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Archaeologists uncover 'monumental' structure in Israel from the Bible

Archaeologists discovered a monumental structure from the Bible that confirms Jerusalem was once divided. The area was split into the Ophel and the Millo areas.


15 Things The TSA Wants Us To Stop Doing

Discover the top 15 things the TSA wants travelers to stop doing. Our article highlights common mistakes and tips to streamline your airport experience. From packing tips to security line etiquette, find out how to make your next trip smoother and stress-free.


20 of America's Best Historic Homes You Definitely Have to Visit

Yes, it's time to plan a trip!


Rare historic photos of capital cities around the world

Take a trip back in time with us as we dig through some of the oldest photographic images ever taken of the world’s capital cities, ranging across six continents.


Is The World cruise ship a home, a luxury hotel, a country club? It’s all of them at once

Expect 'six, seven-star' service on The World cruise ship, which has on board 165 residences that cost up to US$15 million each to own Picture this: you are on your way to Antarctica, the world's southernmost continent. Travelling by ship, you pass penguin and seal colonies, and an active volcano, and traverse icy channels. You marvel in the grande...


Food facts that airlines don't want you to know

Taking a flight soon? Worried about what you're eating? Fear not, this gallery will answer most (if not all) your questions about airline food. Read on for trivia about why airlines use undercooked meats and why you will never eat raw food in flights.


The 30 places you must visit before you die

Traveling is a luxury that many of us love. Any chance we get, we're on the next flight! Whether you're looking for incredible outdoor views and experiences or some simplicity and quiet, this list is the perfect place to find your next adventure. Here, you'll find 30 world-renowned locations that you absolutely must see before you die. So, pack your bags and get ready to experience places you might have only dreamed of. Curious about which places made the list? Click through now to explore further.


Would you hike the Pacific Crest Trail?

The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a ankle-straining, blister-inducing long-distance hiking trail that spans 4,270 km (2,653 mi) from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington. One of the toughest walking and backpacking challenges in the world, the PCT summits, snakes, dips, and weaves through seven national parks and 25 national forests, meandering over and around a beautiful and dramatic landscape of mountains and meadows, rivers and lakes, and valley and vales. Designated a National Scenic Trail in 1968, although not officially inaugurated until 1993, the PCT provided the scenic backdrop for 'Wild,' a biographical adventure drama released in 2014 and starring Reese Witherspoon. Like in the movie, completing the trail requires strength, stamina, and a passion for the great outdoors. Are these qualities that you possess? Click through the following gallery, lace up your boots, and discover some the PTC's most notable locations.


After a Night at These Luxurious New International Hotels, You’ll Never Want to Come Home.

Wanderlust is not a deadly sin.


30 Ancient Ruins That Still Amaze Travelers

Discover the allure of ancient civilizations as we unveil The World’s Most Incredible Ancient Ruins. Immerse yourself in the rich history and architectural marvels of bygone eras, from the mystical Machu Picchu to the majestic Pyramids of Giza. Unearth the secrets of these enigmatic sites and embark on a virtual journey through time. Join us as we explore the fascinating stories behind these ruins, shedding light on the remarkable achievements of our ancestors.


Server reveals her budget travel hack for exploring the world on a low income after visiting 10 countries in just three years

Celeste Cox, from New York, has revealed how she has managed to globetrot for the past three years and visit 10 countries, despite earning a low salary.


The best Delta customers can hope for is a simple refund

Delta is still canceling and delaying flights days after the botched CrowdStrike update.


SIA flash sales will take you around Asia starting from S$268!

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines, a consistent winner of the world’s best airlines awards, is holding a... The post SIA flash sales will take you around Asia starting from S$268! appeared first on The Independent Singapore News - Latest Breaking News


Virgin Atlantic boss warns passengers will soon be charged green levy

Virgin Atlantic's chief executive Shai Weiss said the green surcharge is set to be in force by the end of 2025 and will help make travellers aware of why prices are rising.


Spectacular "Hidden Gem" Vacation Destinations

If you want the unforgettable trip without the crowds, visit one of these hidden gems. You won't regret it.


Gone forever: Incredible extinct animals that once roamed our planet

From gigantic land mammals to strange sea creatures, discover 40 amazing animals that once roamed Earth and are now extinct.


Delta slammed as airline is hit by fifth day of chaos after IT outage

Horrified would-be passengers have said that the delays and cancellations at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport have led to 'mile long queues'.


