Leisure Travel

India opens 1st Partition museum 70 years after bloody event

Aug 15, 2017

India's first Partition museum tells the stories of those who survived the chaos and bloodshed 7 decades earlier

Americans sentenced in Panama for 5 murders

Aug 14, 2017

Panamanian authorities say a court has sentenced a U.S. man and his ex-wife to prison for robbing and killing five other Americans in a Caribbean tourist destination

Van Gogh 'Sunflowers' reunited online

Aug 14, 2017

Five masterpieces by Vincent van Gogh are being reunited for the first time through Facebook live.

Americans sentenced in Panama for 5 murders

Aug 14, 2017

A court in Panama has sentenced American William Dathan Holbert to 47 years in prison for robbing and killing five other Americans in a Caribbean tourist destination

Project aims to attract tourists to remote Albanian villages

Aug 14, 2017

An ambitious project is aiming to open up remote villages in the highlands of southern Albania to the outside world and to tourists wanting to discover the spectacular natural beauty and rural way of life of the more isolated parts of the country

North Korean tensions aren't deterring tourists from Guam

Aug 13, 2017

The U.S. territory of Guam has been the subject of angry threats exchanged by North Korea and the United States during the past week, but that's not keeping tourists away from the tropical island

Tour operator in Amish country gets in tiff over his tuk-tuk

Aug 13, 2017

Pennsylvania utility regulators are making a big to-do over Timm Wenger's tuk-tuk

After 30 years, museum gets stolen piece by modern master

Aug 12, 2017

Officials say a valuable painting from the University of Arizona Museum of Art has been recovered from New Mexico more than three decades after thieves first made off with the stolen piece

Barcelona residents protest unchecked growth of mass tourism

Aug 12, 2017

Around a hundred Barcelona residents have gathered on the Spanish city's beach to protest the unchecked growth of mass tourism to the popular vacation destination

APNewsBreak: Pearl Harbor nonprofit CEO leaves organization

Aug 11, 2017

A nonprofit that supports National Park Service operations at Pearl Harbor says its CEO is no longer with the organization

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