Best Travel & Tourism stocks to follow in 2023.

Travel and tourism is a broad category, with a diverse list of well-known brands. Ecotourism is a fast-growing niche, especially among young travelers. Tourism sector has been perhaps the hardest hit part of the economy by the COVID-19 pandemic. This list presents some of the best travel and tourism stocks to track in the post-pandemic era. The list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.

Nine thousand-year-old tombs come back to light among the streets of Barcelona

In the course of the work being carried out at this time on Barcelona's Via Laietana, workers unwittingly unearthed no less than nine ancient tombs, even dating back to Roman and late Roman times. Specifically, the find includes seven Roman tombs and two others from the late Roman period.But that's not all, since, as the Institut de Cultura de Barcelona (Icub) explained in a press release published on Tuesday 30 May, the remains are in addition to the two found in the same area, on the other side of the road, made last February.

Citi: Asia is a time machine to the future

Citi has explored how Asia acts as a time machine that can transport other regions into a new world of commerce, entertainment, and healthcare. The investment bank estimates Asia adopts new technologies 8–12 years ahead of the West, making the region a time machine to the future. The bank’s recent report looks specifically at seven areas – super apps, mobile payment, social commerce, short-form videos, eSports, webtoons, and digital health –...

How a Miami Zoo managed to enrage the entire country of New Zealand

10 Tourist hotspots in Newport that live up to the hype

From its roots as a shipbuilding port to its current role as America's yachting center, Newport has always been tied to the ocean. The International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum, as well as a plethora of colonial-era structures, are located here. Throughout the year, Newport holds a variety of festivals and fairs. In Newport you will find some beauti...

Walt Disney's Standoff with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

In summary, Walt Disney never wanted a war with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, but the right-wing political leader went after the company after its former CEO Bob Chapek made a statement criticizing DeSantis' so-called ""don't say gay"" legislation. DeSantis has made a series of petty moves against Disney, but Disney CEO Bob Iger made it clear that his company had other options for its billions of dollars. Disney followed up on this by pulling a $1...

Quebec's Le Boisé de Vie - the first ecological cemetery of its kind

The most enchanting beach towns in southern Europe

The Guardian has a list of the 12 best beach towns in southern Europe. What are you waiting for? Take a look and start packing!

The world's quirkiest churches

Buildings of worship have been central elements of many communities for hundreds of years, but, somewhere along the way, architects grew tired of their predictable design. Check out this gallery to see the stunning, profound, hilarious, and confounding physical manifestations of faith around the world.

English words you had no idea were borrowed from foreign languages

You've certainly already noticed that some words in the English language can sound a bit foreign, and this is actually because they are borrowed from other languages, such as French, German, and Japanese, to name a few. Wouldn't it be great to know their true meaning in their language of origin, and a bit of the history behind the terms? Click through this gallery to discover 30 English words that are borrowed from foreign languages.

Where Are New Yorkers Moving To?

As one chapter closes, another adventure awaits.

The notorious female pirates of the Seven Seas

Historically, women weren't allowed to remain on ships once they had set sail. Old-fashioned sailor superstitions purported that women on merchant and military vessels were bad luck. But this didn't stop several women from disguising their identities to join crews, and in some cases captains ignored the rule altogether. From the Caribbean to China, there are actual accounts of female pirates dating back thousands of years, showing us that pirating wasn’t just for men. Curious? Click on to discover the women who once prowled the Seven Seas.

Watch On Her Bike Explore Big Bend National Park And Get A Nice Surprise

Sometimes, you meet the nicest people when you're traveling on two wheels, even if they're not.

One coral reef's stunning rebirth gave hope for the future of our oceans

The foods Americans miss the most when abroad

One of the best aspects of traveling or living abroad is getting to try new cuisines and broaden your palette. Even so, Americans miss many things from back home—with food definitely topping the list. A list of some of the most-missed all-American foods follows in the gallery. Make sure not to read this with an empty stomach!

The Most Beautiful Waterfalls Ever Created By Mother Nature

From Angel Falls to Niagara Falls, get ready to be wowed!

Do you dare cross the Devil's bridge?

In the north of Portugal, on the border between Montalegre and Vieira do Minho, lies a legendary bridge said to be built by the Devil himself. Situated over the sparkling Rabagão river in the heart of the lush Gerês mountain, the Misarela Bridge is a mystical place that you certainly don't want to miss. Click through to find out the fascinating tale about how this mysterious bridge came to be, and the paranormal perks it offers visitors today.

20 fun ways to learn a new language

Have you spent the last few months researching numerous possible travel destinations, dreaming of the day when you can finally start playing globetrotter again? How about learning a new language so that you're ready when the big day of departure arrives? Get inspired by the following 20 tips for combining business with pleasure!

