucus to the Field of (Presidential) Dreams.

The company, which set the industry standard when it started in 2010, ceases operations next week.

An essential overview for the prospective traveler.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The preserve is “even more pure and vast,” says artist Phillip K. Smith III. “No one is there.”

  • Audrey Hoffer
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  • Perspective

Asking a few questions will clarify how travel by rail compares with driving or flying.

Research your destination, and if you decide to proceed, prepare well.

  • Sunny Fitzgerald
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Woodrow Wilson’s second wife, Edith Bolling Wilson, was first lady from 1915 to 1921.

  • James F. Lee
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From the Fur Rondy to the Polar Bear Plunge, travelers can find lots of fun ways to chill.

  • Danielle Braff
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The French city famously dubbed a ‘World Capital of Gastronomy’ in 1935 still delivers.

  • Sylvie Bigar
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Dubbed ‘ghost cats,’ they are among the most difficult animals to see in the wild.

  • Dina Mishev
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  • Perspective

Don’t wait till the 11th hour to buy the cheapest ticket on an airline you know nothing about.

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