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The return of the legendary US airline you've probably never heard of
Some airline brands die forever. Others, it seems, go into suspended animation, waiting to be reborn when the time's right to take to the skies once again.

Australia wants you back after the fires. Here's where to go
Australia wants you to know that it's not all blackened and charred.

Inside one of the world's newest (and wettest!) national parks
If the Everglades and the Serengeti had a child together, it might look a bit like the Iberá Wetlands of northeastern Argentina.

A glimpse of Tokyo's timeless architecture
Host Hidetoshi Nakata takes us on a tour of Tokyo's stunning Geihinkan -- the State Guest House -- which accommodates heads of states and diplomats visiting Japan.

Airline makes woman take a pregnancy test
Low cost carrier Hong Kong Express has apologized after it demanded that a passenger take a pregnancy test and prove she was not pregnant before boarding a flight to the US Pacific island of Saipan.

A Chinese traveler was caught trying to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka
A unnamed Chinese traveler was caught red-handed when he attempted to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka on Monday.

Living in Amsterdam's red-light district
Amsterdam's De Wallen red-light district has long been one of the city's most provocative neighborhoods thanks to its notorious window brothels.

The food that's taken centuries to perfect
Egypt and food go back thousands of years. They've had time to get it right -- so check out these dishes and drinks to try if you travel there.

Are we one step closer to pilotless commercial jets?
The concept of pilotless commercial jet flight has been bandied about for years.

Phenomenon creates ice 'branches' on frozen lake
Drone footage shows a frozen lake in China featuring icy "branches."

South Korea could open up North Korea travel
South Koreans may soon be able to travel on their own to North Korea under new rules being considered by their government.

Shakespeare fans can stay in Juliet-inspired house this Valentine's Day
For Shakespeare enthusiasts and hopeless romantics, this year's Valentine's Day could be the most memorable yet.

Spain's new laws to clamp down on 'booze tourism'
They've got a reputation for sun-soaking, all-night-partying and all-round-hedonism, but Spain's Balearic Islands are attempting a rebrand.

Why this Central Asian country is an underrated gem
From the center of the Silk Road, through Soviet upheaval to modern day marvel, Uzbekistan is emerging as one of Central Asia's most fascinating places to visit.

The story behind the spirit of Brazil
Mexico has tequila. Colombia has aguardiente. Cuba has rum. Brazil's spirit goes by the name of cachaça, a rum-like liquor steeped in history.

A pivotal moment for civil rights history in Tallahassee
CNN's Johnita Due shows us around Tallahassee, Florida, where you can see how the actions of civil rights activists, including Due's parents, contributed to the national movement.

20 best new Asia-Pacific restaurants to try in 2020
It's hardly surprising that the world's largest and most populous continent has an astonishing variety of places to eat.

Another Italian town is selling dozens of $1 homes
Bisaccia, Italy's southern Campania region, is putting 90 dilapidated buildings on the market and is hoping groups of friends or large families will buy multiple properties.

He nearly died hang gliding. Then he did this...
Chris Gurksy nearly died hang gliding. No, that's not an exaggeration. There's a viral video to prove it.

Wanted: Caretakers for unoccupied island
If your sweetheart turns to you tonight and whispers "shall we try for a little one?", don't dismiss them out of hand.

What it was like to grow up in Soviet Moldova
For as long as I can remember, I have struggled to explain to people where I'm from.

Ever wondered what the signs of the Chinese zodiac and their corresponding animals mean? Check out the photos in CNN Travel's gallery and find out.

What's in store for the Year of the Rat?
So Man-fung Peter, one of Hong Kong's most famous geomancy consultants, shares his insights on the coming year and offers a few tips on how to incorporate feng shui into your travels.

Wuhan coronavirus: Is it safe to travel?
Much is still unknown about the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak and health officials are urging vigilance.

Wuhan: Inside the Chinese city at the center of the coronavirus outbreak
For many, Wuhan was an unfamiliar word until this month, when the Chinese city was thrust into the spotlight as word of the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus hit headlines around the world. But it's actually one of the most populated cities in China

With Europe second only to Asia as the fastest growing regional tourist destination, cities across the continent are stepping up efforts to curb overcrowding and improve conditions for locals.

The destinations fighting overtourism in 2020
From Venice to Barcelona, destinations across Europe announced measures to combat overtourism in 2019. Did they succeed?

Airport screenings for the Wuhan coronavirus increase around the world
As the Lunar New Year travel rush picks up, airports in countries including Thailand, Australia and the United States are increasing health screenings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which first appeared in Wuhan, China.

This frozen lake looks like the inside of a kaleidoscope
This drone footage captured over a frozen lake in northwest China looks like the inside of a kaleidoscope.

Mushing through the snow, dog sledders compete in Czech race
Dozens of mushers from around Europe are taking part in this year's 24th Sedivackuv Long Trail dogsled race, set in the Czech Republic's picturesque Orlicke mountains.

Pagan spring in Belarus
Residents of the Belarusian village of Noviny celebrated the end of New Year celebration of Koliada and greeted the imminent arrival of spring.

Protester interrupts Trump impeachment trial
Democratic congressman Hakeem Jeffries during his remarks at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial was abruptly interrupted by a protester, as captured on video from Senate TV.

Dark-skinned prosthetics for a white industry
Michael Sunday is delighted, if not a little stunned, as he admires his new right hand: A silicone glove-like prosthetic meant to help him return to normal life after he lost three fingers in a car accident a year ago.

A backyard hydroponic farm beats Zimbabwe's drought
Venensia Mukarati, a 50-year-old mother of two, is using hydroponics to grow vegetables for some of Harare's top restaurants, defying drought and an economic crisis that have left millions needing food aid.

Florida python hunters wrestle invasive snakes
Dozens of hunters prowled the Everglades during Florida’s 10-day Python Bowl.

Florida's python hunters wrestle invasive snakes
Dozens of hunters are prowling the Everglades during Florida's 10-day Python Bowl, which ends Monday, armed with bags and long metal hooks. Many take the snakes in live for cash prizes - in an effort to help the state fight off the invasive south Asian snakes. Jillian Kitchener has more.

Like 'rain': LA teachers sue Delta over fuel dump
Four teachers sued Delta Air Lines on Friday alleging negligence for dumping jet fuel "like rain" in a densely populated area affecting them and their students. Gavino Garay reports.

A blessing for all - Madrid's pets to go church
Cats, dogs and turtles were blessed at a church in Madrid to mark St. Anthony's day, the patron saint of animals.

Swapping tear gas for teddy bears at Paris pension protest
Giant teddy bears adorned a metal police barricade at a pension reform protest in Paris on Thursday, bringing a smile to police officers' faces in the latest round of demonstrations that have sometimes turned violent.