It might be smaller and less popular than its sibling to the west, but Minnesota’s capital city has a spirited side that is unrivaled by its twin.

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From Diagon Alley to 4 Privet Drive: A fan compares immersive wizarding worlds on two continents.

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Even if you take your own with you, there can be complications.

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Whether in Rome or Portland, Ore., you can make the most of a city from inside your shell.

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Highlights

On a Baltic Sea cruise, board in Sweden and wake up in Latvia — then do it in reverse

The ships resemble leisure boats but act like ferries, with daily overnight service between Stockholm and Riga.

Getting a taste of Singapore’s famously flavorful street food

The government has submitted a bid to add the nation-state’s hawker culture to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

At the Large Hadron Collider, a peek at the future of science

During a two-year maintenance shutdown, visitors can visit the cavern that houses the largest machine on Earth.

  • Perspective

Look for experience, certified expertise and a solid reputation when shopping for advice.

The road around the bay is dotted with medieval villages and family-friendly beaches.

  • Erin E. Williams
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It might be smaller and less popular than its sibling to the west, but Minnesota’s capital city has a spirited side that is unrivaled by its twin.

  • Melanie D.G. Kaplan
  • ·

Amid the sea of enticing food and drink, could they return rejuvenated and no less fit than before?

The ships resemble leisure boats but act like ferries, with daily overnight service between Stockholm and Riga.

She slept on a hammock, shared space with spiders, ate chicken and rice, and contentedly watched the jungle pass by.

  • Emily Gillespie
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Where and when you cruise and whom you book through can all affect pricing.

  • Perspective

Some reasons are not at all what you might expect.

In the area around the Mexican state’s capital, you’ll find stark beauty, art and adventures.

  • Erin E. Williams
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With a season’s pass, you can save money on slopes from Pennsylvania to the West Coast.

The UNESCO World Heritage site in Kentucky is home to the world’s longest known cave system.

  • Michael Schroeder
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Properties often use the honey in their dining and drinking options.

  • Sunny Fitzgerald
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The government has submitted a bid to add the nation-state’s hawker culture to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

  • Liza Weisstuch
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Navigating your nautical getaway comes with challenges, including how to stay connected and keep costs down.

  • Nevin Martell
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The university town is less crowded and more laid-back than the bustling capital.

  • Nina B. Lichtenstein
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  • Perspective

The booklet, which translates your U.S. license into 10 languages, may be one of the least-understood travel documents.

The 178-year-old company, the world's first tour operator, had struggled with debt and competing in the online era.

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