Travel

NSFW: Jumping Ship

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 30
This week EDGE profiles five getaways that will get you out of the office and living your dream, however mild or wild it may be. Consider coasteering in Wales.

NSFW: Redefining the Lunch Break

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 29
This week EDGE profiles five getaways that will get you out of the office and living your dream, however mild or wild it may be. Head to Italy for a week of butchery, foraging and more.

NSFW: Sexual Misconduct

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 28
If you feel like you're living life with a ball and chain attaching you to a cubicle, fear not. EDGE has scoured the globe for quintessential vacation experiences that will reinvigorate your zest for adventure.

Baltic Bites: The Best of Northern Europe

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 28
Looking for a foodie adventure and an excuse to wear your fur-lined parka this winter? New restaurants, star chefs, local produce and deep-rooted culinary traditions make the Baltic Sea region ideal for the culinary traveler.

NSFW Week: A Dog's Life

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 27
This week EDGE profiles five getaways that will get you out of the office and living your dream, however mild or wild it may be.

Go for the Food: Bryant's Barbecue in Kansas City

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 26
Pay a visit to the "grandfather of all barbecue places in Kansas City" - Bryant's Barbecue, which has been at its current location since 1935.

Dubai Cuts Into Medical Tourism Market

By Aya Batrawy | Oct 24
Dubai, the emirate known for its celebration of over-the-top glamour and luxury, is racing ahead to dominate the Middle East's plastic surgery market with plans to attract half a million medical tourists in six years.

Oh, Canada! A Kelowna Wedding Awaits

By Jim Gladstone | Oct 23
American LGBT couples looking to marry in a country where their unions are sanctioned from sea-to-shining-sea, but unwilling to wait until U.S. courts put an end to their foot-dragging would be hard-pressed to find a more romantic locale than Kelowna, CA.

New England Rakes in Millions from Leaf Peepers

By Tracee M. Herbaugh | Oct 22
On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage - they're looking at cold, hard cash.

Paris Catacombs Welcome Visitors

By Sylvie Corbet | Oct 21
As if visiting the Paris Catacombs in the daytime wasn't creepy enough - you can now visit the underground maze of skeletons after nightfall, too. That is if you dare defy the warning at the entrance: "Stop, this is the empire of Death."