Discover the best destinations for flower lovers

The end of winter brings with it the beauty and magic of spring. Blooming flowers make truly magnificent landscapes that seem to belong in the pages of a story book. Tourists flock from all over the world to observe and appreciate spring flowers. Take a look through the following gallery to discover the best destinations for flower lovers.

Birds are getting increasingly smaller and you’ll never guess why

One major 2022 find in Italy offered new insights into European history

11 Best Cities To Retire on $2,500 a Month

While the prospect of retirement can bring excitement and relief as it's an end to work, and a time to live more slowly and leisurely, it can also be daunting to live with a strict budget from month...

The World’s 20 Most Beautiful Cities to Visit in Your Lifetime

Some standards and some surprises–all dazzling destinations to tempt you on your next trip.

Secret messages hidden in famous statues

We have written before about classic paintings with secret messages, and now it's time to bring you statues. From iconic monuments such as New York's Statue of Liberty, to Renaissance pieces such as Michelangelo's 'David,' in this gallery we look at numerous examples that, in one way or another, have hidden messages. Curious? Click through and discover the secret messages hidden in famous statues.

Asian Tour Destinations welcomes pioneering BRG Da Nang Golf Resort

The BRG Da Nang Golf Resort, which broke new ground last year by hosting an Asian Development Tour event in Vietnam for the first time, has become a member of Asian Tour Destinations (ATD) – the exclusive network of world-class golfing venues in the region with direct ties to the Asian Tour. The impressive venue in Danang boasts two 18-hole courses, one designed by Jack Nicklaus and the other by Greg Norman. This venue has become only the second...

The most impressive coastal drives in the world

Thinking about a motoring vacation? Well if your destination of choice features a seafront, then no doubt you'll be eager to embark on a coastal drive at some point. And why not? Some of the most scenic road trips are those taken along routes that skirt the ocean. In fact, a sparkling sea set against towering cliffs or a golden ribbon of sand very often sets the scene for the rest of the holiday. But where in the world can you follow some of the most dramatic and picturesque oceanfront highways? Click through and coast along these impressive seaside drives.

Once in ten million: rare white bison born in the U.S.

In the United States of America, an extraordinary event occurred recently that attracted attention and made many nature lovers from all over the world happy.A white bison was born in Bear River State Park, an extremely rare animal estimated to be present in one in ten million births, as reported by 'The Guardian'.This calf is considered the most sacred living being on Earth for some tribes. Despite its low weight, the calf has shown astonishing health. The birth of this white bison is big news that has generated enormous interest and led to a significant increase in the number of visitors to the park, eager to admire this unique rarity up close.

Snow has arrived in the Sydney Zoo: animals in celebration. Photos

As in the rest of the southern hemisphere, winter is slowly arriving in Australia. The cold, snow and frost also arrived in Sydney, one of the continent's most important cities, where one of the country's largest zoos is located.Snow therefore fell abundantly on the Sydney Zoo, and the animals celebrated the change of season with a bit of play in the snow and plenty of snacks from the park's staff.Kangaroos, rodents and other animals enjoyed a beautiful day surrounded by everyone's attention, which was certainly good for the harmony of the animals themselves but also for the zoo workers and visitors.

Is Perth your next dreamy getaway? Check these spots out

Perth is an amazing family-friendly city with a multitude of sporting and recreational facilities for children and teenagers. Here the beaches are internationally acclaimed. But exist very well. It is the sunniest city in Australia, with the most beautiful summer weather. Best tours and its surroundings is a city that has all including ocean sunset...

The Top 15 Beaches to Visit on the East Coast

Widely considered to be the best stretches of sand along the Atlantic Ocean.

China throws down the gauntlet: lifted off C919, first domestically produced plane

The C919, China's first domestically produced passenger aircraft, made its maiden flight today, taking off from Shanghai Airport and heading for the capital Beijing. The 164-seat aircraft was built to break the dominance of single-aisle jets from Airbus and Boeing, but still relies on Western components, including engines and avionics. Despite this, Comac, the manufacturer, already has over 1,200 orders, but some experts suggest that most of these orders are just letters of intent from domestic customers.

The 15 Best Airport Restaurants In The Country

This airport food is your ticket to travel bliss.

Why is the water of Venice's Grand Canal green?

A wonderful gold necklace has been discovered near the wreck of the Titanic

111 years after her dreadful sinking on that cold night of 15 April 1921, the Titanic, the largest and most opulent ocean liner ever built, continues to unearth wonderful artefacts and objects that belonged to her ill-fated passengers.Unearthing the lost necklace was the work of the British company Magellan Ltd, which over the course of six weeks during the summer of 2022 conducted the most comprehensive and detailed mapping of the liner's wreckage.Now, the mission of those who recovered the necklace is to locate the heirs of the owner and attempt to return the precious artefact, which is very reminiscent of the story of the 'Heart of the Ocean' imagined by James Cameron.

