Arts and Culture Articles
Check out Travel Channel's guide to New York City's ethnic neighborhoods.
Test your knowledge about Groundhog Day.
Groundhog Day draws thousands of visitors from around the world to see if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow or not.
Feel like a queen or a king for a night in one of these castle hotels.
Rome's Trastevere neighborhood has quite a reputation for nightlife, beauty and atmosphere. These are our favorite hidden gems -- from stunning art to local restaurants.
Go "kikker dancing" in San Antonio! From old barns to urban-cowboy style clubs, these popular dance halls provide free dance classes to learn the two-step, schottische and Cotton-Eyed Joe.
Resort Rescue host and hospitality expert Shane Green shares the historic elements of Las Vegas, as well as some of the new, that have been embraced by the city’s burgeoning tech crowd.
Our editor explains why you should visit Montreal in the summer and shares his recommendations for things to do when you're in The City of Saints.
Meet Teri Johnson, the host of the "Fall in the Finger Lakes" web series on TravelChannel.com.
Rockland is a cultural hub for the MidCoast with a world-class art museum, hyper-local food scene and beautiful harbor. Here's where to stay, where to eat and what to do in Maine's lobster capital.
City parks and botanical gardens, art museums and a hipster-filled downtown district -- explore our list of best things to do in Denver.
The capital of Brazil’s southern state, Rio Grande do Sul, is decidedly, and proudly more European, holding fast to the traditions of Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and German descendants.
Feed your inner adrenaline junkie in the highlands or get a taste of the finer things in Gramado. There’s a little something surprising for everyone in Rio Grande do Sul.
Planning to explore the world’s largest city can be an intimidating prospect, so we’ve broken down the megalopolis into a more manageable list. Here are Tokyo’s most popular neighborhoods.
Philadelphia is an art aficionado's paradise. Lose yourself amidst the Philadelphia Museum of Art's 227,000 works, or gaze in awe at the 1,000-plus pieces at the Barnes Foundation.