Italy’s culture and tourism ministers have vowed to find and punish a tourist who was filmed carving his name and that of his apparent girlfriend in the wall of the Colosseum in Rome, a crime that resulted in hefty fines in the past.
D.C. leaders are hoping to increase tourism in the District. Destination D.C. (DDC), the official destination marketing organization for the city, announced strategies on Wednesday to bring more tourism to the city.
Visitors to the White House will be welcomed again full-time beginning July 19, 2022
The cherry blossoms have come and gone from the Tidal Basin and some heavy-duty equipment is on its way to the area.
Washington, D.C. has once again ranked among "the most desired domestic destinations" during 2021, according to AAA. The ranking comes as COVID-19 restrictions in the District begin to loosen and more Americans become vaccinated.
Cities expect for it to take years before tourism returns to pre-pandemic levels.
Residents of a coastal North Carolina county are welcoming non-resident property owners back to the area after they were banned because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, seashells began piling up at the Outer Banks in North Carolina as tourists are banned from the beaches.
The Outer Banks of North Carolina have been closed to visitors amid coronavirus concerns.
D.C. locals will tell you it's common knowledge to "walk left, stand right" while riding on Metro escalators.
The Newseum is set to close at the end of December after being open for more than 11 years, the interactive museum announced Tuesday.
Much like taking the family on a cruise or a trip to visit Mickey Mouse at Disney World, one California company believes that going to space will eventually become just another vacation option.
Planning on visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture this fall and winter?
The New York Post’s cover “Virginia is for Losers” quickly spread on social media fueling the narrative about the scandals surrounding the state’s top leaders. Now, there’s growing concern the play on the decades' old state motto may cause tourists to think twice.