Orient Express, a pioneer of luxury train travel since the nineteenth century, has unveiled the world's largest sailing ship, the Orient Express Silenseas. According to the company, this revolution in maritime history is an ambitious undertaking that pushes the boundaries of what is possible
New Lunar Satellites Will Allow Astronauts to Travel to the Moon on Their Own
The European Space Agency and NASA are collaborating to create a network of lunar satellites that will enable GPS and high-speed internet for space travelers.
What Could Paris Look Like in 2050?
Architect Vincent Callebaut Shows Us What Paris Might Look Like in 2050. The project aims to combat global warming by creating innovative buildings that densify and remediate the urban environment, resulting in a more sustainable and connected city.
Now, it’s possible to own a vacation home and live on a cruise ship that travels the globe
When Storylines' first residential cruise ship debuts in 2024, it will include 547 fully furnished residences for sale to globetrotters who want to live on a cruise ship, work, and play while traveling the world.
DJ, YouTuber, and K-pop rapper to join SpaceX’s moon mission crew
Yusaku Maezawa, a businessman, revealed his SpaceX's moon mission crew on Friday, following a global search for creative individuals last year.
Is there a tunnel leading to Cleopatra’s long-lost tomb in Egypt?
According to reports, archeologists in Egypt recently discovered a vast underground tunnel near the city of Alexandria that may lead to the long-lost tomb of Egypt's last pharaoh and possibly its most famous ruler, Queen Cleopatra VII
The only places where you can’t buy Coca-Cola are in North Korea and Cuba
It's reassuring to know that you can always get a Coca-Cola wherever you go. Almost anywhere, in fact. According to the BBC, despite the fact that this fizzy drink is available almost everywhere, it has yet to (officially) make its way to North Korea or Cuba. This is due to long-term trade embargoes imposed by the United States.
Unesco designates French baguettes as a World Heritage Site
The French baguette, a movie icon of French culture, has finally been inscribed on the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
The world’s oldest continuously inhabited city is Damascus
You might think Jerusalem or Athens was the world's oldest continuously inhabited city, but Damascus, Syria, holds that honor.
The Trans-Siberian Railway crosses 3,901 bridges on a one-way trip
The Trans-Siberian railway is the longest railroad in Russia and the world, connecting the country's center to the Far East