Real-Life Pirate Hideaways Anyone Can Visit

There are still many pirate hideaways out there today. Some you can visit, and others so dangerous you wouldn’t dare come within miles of them.


The hottest and coldest places on the planet

If you are one of those people who suffers from changes in temperature more than most, then it's probably best to stay away from these places. With temperatures as high as a sweltering 70 °C, or as low as a bone-chilling -93.2 °C, these places are the regions with the most impressive recorded temperatures on the planet. And there are even the meteorological records to prove it. Prepare yourself for some intense temperatures. Take a look at the gallery!


Travel hotspots! Countries with the highest UV levels

The ultraviolet index (UVI) is a measure of the level of UV radiation. UVI 3 is the level above which sun protection is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). But some of the most popular vacation destinations on the planet regularly experience a UVI of anywhere between 8 and 11. This means anybody failing to cover up in such conditions runs the risk of damaging their health, not least by promoting the onset of skin cancer. But how do you interpret UVI, and where in the world are some of the worst travel hotspots? Click through and discover the countries with the greatest UV levels.


Stay safe in Bear Country: Must-know tips for campers and hikers


The Underwater Restaurant That Blew Our Minds

Discover Under, the largest underwater restaurant in the world. With panoramic views and a 12 course meal, find out what makes this fine dining restaurant one of the world's most treasured attractions.


21 Creative Ways to Use Rocks in Your Landscaping

Carve out naturally beautiful borders, stairs, and sitting areas.


A Southwest Boeing 737 Max was just 150 feet above the ocean before being told to pull up, reports say

The FAA is investigating after a Southwest flight headed to Tampa was diverted to Fort Lauderdale after reaching a dangerously low altitude.


Cal, Stanford ready for cross-country flights in their new ACC home

Stanford and Cal are ready for the challenges that will come with cross-country travel for football games in their new ACC home this fall.


How to travel a lot more comfortably

No matter what mode of transport you are taking, traveling can be uncomfortable. Sitting in one position in a noisy and stuffy plane, train, or bus can leave you feeling drained. From not being able to sleep because of noisy passengers to feeling bored because your device has run out of battery, it can be tedious even for the most patient people. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With a little bit of preparation, you can avoid most annoyances experienced while traveling. Click through this gallery to learn about what you can do to make your next travel experience a lot more comfortable.


22 Adults-Only Resorts for a Well-Deserved Vacation

These romantic retreats have everything you need—except children.


Welcome to ‘Little Britain’ in Paris – inside Team GB’s Olympics performance lodge

“This is absolutely the jewel in the crown”, declares Mark England, Team GB’s chef de mission, surveying the Lycée René Auffray high school in Clichy on the outskirts of Paris which, for the next three weeks, has been transformed into a bespoke ‘performance lodge’. Put simply, it is a one-stop hub for athletes, families and friends to relax, unwind...


Pictured: The nail-biting mountain ladder in Norway 2,600ft above sea level - with people who climb it appearing to 'float in the air'. Would YOU dare tackle it?

The 120-step stairway, called 'Stigull', measures 40 metres in length (131ft) and overlooks the village of Loen and a stunning fjord. It forms part of a route to the summit of Mount Hoven at 3,316ft.


Is this the deadliest road in the world? Travelers think so.

Discover Death Road in Bolivia, once dubbed the most dangerous road in the world. Find out why this road is so dangerous and what makes it so appealing.


The most DANGEROUS countries in the world right now - and the safest

These are the most and least peaceful countries in the world, according to the 2024 Global Peace Index, which is based on three different factors: societal safety and security, ongoing domestic and international conflict, and militarisation.


Ranked: countries with the lowest crime rates

To assess the safety and security of a nation, looking at the rate of crime is the first port of call. Countries that might be considered safe based on several criteria may actually have a higher rate of crime than you'd think. For this reason, low crime rates, taken by themselves, are important to examine, as they offer valuable information. By looking at the context that creates those low crime rates, we can better understand how some policies successfully keep the level of lawlessness in a country under control. Intrigued? Click on to discover the countries with the lowest rates of crime, ranked.


Cologne Airport: Flights grounded as climate protesters block runway

At least four flights have been diverted to nearby airports while police deal with activists.


