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en-us Copyright 2016 The New York Times Company Mon, 27 Jun 2016 05:27:31 GMT NYT > Travel https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png http://www.nytimes.com/section/travel?partner=rss&emc=rss In Transit: How ‘Brexit’ Will Affect Travel to Europe http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/24/travel/how-brexit-will-affect-travel-to-europe.html?partner=rss&emc=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/24/travel/how-brexit-will-affect-travel-to-europe.html The view from the London Eye ferris wheel. Tom Jamieson for The New York Times With Britain voting to leave the European Union, a weaker pound will mean that United States travelers will save when traveling throughout Britain.

In Transit: How ‘Brexit’ Will Affect Travel to Europe
With Britain voting to leave the European Union, a weaker pound will mean that United States travelers will save when traveling throughout Britain.
Personal Journeys: In Berlin, Unraveling a Family Mystery
A ceremony in Berlin offers an opportunity to say a final goodbye to two family members caught up in the horrors of the Third Reich.
Gay Travelers on Where to Go After Orlando
In a post-Orlando world, L.G.B.T. people are balancing whether to vacation in a gay-friendly enclave with the need for safety.
Where to Go Now: A Guide to Gay Summer Events Worth Traveling To
As Pride month winds down, a summer-long roster of gay-themed events gets underway, this year balancing fun with fellowship in the wake of a tragedy.
The Getaway: How to Survive Being an Airbnb Host
As the writer learned in her stint as an Airbnb host, the hospitality business is one long, grinning, love-me-please tap dance, more easily disparaged than done.
Update: As Airbnb Grows, So Do Claims of Discrimination
Some black travelers are decrying racist experiences with the home-sharing service, giving birth to the social media campaign #AirbnbWhileBlack.
Summertime: In the June Light of Northern Italy, the Bliss of Bergamo
For the novelist Jane Smiley, the ancient city of Bergamo was a lesson in being unprepared, in having bought the guidebook, but not having read it.
Fear of Zika Virus Is Putting a Damper on Destination Weddings
Couples having destination weddings are running up against an unseen obstacle: fear sparked by the presence of Zika carrying mosquitoes.
Where to Go Now: 6 L.G.B.T.-Friendly Places to Visit
From Manchester to Laos, L.G.B.T. travel experts give their suggestions on where to go next.
In Transit: 7 New Hotels in New York City
In New York City, hotels are opening in the Financial District, Midtown, Williamsburg and downtown Brooklyn.

45 beverages you can only taste in one place
From single barrel spirits to custom brews, sip exclusive destination booze.

Beach bicentennial: Cape May’s Congress Hall resort hits 200
Congress Hall has enjoyed its fair share of drama and notoriety over the decades.

Celebrity chef guide to Las Vegas
Where to dine with your favorite chefs' fare on the Vegas Strip.

The hostel grows up: 'Poshtels' make their way to USA
From backpacker beginnings, today's hostels are more like boutique hotels at a bargain price.

10 best places to discover dinosaurs and fossils
Although they disappeared millions of years ago, dinosaurs haven’t gone out of style.

Hike and bike through history on Mo.’s Katy Trail
Cyclists follow the flow of Missouri River while pedaling in the shadow of Lewis and Clark.

Isle Royale National Park: A visitor's guide
Take a look at wilderness so inaccessible, you can only get there via seaplane or boat.

The most reputable countries in the world

Want to cruise through the new Panama Canal locks? Here's how
The inauguration of the expanded will take place on Sunday

Europe's cheapest beer cities
Head to these beautiful destinations to enjoy a beer for less than $3.