Beyonce gifts VIP concert tickets to hotel staff

Beyonce handed out VIP tickets to her 'Renaissance' world tour, as a thank you to London hotel staff who have looked after her during her run of sold-out gigs in the city.

How America's culture war forced Target to remove Pride products from its shelves

Latin America's largest aquarium opens, Great Sea of Cortez Aquarium

The Great Sea of Cortez Aquarium, opened its doors on 30 May. Set between walls that seem to blossom from the lush vegetation surrounding the beaches of Mazatlán, this extraordinary space not only serves as an aquarium, but also as a centre for research and conservation of marine species.The aquarium houses an extraordinary variety of 200 species and 5,000 specimens, exhibited in the various rooms. Guests can admire jellyfish, starfish, sea turtles, sea hares and stingrays, all set in surroundings that glow a beautiful blue.

40 Countries You Might Not Have Heard of But Should Visit ASAP

It's time to get your passport ready.

Cycling culture around the world

Bicycles were introduced in the late 19th century in Europe. Today, more than one billion cycles are used by people around the world for work, sport, and recreation purposes. For anyone who has traveled to major European cities such as Amsterdam or Copenhagen, pedestrians quickly learn to look both ways for bikes rather than cars. However in other areas of the world, biking is just considered a form of exercise or a pastime for neighborhood children. But as traffic and pollution congest our major cities, perhaps it's time to adopt a two-wheeled commute? Mikael Colville-Andersen is the founder of Copenheganize, a design firm that creates biking infrastructure in urban areas. He believes the move towards more eco-friendly transit will make our cities more equitable, healthy, efficient, and clean, according to . Colville-Andersen urges people to see that bike transportation is not a thing of the past. “We live in an age of tech and over-complication, where we like to look to things we haven’t invented yet as solutions,” he said. But in doing so, “a lot of really good, already existing ideas get swept under the rug.” In addition to changing the cycle of harmful emissions and rising gas prices, biking will positively impact the individual more than anything. “It’s incredibly important for our survival for people to be able to choose an active mobility form,” Colville-Andersen said. Next time you are at the gas station or stuffed into a packed bus like a sardine, think about the humble bicycle as a free, environmental, and health-conscious alternative to your car. Browse this gallery and wheel your way around the world to get inspired by these amazing photographs of cyclists and their bikes.

The 5 curiosities you may not know about the Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is a minor Spanish basilica of Catholic worship located in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia. Universally known as one of the most beautiful churches in the world, it is an architectural work whose main author is Antoni Gaudí.Built in the so-called Catalan modernism (a kind of Art Nouveau that was very much in vogue in the capital of Catalonia at the time), it is visited by some 4.5 million people every year.Many curiosities hover around the unfinished masterpiece by Gaudí, who died before completing his ambitious project.

Underrated Parks to Explore Around the United States

You have to see these parks to believe them.

This quirky Texas town is home to an unexplained phenomenon

It's hard to believe that, in this day and age, there are still so many unexplained phenomena on Earth. But this is indeed the case in the quirky small Texas town of Marfa, where mysterious lights glow in the night sky. Surely the origins of the lights have a logical, scientific explanation, right? Well, perhaps, but to this day no one has been able to explain them. Marfa is certainly a unique place, which not only attracts curious visitors but also a number of artists who have transformed the place over the years. Curious? Then click through this gallery and learn more about this town and its mysteries.

How Much It Costs To Visit the Most Secluded Places on Earth

Although there are dark-sky cities throughout the U.S., there's nothing quite like being out in the middle of nowhere -- literally -- to enjoy not only stars but plenty of solitude in nature as well....

Sway through the history of the hammock

The hammock has a long and interesting past. Described as a swinging couch or bed usually made of netting or canvas and slung by cords from supports at each end, this sling-like contraption might have been used by the ancient Greeks, though its true origins are believed to date back 1,000 years or so, to Central America. Today the hammock is often associated with images of sandy beaches and a leisurely lifestyle, but that's only half the story. Click on and sway through the history of the hammock.

A guide to taking your dog on a road trip

Road trips are fun, so it's only natural that you don't want to leave your four-legged friend behind when you go on one. Dogs make great travel buddies, but it requires quite a bit of prep to take your pooch on a road trip. From what to do beforehand, to essential things such as what to pack and what to do during the road trip, we cover it all in this gallery. Browse through and check out our guide on taking your dog on a road trip.

Headed to Brussels? Don't miss these unforgettable attractions

Tour This Amazing Bus Camper Conversion Complete With Dual Slide-Outs

It has a wooden bathtub and enough space for six people.

Hiroshima: How Japan’s military city became a world capital of peace

Truly Fascinating Places You Won't Believe Are in the United States

From lunar-like landscapes to European-style castles.

Here are the Most Dangerous National Parks in the US

Make sure to follow any precautions before visiting.