Find out how a pampered pooch and her doting owners fare during two New York City hotel stays.
Writer Nicole Pensiero hops on a guided tour to pack in as much Spain as she can in a little over a week.
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 like patatas bravas (fried potatoes in a spicy tomato sauce), tortilla de patata (potato omelet) […]
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 day, crowds filled the museum to capacity – not because of public passion for the […]