Travel

Go for the Food: Vermont's Beer Run

By J.M. Hirsch | Sep 18
Looking for the ultimate beer journey? Seek out Heady Topper, a double IPA by The Alchemist Brewery in Vermont. While you're at it, discover other breweries and food artisans in the Green Mountain State.

Going Deep: A Tour of Chicago's Best Pizzerias

By Caryn Rousseau | Sep 17
In a city famous for its deep-dish pizza tourists wouldn't know that the locals more often eat a thinner-crust, tavern-style pie topped with homemade Italian sausage and cut into squares, not slices - unless they went on a pizza tour.

Virtual Reality GLBT Travel Expo

By EDGE | Sep 17
Looking for your next great getaway without leaving your home or office? Check out the first Global Virtual Reality GLBT Travel Expo, November 15 and 16.

New York Wine & Food Festival: What Not To Miss

By Matthew Wexler | Sep 16
The food-obsessed descend on New York City this October for the sixth annual Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival. EDGE has scoped out three not-to-miss events that are worth their weight in extra calories.

Egypt Will Boost Security at Tourist Sites

By Merrit Kennedy | Sep 16
Egypt plans to increase the number of security cameras at hotels and popular tourist destinations as part of a series of new security measures aimed at buoying the flagging tourism sector following three years of political turmoil.

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Uganda Officials: We Welcome LGBT Tourists

By Jason St. Amand | Sep 15
Uganda's tourism officials said they welcome LGBT travelers to the African country and that they should feel safe, even though lawmakers have pushed to pass a controversial anti-gay measure.

This 2011 photo provided by Oceania Cruises shows the Riviera cruise ship in waters off of Portofino, Italy. Five years ago, Oceania Cruises ended trips to Europe at the end of October but the cruise line has extended its season until mid-November due to demand from retirees and baby boomers. Fall travel by travelers who are not tied to school calendars has inched up in many sectors.

Fewer Crowds, Nice Weather Boost Fall Tourism

By Beth J. Harpaz | Sep 14
Fall used to be off-peak for tourism everywhere except New England and other fall foliage destinations. But autumn tourism is rising, with traditional summer hotspots increasingly busy September through November.

Out on the Mountain, Where the Gays Go to Play

By Ken Knox | Sep 13
The event serves two purposes: To provide an all-ages, LGBT-specific event built around the park's attractions and to serve as a fundraiser for a number of charities as well as organizations whose missions can positively impact the gay community.

8 Tips to Avoid In-Flight Altercations

By EDGE | Sep 12
Who better to offer EDGE readers etiquette tips on how to keep the friendly skies friendly than former flight attendant and internationally recognized etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore?

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Iceland by the Seasons

By Auston Matta | Sep 11
Looking for stark beauty, LGBT acceptance and progressive culture? Look no further than Iceland... any time of year.