From the Coachella music festival to an ancient fertility ritual to the White House Easter Egg Roll, there are lots of celebrations to be had in this week in photos. But the fun doesn’t stop there, let’s get to our weekly travel blog roundup.
Johnny Jet has the scoop on the one airport to avoid this summer (if you can).
Want to go on the ultimate Nashville vacation? What to eat, drink, see and buy according to Music City-native Camels & Chocolate.
Skift presents the airplane seat design that could end the battle of the armrests.
If you’re headed to New Orleans for Jazz Fest this weekend and looking to try the best Po’ Boy, look no further. Eat Your World suggests a deep-fried seafood po’ boy from Parkway Bakery & Tavern.
World of Wanderlust presents 6 reasons to visit Italy in the spring (as if you need that many).
Spring fever hits this week in photos with a massive pillow fight in DC, the Philippine International Balloon Festival and annual Songkran water festival in Thailand. Read on for a smörgåsbord of must-read stories from some of our favorite travel blogs.
Add this one to your bucket list: Twenty Something Travel visited a town called Tequila.
And while this applies to a very select few, Almost Fearless shared some pretty great tips on having a baby overseas.
Our good pal Passenger Conners gets real about her adventures in short-term subletting, which include flaming generators and 5-minute showers.
Skift has the download on the new pay-as-you-go model for airport lounges. Would you use them?
Our friends at the National Park Service teamed up with EarthCam to bring you a live stream of the beautiful cherry blossoms in our nation’s capital.
From Holi celebrations in India to Banksy’s tribute to victims of the war in Syria, take a look back at this week in photos. Now, let’s turn our attention to the serious eye candy awaiting in this week’s travel news roundup.
Fast Company rounded up amazing photos of 10 of the world’s most innovative hotels.
BuzzFeed found 47 stunning photos of people from around the world.
We hate to ruin it for you, actually HuffPost Travel did, with photos of 9 famous landmarks … in reality.
Here are 20 awesome Instagram travel photographers you need to follow according to our pal, the Expert Vagabond.
Finally, Fathom explores the streets of Southeast Asia in this photo tour.
The Olympics come to a close, but celebrations continue with Fat Tuesday, the Plum Blossom Festival, an undie run, and plenty of carnivals in this week in photos. Not to disappoint, our favorite travel blogs explain how to travel better — and on a budget — in this week’s roundup.
Trans-Atlantic flights for £10? Skift says this airline boss thinks it’s possible — with lots of extra fees.
Fathom’s founder chronicles a burlesque show in Las Vegas — with a 66-year-old, show-stopping dancer.
For all you overpackers out there: 10 things you really don’t need to pack, according to Johnny Jet.
It’s that time of year … Camels & Chocolate shows you how to plan the perfect bachelorette weekend in Savannah, GA.
And now for advice we should all take, immediately, Nomadic Matt shares how to spend a week in the Maldives for less than one night at a resort.
Photography by REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
You won’t see this kissing contest and undie run in the Olympics, but you will find them and more in this week in photos. Get more travel news with a side of Sochi in our weekly travel blog roundup.
Check your baggage and book a pre-flight massage? DCist reports Ronald Regaen National Airport is undergoing a $37 million upgrade by spring 2015, including a full-service spa.
Skift answers the age-old question: When’s the best time to book a flight? The answer could save you $256.
Business Insider posted Gallup’s annual ranking of the happiest states in the US. A surprising state stole the title from longtime frontrunner Hawaii.
HuffPost Travel discovered there are more problems than leaning for the Tower of Pisa … tourists have to climb 300 seriously-wavy steps to get to the top.
Because it’s still that time of year, CNTraveler has ice skating savant Johnny Weir’s surprising Sochi tip.
The Idiotarod of … Brooklyn, Chinese New Year, the Grammys and more festivities roll into this week in photos. Meanwhile our favorite travel bloggers are in search of the elusive perfect dive, the Lock Ness Monster and more this week.
