Have you ever wished you could travel back in time? Well, there's a place that will immediately transport you back 100 years for the night. After completing a $19 million renovation, The Hotel Chalet at The Choo Choo presents completely restored train carriages from the 1920s and 1960s which have been redesigned as guest rooms in the style of their era. The one-of-a-kind accommodations are located in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
No matter how much research you do before a trip, some culture shock is inescapable.
These days, horror stories about flying are more common than ever.
Seeing wild animals in the middle of a city is a rare occurrence in most places, but not in the Japanese city of Nara. Here, there is an unrestricted deer population which is considered sacred and given free rein to roam the streets. As a result, the ancient capital has become a popular tourist destination for people who want to see animals occupying a manmade city completely unfettered.
New York City is a special place.
Nestled deep in the forest of Idaho, several fire towers are being transformed into unique stays where guests can immerse...
Some people prefer the long, warm days of summer; others revel in a crisp fall night. Either way, most people can agree that mild weather is the most comfortable—you're not sweating but you're not shivering either. With all the varied ecosystems that make up the United States, it sounds like a daydream to get good weather year-round without leaving the country. Or is it?
Looking for a way to escape the city?
In the northern Italian city of Trento, an annual tradition leaves local politicians shaking in their boots.
Do you dream of owning your own castle in Scotland? What about a boutique hotel? Both dreams could collide if you have the cash. A Scottish castle on Fetlar, the fourth largest island in the Shetland Islands, is now up for sale for $37,000. This might seem like a steal, but the castle, called Brough Lodge, is hardly livable.
For years, disability advocates have been asking airlines to make travel more accessible for wheelchair users.
Travel is back in full swing and that means that Kayak's new trip-planning tool has come at the perfect time.