Photographer Jade Cantwell traveled through Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt in the months before the Arab Spring. Several years later, her photos are reminders of the lives behind the news reports.
"I tried to approach this series in the same way I work on street photography: to find an extraordinary moment within the ordinary," said photographer Adrian Skenderovic.
With Syriza—the coalition of the radical left—set to win, European socialists have touched down in the Greek capital for some election tourism.
The sterile shopping promenade is "located in the Entertainment Capital of LA, Universal Studios Hollywood."
It's a dystopian solution to international complaints against Chinese tourists for spitting in the streets, yelling in restaurants, fighting in public, and otherwise disrespecting local customs and laws.
Although taking people to the giant icy hunk of land at the bottom of the world brings attention and awareness to the area's environmental issues, there are risks involved for the continent's avian inhabitants.
I called their secretary-general, Louis Perrey, to see how seriously Saugets take themselves.
It's been 25 years since Romanian president Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife, Elena, were executed by their disgruntled citizens.
James Whineray and Joel Wynn Rees have been working on their Lancelin Dunes series for a couple of years now. If the Dunes was any more apocalyptic, someone would need to build a Thunder Dome out there.
A close look at the kitschy tourist attraction that reflects what LA is, and what it wishes it could be.
I spent a day in Los Angeles giving every guy who walked past some unwanted verbal attention. I expected anger. What I got was weirdness.
Imbalu, the public circumcision of adult men, is an age-old ritual that government representatives and local boosters in southeast Uganda want to promote as a major tourist attraction. But the dubious ethicality of imposing the painful procedure on unwill…
I spent a night seeing what London nightlife looks like for tourists. As it turns out, it's full of tacky pubs and overpriced transportation.
A potentially drunk tour guide in San Francisco regaled German tourists with her numerous gripes with the Chinese people living in her city. Fortunately for us, someone filmed it.
I wanted to see what London looks like to the rest of the planet, and it turns out it's pretty much the misery capital of the entire world.
Like the dude on safari who doesn't lift his head from the lens, many of us have started vacation to accumulate stories, photos, and experiences rather than just letting the unfamiliar wash over us, and reveling in the surprise of unexpected things.
Mothers-to-be are crowding the shores of Miami and hiring bilingual companies to find them short-term leases and high-quality medical care before they jet back home.
We visited Kiev to capture the legacy of the pro-European protest movement that gave way to the current political upheaval all over Ukraine. What we found were sightseeing destinations and a booming tourist trade.
The Queen frontman's birthplace, a semiautonomous island off Tanzania, is happy to make money off his name, despite the country's entrenched homophobia.
She recently spoke with me about how she obtained permission to photograph, despite the place's no-photo policy, and how she got used to men in underwear being walked on a leash, among other things.
Most of you think that Vienna is for old people, because we invented Mozart instead of hip-hop. Well, according to my mother Mozart's better, and Vienna is a great party town, so you should come and hang out.
In Japan, fake food is a lucrative industry and an almost century-old tradition of elite craftsmanship.
Once upon a time, people came to Titusville, Florida, to watch space shuttles lift off, but with that NASA program ended there are no more tourists and the empty motels and stripped buildings give the town the feel of a modern-day ruin.
Taking advantage of the coincidence of its name, for two decades Vulcan has been holding a Star Trek–themed festival called "Spock Days" in a blatant, but extremely charming, effort to draw in tourists.