Stuck on a plane Super Bowl Sunday? Some airlines will ease fans’ pain by airing the big game live and stocking up on hot-buffalo-wing-flavored pretzels, skittles and extra libations according to Skift.
Our pal, the Expert Vagabond, went in search of Scotland’s fabled Lock Ness Monster. Did he find it?
Camels & Chocolate prolonged her stay in Anguilla — and we’re happy she did. Just check out her amazing dive photos.
For those already thinking about Valentine’s Day, Fathom rounded up romantic ski hotels in the Rockies and the Alps.
Finally, we’ll leave you with a blast from the past — Delta’s new 80s-inspired, in-flight safety video:
From festivals in India, Spain and Taiwan to Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris and the Winter X Games in Aspen, CO – see this week in photos from around the world. Have headlines frozen over? During another slow news week we turned to some of our favorite travel bloggers for loads of inspiration.
This may sounds like a sick joke after another polar vortex, but Johnny Jet explains why you may want to get bumped off your flight — and how to do it.
Once strictly off-limits, now adventurous travelers are flocking to Burma aka Myanmar. You’ll want to go even more after seeing the Classe Touriste’s photos.
Take a road trip from Peru into Chile through the eyes of the charming family behind Our Open Road.
While the upcoming Winter Olympics has gone without much fanfare in the States — The Inspiration unearthed this truly badass BBC trailer for Sochi.
Finally, Prêt À Voyager’s Creative Guide to Amsterdam had us at hand-drawn map.
India celebrates Makar Sankranti, an International Kite Festival, and more in this week in photos. From a panda selfie to YOLO vacations, this week in travel brings you the best of the internet.
CNTraveler shared photos of stunning bodies of water around the world.
According to Today, The National Zoo launched its Instagram account with a panda cub selfie you just have to see.
Gadling brought to our attention a Singapore-based photographer who artfully depicts the passage of time.
Refinery29 presented 13 Tips for Taking a YOLO vacations. #nuffsaid
And while the NYT’s 52 Places to Go in 2014 caused much debate among travelers (including those in this office), Skift narrowed done the list to just one.
At Travel Channel, of course, we think Spain and Morocco should top your list — and we’re even giving away $100,000 trip there.
The New Year was greeted by Vikings with torches, a massive flour fight, midnight kisses and more in this week in photos. A slow news week, 2014′s first travel blog roundup highlights what will be (or should be) overtaking your social media feeds this year.
What’s that clogging up your Instagram feed? Next to the -2 degree weather forecasts and Champagne glasses, Skift discovered an unexpected hit: Disney’s giant turkey legs.
JohnnyJet shares 14 travel tweeters to follow in the new year, including our favorite @ThePointsGuy and a flight attendant, @Heather_Poole.
Off Track Planet’s favorite travel apps of 2013 included the likes of RoadTrippers, WeHostels and Kurrency.
Our own Andrew Zimmern, and James Beard-nominated Executive Chef of Chicago’s Sepia Restaurant, describes the perfect foodie day in the Windy City over on JetSetter.
Finally, Adventurous Kate, one of our favorite solo female travelers, brings us 9 more entertaining travel blogs to follow.
The world reflects on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, lauds a Nobel Prize laureate and more in this week in photos. For some lighter travel news, if you’ve ever wondered if a picture is really worth a thousand words — read on to find out.
Want to remember the last sunset on your vacation forever? Don’t Instagram it. A new study in CNN suggests the taking that snapshot actually diminishes your memory of the sunset.
Gadling unearthed a trend, or 2 rather, we can’t wait to try — all aboard the Pinot Express. A vineyard with a zipline? Yes, please.
Still Christmas shopping? Camels & Chocolate says forgo all the “stuff” for the ultimate gift: A cruise through Europe.
We’ll leave you with the clip that went viral this week, FunForLouis’ Epic World Adventure. Prepare to be very jealous.
Every wonder, what the hect is “Hygge?” We bet you are now. Fathom Away delves into Danish culture to find out.