Belgrade, Serbia, has a wild nightlife scene, with clubs on barges and a burgeoning craft beer scene

Belgrade may be the wildest nightlife city in Europe — sorry, Berlin.

After a 6-month closure, Boracay, Philippines, reopens as a cautious tropical paradise

The island in the Philippines will only allow 19,000 visitors at a time.

Detroit is quickly becoming a great food city — and there’s something for every budget

Detroit has given the world iconic dishes such as square pizza and Asian corned beef, an Asian fusion take on a Reuben sandwich.

Franklin, Tennessee, has the whiskey and war history to rival Nashville

Just 20 miles south of Music City, Franklin has long drawn Civil War history buffs and spirits lovers.

Gothenburg, Sweden, is taking its place among Scandinavia’s top-tier food cities

Sweden’s second-largest city is setting the standard for sustainable dining in Scandinavia.

Islay — aka Whisky Island — is where all of your scotch dreams come true

The rolling greenery, pounding surf and sea breeze form the ideal setting for Islay's main industry: whisky making.

Mendoza is the grape capital of South America — and the food is just as good as the wine

Between a weak peso and increased international flights, it’s an ideal time to visit Argentina’s glorious wine country.

Nagoya is the next big destination for food in Japan

Some of Nagoya's food hits include a grilled eel porridge and pan-fried spaghetti with sausage.

A new nonstop flight makes Nairobi — and Kenya’s safari scene — way more accessible to Americans

The new flight will make it easier for Americans to go on safari — or to visit the overlooked beaches of Kenya.

Namibia is all about the magical landscapes — and the country is dedicated to protecting them

Go for the unreal landscapes, stay for the conscientious conservation of the area’s wild animals.

Australia’s Ningaloo Reef is overshadowed by the Great Barrier Reef — but it’s just as awe-inspiring

Unlike the Great Barrier Reef, the diving and snorkeling sites of the Ningaloo are right along the coast — and you can walk into the water and explore.

Panama City, the birthplace of the New World, is celebrating its 500th birthday

Panama City is a modern city, but explore its wild side with kayaking or a visit to Monkey Island.

Park City, Utah, has the “greatest snow on Earth” — but there’s tons to do in the summer, too

The skiing is world-class, but you can also partake in some unique yoga adventures or explore the snowless slopes on a mountain bike.

Puebla is giving Mexico’s bigger cities a run for their money

Puebla tends to get overshadowed by better known places like Oaxaca — and that’s a shame.

Puerto Rico is open for business, with some help from Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lin-Manuel Miranda will once again step into the role of Hamilton with 24 performances in January.

Salvador, Brazil, is home to turquoise beaches and spicy Bahian food

Spicy, rich Bahian cuisine is a heady blend of Portuguese, African and indigenous Brazilian influences.

Saratoga Springs isn’t just for horse people — it’s a nature escape with great food, too

What’s great about Saratoga is you can do it up luxuriously or have an adventurous few days without breaking the bank.

Scottsdale’s young, cool side is just starting to emerge

The restaurants in Scottsdale — as well as surrounding areas of Phoenix, Tempe and more — are becoming destinations in and of themselves.

Taipei, Taiwan, has amazing food — and it’s Asia’s most gay-friendly city

In the first Michelin Guide Taipei, 20 restaurants picked up stars.

Telluride, Colorado, is for adventure seekers who want to spend all day in the great outdoors

Located against the edge of a steep box canyon, Telluride’s dramatic backdrop also stands as a natural boundary, sheltering it from tourist overload.

Australia’s sacred Uluru park is finally getting the protection it deserves

Climbing Uluru will be officially banned in October, so travelers can visit without being destructive.

Everything you need to know about flying with your dog

Emotional support dogs, service animals and pets all have slightly different rules.

London’s best pubs have a secret Thai restaurant hidden inside them

Cold beer and Thai food are a pretty perfect pairing.

Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ finale is a love letter to New York, the city he called home

Bourdain visits the Lower East Side, the neighborhood of his punk rock youth.

This Week in Food and Travel: CBD is more than the next great wellness trend

CBD-infused everything, Hawaii's sugar donuts, millennial hotel brands and more.

A guide to India’s color cities, Jaipur and Jodhpur — and what to eat, see and do when you’re there

The pink and blue cities of India offer more than an Instagram opportunity: Their rich histories and delicious delicacies are just part of what make them bucket-list destinations.

These new hotel brands are built specifically for young travelers — and start at $50 a night

Adult-approved bunk beds, 24-hour concierge service via text and an inside line to cool locals are just a few of the amenities from these three new brands.

The forgotten black history of London’s famous Notting Hill neighborhood

One walking tour guide is determined to educate visitors about the black history of the area.

What was it like to work with Anthony Bourdain? The ‘Parts Unknown’ crew spills in special episode.

“Only pet the baby when it’s sleeping" was Bourdain's philosophy for showing his crew appreciation.

This Week in Food and Travel: A look inside the anti-Trump hotel in Washington, DC

It doesn't hurt that the hotel is also an Instagrammer's dream.