Stands the Church clock at ten to three? And is there honey still for tea? In Toronto, yes — it’s been a tradition for decades.
Even in sprawling Texas, free people-watching is there for the taking. You just have to know where to look.
The City Traveler’s far-flung correspondents are already booking their 2011 destinations. Here’s a sneak peak at where they’re headed.
For JoAnn Greco some cities need to be explored again and again. Even if it means others remain on the one-of-these-days list.
The phrase, “eating tour,” neatly summed up a recent trip to Spain. My partner and I made it our mission to work our way through a succession of fabulous tapas spots in Madrid, Cordoba and Seville. This sampling of staples…
Sustainability was the name of the Games this year. Among other things, that means plenty of fun for visitors after athletes and crowds depart. Here’s a peek at what you’ll find in Vancouver – and other venues from this year’s Winter Olympics – after the games are over.
Hotels around the globe are painting the town red — and pink! — for Valentine’s Day. Here’s a sampling of packages, all which include one night’s accommodations, natch. PLUS: a new contest from TheCityTraveler!
When the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul staged Turkey’s first-ever exhibition of work by Pablo Picasso in 2003, promotional billboards covered the city’s walls with the venue and dates of the exhibition, and just a single word: “Picasso.” On opening…
Now’s the time to make your travel “wish list” for the new year.
Cities around the globe are celebrating the holiday season in their own unique styles. From New York to Sydney, Rome to Tokyo, here’s a smattering of festive celebrations!