The city council in Christchurch is redistributing its tourist funding — which means the Wizard is getting a pink slip.
The Haiku Stairs have been a controversial tourist destination for decades, although they've been officially closed to trekkers since 1987.
Here’s what we can expect in the coming months.
Here's what you should consider before dusting off your passport and visiting another country.
The CDC order goes into effect Jan. 26 and applies to U.S. citizens as well as foreign travelers.
As New York has been slowly coming back to life, so have some elements of the tourism industry. But it’s nowhere close to what it once was.
For the friend or family member who's catching feelings about missing flights right now.
The lion wasn't happy and let them know it.
The critical importance of tourism to Europe’s economy is forcing countries into a restart that appeared unthinkable just weeks ago.
During the coronavirus pandemic, movies with beautiful settings can transport you out of the house.
While the U.S. braces for its “saddest week," Spain hopes the coronavirus pandemic will soon be over, and that travelers will follow.
While the president aims to cushion the blow for businesses, he appears to be throwing out his 2016 pledge not to cut Medicare and Social Security.
Iceland locals shared the faux pas they often see visitors committing.
Vegas locals shared the faux pas they often see visitors committing.
Miami locals share the faux pas they often see visitors committing.
Some are concerned about tourism dropping to the island, much like it did after Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Small towns around the world -- and particularly in the Philippines -- don't have the infrastructure to handle a sudden rush of tourism.
Thomas Cook has ceased trading, its four airlines will be grounded and its 21,000 employees in 16 countries will lose their jobs.
Fourth of July traffic leading to Bixby Creek Bridge stretched for miles along California's iconic Highway 1.
Archeologist Jo Anne Van Tilburg fears that the giant heads are being damaged by tourists climbing all over them.