Focusing on national monuments instead of national parks, this traveler deepened her understanding of a beloved state.

  • Anna Mazurek
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Casinos across the country reopen to high demand, with pandemic measures in place.

  • Erika Mailman
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Check local health regulations, watch the weather and your spending, and be willing to play along.

  • John Bordsen
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To stay safe when temperatures soar, choose your destination wisely, bring plenty of water and exercise common sense.


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What’s next for summer travel?

Travel section reporters and editors answer your questions June 28 at 2 p.m.

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The European travel outlook, passport renewal delays and the importance of having a Plan B

Read a transcript of the Travel section's weekly online discussion.

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Travel Q&A: Ride hailing woes, when to book 2022 vacations and Napa for non-drinkers (June 14)

During the pandemic, the ancient Mongolian dwellings have become a glamping staple.

Focusing on national monuments instead of national parks, this traveler deepened her understanding of a beloved state.

  • Anna Mazurek
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Check out the arts spaces, eateries and hotels that have opened in Miami since the start of the pandemic.

  • Jen Rose Smith
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On a road trip from New Hampshire to North Dakota, a traveler passes through several states of mind.

  • Tom Haines
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From curbside check-ins to a robot that delivers snacks, hotels are offering less contact as an amenity.

Spared by glaciers during the last Ice Age, the Dritftless Area is a hint of Appalachia in the Midwest.

  • Carson Vaughan
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A DIY history tour through the life of a 19th-century congressman with a surprisingly contemporary perspective on human rights.

  • James F. Lee
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Treehouses beckon to travelers interested in socially distanced roosts promising sweeping views. But read the listings carefully.

  • Joanne Cleaver
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Car-sharing, coupons and lesser-known rental companies can help summer travelers get through the ‘carpocalypse.’

Much is still in flux as the cruise industry ramps up again.

A family goes on a mountan biking adventure in a region that’s rapidly emerging as a prime destination for outdoor recreation.

  • John Briley
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Tectonic movements have shaped the region’s mountains, valleys and coastal plain and influenced the locations of its cities, while the last ice age resulted in the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Walter Nicklin
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A trio of major lake destinations beckons D.C.-area vacationers. Here’s how to tell which is which.

  • Amanda Loudin
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What’s better than a summer road trip? A summer road trip to a destination restaurant.

  • Nevin Martell
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Bogus travel deals proliferated amid the confusion and cancellations of the past year.

Entries will be accepted until August 18, 2021.

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