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All less than six hours away.
A change of scenery is a great way to clear your head, after all.
From nature-heavy destinations to small towns with indie art galleries.
Who needs flowers and chocolates when you can opt for a vacation instead?
Get a well-deserved break from the bustle of the city while still working hard—working those glutes, that is.
Ready to get out there, USA?
Or you can present a recent negative test result.
The Caribbean is open for business.
We break down what you can do and should do, per CDC guidelines.
These trails run the gamut from easy to hard but all have one thing in common: they champion nature above all else.
All a quick subway, ferry or bus trip away.
Pack a mat, grab the sunscreen, and we'll see you on the grass!
Tired of Central Park? The city offers much more in terms of green spaces.
Plan your next pedal-to-the-metal getaway.
You might even encounter some wild buffalo, foxes and horses.
Ready to explore this glorious country of ours?
The USA is packed with easy-to-medium-to-challenging trails, which boast plenty of greenery.
Whether you have an afternoon or several weeks, this list has you covered.
Gear up for some serious snorkeling, surfing, swimming or even just chilling out.
A new design proposal focuses on hygiene and personal space – and it also looks fabulous
The Hôtel de Ville and Opéra Garnier will soon be surrounded by pine groves and cherry blossom trees
August’s full moon is coming – and it’s named after a fish
The Mediterranean island reopened its borders to certain nationalities in June, with British visitors now being allowed in too
From Cuba to Sri Lanka via Kenya, more nations around the world are preparing to welcome international visitors again
The price of a stay in some of the continent’s most expensive cities has dropped dramatically