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Escape the crowds! See how to avoid the inevitable rush of people come Inauguration Day in DC.
America's fourth largest city is big on cultural attractions. Here are our picks for Houston's top 5 museums.
Plan for an awesome autumn. Find out why you should add one of these cities to your fall travel itinerary.
Looking for bachelorette, birthday, even divorce party ideas? Shimmy on over to one of these top male revues: upscale, tastefully provocative ... and always entertaining.
No architect was more influential in creating a uniquely American style than Frank Lloyd Wright, whose talent was nurtured in Chicago. Do Wright right on these Chicago architecture tours.
Planning a trip to Brazil can be a daunting task, but a visit to Salvador should be at the top of your list of things to do. Get our tips on the best ways to explore the birthplace of Brazil.
Loyal watchers can get up close and personal with the real Downton Abbey, better known as Highclere Castle, as well as the village of Bampton in Oxfordshire, where many of the show's scenes are set.
Check out our collection of the world's wackiest things to do and see.
Staging-6/26 content refresh test....Consider yourself lucky. You found Travel Channel list of top US Celtic Festivals, that includes the New Hampshire Highland Games and the Irish Fair of Minnesota.
Take a look at some of our viewers' photos of glittering holiday lights, colorful fall foliage and scenic destinations.
We asked our hosts to tell us what's on their iPod playlists right now. Here's the music that they are jammin' to this summer.
Skip the whirlwind, hop-on, hop-off tour bus, and check out our 5 must-sees in Dublin that mix food with music, and the touristy with the not-so-touristy.
Camden Town and Shoreditch are just a couple must-see neighborhoods tourists should check out while visiting London.
Madame Tussauds and Big Ben are just a couple places it's OK to miss if you're visiting London. Get the details about these tourist spots and more.
There's no better spot to experience Charleston's past -- and marvel at its present -- than in its many museums.