A plethora of new cultural, dining and lodging options await visitors to the City of Light.

  • Mary Winston Nicklin
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In Ohio, Hocking Hills State Park offers family-friendly waterfalls, ravines and caves.

  • Christine Dell'Amore
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A plethora of new cultural, dining and lodging options await visitors to the City of Light.

  • Mary Winston Nicklin
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Here’s how indoorsy people can connect with nature — and why they should.

  • Liz Langley
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  • Perspective

What is there to do in Paris right now? Get the answer to this and other summer travel questions.

Travel section writers and editors answer your questions Monday, July 26, at 2 p.m.

  • Perspective

A return to cruising, proof of vaccination in Europe and tips for flying with a cat

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

  • Perspective

Last-minute beach options, covid testing for returning U.S. citizens and beloved London attractions

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

Cape May, the Wildwoods, Avalon and Stone Harbor draw visitors to the southern end of the South Jersey shore.

  • Amanda Loudin
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To ease the pain of weather delays, experts suggest preparing a backup plan, flying early and joining a loyalty program, among other tips.

In New Orleans, new hotels greet travelers with familiar festivals and fresh destinations.

  • Jen Rose Smith
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  • Perspective

The short answer? It depends on how you define normal.

‘We’ll always have Paros’: Making memories on a freewheeling driving tour of the idyllic Greek island.

  • Sara Lieberman
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A North Carolina native returns to savor the comforts of home.

  • Virginia Brown
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Plentiful deck chairs and buffet servers: How the pandemic has changed the cruise experience.

Across the country, mid-century motels are being reimagined as hip, affordable accommodations.

  • Necee Regis
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Headed to the Faroe Islands? Here’s what to do, eat, buy, say (and not say) and more.

  • Jeanine Barone
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In Chicago, a musical tour-de-force is on tap along with arresting art exhibits and new restaurants.

  • Jen Rose Smith
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  • Perspective

With demand unusually high, travelers are looking beyond traditional rental platforms this summer.

The Valley Relics Museum curates the history of California’s much-maligned San Fernando Valley.

  • Courtney Lichterman
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Lockdown took away London’s noise and crowds, but the sounds of theaters, pubs and people are slowly returning.

  • Will Hawkes
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Necessity spurred innovation in augmented and virtual reality as destinations tried to maintain connection with travelers and enhance on-site experiences.

  • Payal Dhar
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Seven quick tips for taking a road trip in an electric vehicle — without running out of charge.

  • Jack D. Smith
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  • Perspective

Here’s what you need to know if you want to cancel a trip this summer.

If you’re traveling to Europe this summer, stick to one country or travel with an organized group; save the Grand Tour for 2022. Grand Tour is UC. it’s a proper name

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