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Ready to Cruise (the Ocean)? How About 2022?

Ready to Cruise (the Ocean)? How About 2022?

TRAVEL | Nov 5, 2020

Oceania Cruises has released its 2022 Europe and North America Collection of itineraries

Greater Palm Springs: Where Every Day Is a SUN Day

Greater Palm Springs: Where Every Day Is a SUN Day

SPONSORED CONTENT | Nov 5, 2020

EDGE takes a closer look at some of the best hotels, restaurants and activities in Greater Palm Springs, so you can start planning your vacation with ease.

Portugal Wins 'Europe's Leading Destination' at World Travel Awards

Portugal Wins 'Europe's Leading Destination' at World Travel Awards

TRAVEL | Nov 4, 2020

If you're wondering where to travel for your next overseas vacation (2021 if we're lucky?), Portugal may want to be on the top of your list.

5 Ways to Celebrate Palm Springs Pride

5 Ways to Celebrate Palm Springs Pride

TRAVEL | Nov 3, 2020

It may look different from years past, but that's not stopping Greater Palm Springs from rolling out the virtual rainbow carpet.

Remember the Tokyo Olympics? Planning, Tickets Still a Wild Card

Remember the Tokyo Olympics? Planning, Tickets Still a Wild Card

TRAVEL | By Stephen Wade | Nov 3, 2020

Organizers in Japan and the International Olympic Committee say they are working on a vast number of contingency plans to hold the Games in the midst of a pandemic.

New Berlin Airport Opens 9 Years Late with Little Ceremony

New Berlin Airport Opens 9 Years Late with Little Ceremony

TRAVEL | By Geir Moulson | Nov 2, 2020

Nine years late and far above its original budget, Berlin's new airport finally opened this weekend with little fanfare as the aviation industry struggles with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Former Employee Sues China Southern, Alleging LGBTQ Discrimination

Former Employee Sues China Southern, Alleging LGBTQ Discrimination

TRAVEL | By Huizhong Wu | Nov 2, 2020

A former flight attendant is suing China Southern Airlines for suspending him after his sexual orientation was made public without his consent last year, in a rare legal maneuver that pits him against the country's largest airline.

Orlando's Parliament House to Close, Reopen in New Location

Orlando's Parliament House to Close, Reopen in New Location

TRAVEL | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 30, 2020

Parliament House, a popular gay nightclub and resort in Orlando, announced it is closing its current location next month and will reopen in a new location soon.

Red State Retreat? LGBTQ Hosts Encourage Regional Travel

Red State Retreat? LGBTQ Hosts Encourage Regional Travel

TRAVEL | By Merryn Johns | Oct 27, 2020

How comfortable would you be taking a road trip to a destination with no LGBTQ anti-discrimination laws? It's a conundrum that many LGBTQ travelers face as they choose drivable destinations over long-haul flights.

New York State of Mind: A Solo Gay Getaway

New York State of Mind: A Solo Gay Getaway

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Oct 27, 2020

A solo trip to the Hudson Valley offers one writer the opportunity to ponder his queerness among cemeteries, towering sculptures and a stroll down Main Street.

CEO: Dubai Airport Preps for Possible 'Slow Virus Recovery

CEO: Dubai Airport Preps for Possible 'Slow Virus Recovery

TRAVEL | By Jon Gambrell | Oct 27, 2020

Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest for international travel, is getting busier. But it's a long way from what it once was amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

TRAVEL | By Anna Almendrala | Oct 25, 2020

For everyone, after at least seven months of being mostly sequestered, the winter holidays pose an almost insurmountable temptation. Even public health and infectious disease experts recognize the dilemma.

Lance Bass, Todrick Hall and More Offer Queer-Friendly Virtual Home Town Tours

Lance Bass, Todrick Hall and More Offer Queer-Friendly Virtual Home Town Tours

TRAVEL | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 24, 2020

In honor of LGBTQ History Month in October, Orbitz has partnered with influencers and celebrities to highlight the best queer-friendly destinations and businesses in their hometowns.

New App Aims to Help Unblock Global Air Travel

New App Aims to Help Unblock Global Air Travel

TRAVEL | Oct 21, 2020

A new smartphone app could make it easier for international airline passengers to securely show they've complied with COVID-19 testing requirements

Watch: Todrick Hall's LA Virtual Tour

Watch: Todrick Hall's LA Virtual Tour

TRAVEL | Oct 21, 2020

To honor LGBTQ History Month, Todrick Hall has partnered with Orbitz to share some of his favorite queer locales throughout Los Angeles.

LGBTQ Leaf Peeping: 5 Destinations to Take in Fall

LGBTQ Leaf Peeping: 5 Destinations to Take in Fall

TRAVEL | By Merryn Johns | Oct 20, 2020

Grab your weekender bag and get out of town. The leaves are turning, and there's a small window of time to take in Mother Nature's annual fashion makeover.

13 Historic Haunted Hotels

13 Historic Haunted Hotels

TRAVEL | Oct 20, 2020

From ghosts who have been around since the Revolutionary War to jilted lovers, heartbroken, ghostly sightings are abundant in historic hotels. Here are 13 of our favorites:

Heathrow Airport Offers Rapid Tests for Some Flights

Heathrow Airport Offers Rapid Tests for Some Flights

TRAVEL | Oct 20, 2020

London's Heathrow Airport has launched a rapid coronavirus test service for passengers.

Hard Hit by Virus, Airlines Push for Tests Over Quarantines

Hard Hit by Virus, Airlines Push for Tests Over Quarantines

TRAVEL | By David McHugh | Oct 19, 2020

What will it take to get people flying again? One thing airlines believe could help is to have rapid virus tests of all passengers before departure.

US Resorts Adapt to New Normal of Skiing Amid Pandemic

US Resorts Adapt to New Normal of Skiing Amid Pandemic

TRAVEL | By Thomas Peipert | Oct 18, 2020

Helmet, goggles, skis? Check. Hand sanitizer, face covering, reservation? Check.

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