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David Bromstad in Mykonos, Greece.

HGTV star David Bromstad loves his annual tan, his pillow, and the Cape

We caught up with the host of “My Lottery Dream Home” to talk about all things travel.

More destinations are becoming sensitive to the needs of families traveling with autistic children.

Traveling with an autistic child is hopefully becoming less restrictive and stressful

An increasing number of destinations are seeking autism-friendly certification and training staff to help families.

A long walking path traces the outlines of Pope John Paul II Park in Dorchester.

Boston Harborwalk in four easy pieces

We’ve never looked at the harbor through travelers’ eyes. Until now.

At New Hampshire’s White Mountain Hotel, visitors will find all 80 guest rooms and suites outfitted with new furniture, mattresses, TVs, doors, lighting, and bathrooms.

A hotel makeover, getaways to support LGBTQ+ youth, and a lighter on a mission

Travel news you can use.


Can she get a refund for her nonrefundable hotel?

After the COVID-19 outbreak, Noemi Freeman has to cancel her trip to Greece. Does this mean she loses the $592 she paid for her hotel?

A DIY walking tour of North Adams leads to several pieces of art, like this street mural.

Three in-state getaways for Mother’s Day

Here are some ideas for lovely, closer-to-home places to spoil someone special.

Outside the Louvre Museum in Paris on Aug. 2, 2020. American tourists who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to visit the European Union over the summer, the head of the bloc’s executive body said in an interview with The New York Times on Sunday.

EU finalizing plans to allow US tourists back this summer

The European Union is finalizing plans to allow tourists from the United States to travel to the 27-nation bloc this summer, officials said Monday.

The bar at the Newbury Boston hotel.

These 5 Massachusetts hotels made Travel + Leisure’s worldwide ‘It List’

Can you guess which ones?