The world's strangest museums


Paris is ready for the Olympics

Paris will host the Olympics and Paralympics this summer, with thousands of stellar athletes and millions of tourists expected to visit the French capital. The countdown to the Games is on, so click through this gallery to find out everything you need to know, from the newly debuted sports to where the opening ceremony will be held.


Southwest Airlines plane has 'near catastrophe'

Federal officials are investigating an incident in which a Southwest Airlines jet flew as low as 150 feet over water, narrowly avoiding complete disaster.


Travel destinations you should make an effort to see

The world is vast and with so many places to see it's often difficult to choose which destinations to tick off the wish list. But there are some countries that are definitely worth traveling to, whether for their cultural significance, outstanding wildlife, or natural beauty. Click through the gallery for a tour of where you need to go and what you must see.


Fallen soldier Eitan Rosenzweig’s art is on display at the Bible Lands Museum

The exhibition at the Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem showcases Eitan Rosenzweig’s art and writings, honoring the late IDF soldier’s legacy and resilience.


Step Inside this historic mansion with a tragic titanic connection

Take a tour of this spectacular New Jersey mansion, built from the fortunes of Macy's founding family after they tragically perished on the RMS Titanic


Revealed: The islands that left tourists 'speechless', from the U.S archipelago with an 'embarrassment of riches' to the remote British hotspot that 'feels like a different planet'

Reddit users have shared their favourite holiday islands. A tourist kicked off the discussion when they asked: 'What island left you absolutely speechless?'


Construction continues on new $122 million U.S. 1 bridge in Florida

Construction continues on new $122 million U.S. 1 bridge in Florida


Knights of Columbus covers shrine's mosaics by ex-Jesuit artist accused of abusing women

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest Catholic fraternal group, has covered up defining features of the mosaics in its Washington D.C. shrine after the famous ex-Jesuit artist who designed them was accused of abusing women. The influential Catholic charitable organization announced earlier this month that it was covering the works as a sign of solidarity with victims of abuse since they “may be further injured by the...


Breaching whale lands on small boat and sends one man straight into the sea

Everyone escaped unharmed after a whale breached and landed on a boat in Portsmouth Harbor.


20 Luxurious Safari Lodges We Can’t Wait To Visit

Embark on a journey of opulence and adventure with our guide to the most luxurious safaris in the world. Indulge your senses in the lap of wildlife luxury as we unveil unparalleled experiences, from lavish accommodations amidst untamed landscapes to bespoke wildlife encounters that redefine safari sophistication.


13 Amusement Parks in the U.S. That Are Completely Free to Enter

A few even charge you nothing for parking and entertainment. Amusement parks are synonymous with so many wonderful things: fun in the sun, rollercoasters and carousels, games galore and delicious food. And all in a colorful, jubilant, family-friendly setting. The only issue? Joy like that does not typically come cheap. Or can it? Well, at these 13 amusement parks across the U.S., from the Golden to the Garden States, you can save on one very important front: entry. While the vast majority of amusement parks — including Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens — require tickets just to walk through the gates, these resorts and parks do not. Of course, if you want to ride the rides or snack on the snacks, you'll still have to open your wallet. (A good thing can only go so far!) But if you're someone who's more about the vibes than the rides, this is the list for you. Make sure you scroll to the bottom: There's one very famous park that's about to go "open gate" with its water parks for guests staying on property. (Hint: It's home to a special mouse!)


Tourists run for their lives after 'unusually large eruption' at Yellowstone's Biscuit Basin geyser

It blew like a volcano.


Beautiful Cities in Greece That Deserve More Love

Don't overlook these hidden gems!


30 stunning natural wonders of the world

Our planet is a treasure trove of awe-inspiring landscapes and remarkable natural wonders that have captivated explorers, adventurers, and travelers for generations. Whether you're a seasoned globe-trotter or simply looking to be inspired, this gallery is a testament to the breathtaking diversity and wonder that Mother Nature has to offer. From towering mountains to enchanting underwater realms, these 30 natural wonders represent the pinnacle of Earth's beauty. Click on to discover them all!


Deaths feared as Nepal plane crashes during take-off

An airline official told the BBC that the Saurya Airlines flight was headed to Pokhara, a popular tourism destination.


Ranked: the world's most unusual fast food locations

From a McDonald's on an aeroplane to a Pizza Hut with a view of the Egyptian pyramids, we've found the world's most awe-inspiring fast food joints, counting down to the most incredible of all...