Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to offer free vaccinations to all tourists at popular attractions.
Sixty years after Alan Shepard became the first American in space, everyday people are on the verge of following in his cosmic footsteps.
In announcement sure to be welcomed by travelers worldwide, the EU’s executive branch has proposed easing restrictions on visiting the 27-nation bloc as vaccination campaigns keep gathering speed.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is kicking off an auction for a seat on the company’s first crew spaceflight — a short Shepard-like hop launched by a rocket named New Shepard. The Texas liftoff is targeted for July 20, the date of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
After more than a year of pandemic closures and cancelations, Americans are eager to get out of the house and on the road or in the sky. So make your domestic travel plans now.
Many Americans are eager to get out of the house and hop on a plane to Europe, which is poised to open its doors to vaccinated tourists.
A high-speed commuter ferry company is launching whale-watching cruises that leave directly from Manhattan.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $30 million effort through NYC & Company to bring back tourists.
A trio of U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would allow the cruise industry to start sailing again by July 4th.
Beginning Thursday, domestic travelers will no longer have to quarantine when flying into the state, although state health officials are still recommending people quarantine after domestic travel as an added precaution.
The CDC said Wednesday its no-sail order will remain in place until Nov. 1 for cruise ships, despite a request from the Cruise Lines International Association to lift the order several months early.
Pope Francis, in a letter made public by the Vatican, noted that the pandemic emergency "negatively impacted all sources of revenue" for the Holy See and Vatican City State.
More than two dozen groups representing airlines and others in the tourism industry want the Biden administration to come up with a plan to reduce restrictions on international travel.
The National Park Service has added Malcolm X's boyhood home in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Canadian government has extended a ban on cruise ships through February 2022, which is expected to block trips from visiting Alaska this year.
New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell announced that all bars will be closed and liquor sales will be banned during Mardi Gras weekend in order to curb the spread of COVID-19.
New York City's newest public park is under construction in Hudson River Park by West 13th Street. It is called Little Island and is on track to open to the public in spring 2021. Construction of the park is largely funded by the Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation.
Oklahoma state Rep. Justin Humphrey says a Bigfoot hunting season will boost visitors to his "beautiful part of the state."
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge throughout the U.S. several cruise lines have extended cancellations on cruises till late spring/ early summer.
A 750-mile trail spanning New York state that is expected to attract millions of cyclists, hikers, and runners every year is complete. The mostly off-road trail runs north from New York City through the Hudson and Champlain Valleys to Canada and from Albany to Buffalo along the Erie Canal.