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How to Save Money on Your European Vacation
A perennial favorite for American travelers, Europe can also be one of the most expensive places to travel. First and foremost, you need to find a good tr... Read More
The Moment: San Cassiano, Italy
6:04 p.m.: It’s early evening, and as you walk back through sage- and wildflower-dotted meadows to Rosa Alpina Hotel & Spa, you can’t decide which is ... Read More
Affordable (and Stylish) European Hotel Chains
Though they’re less known to American travelers, these design-conscious brands have surprisingly well-priced rooms. Plus: A few of our favorite up-and-com... Read More
Insider's Guide to Provence From the Owner of Fig & Olive
Every year, Laurent Halasz—founder and owner of the Fig & Olive restaurants in New York and California—returns to his childhood home of Mougins, on Fr... Read More
How to Use Food as a Jet Lag Cure
Even more than foreign-transaction fees and data-roaming charges, jet lag is the bane of international travelers. Resetting your internal clock to a new tim... Read More
World's Best Airlines for Food
The winners, according to our annual reader poll. Domestic Virgin America 82.08 JetBlue Airways 74.18 Hawaiian Airlines 71.59 The demise of free meal s... Read More
Benjamin Millepied Takes Up New Role as Director of Paris Opera Ballet
In the fall, Benjamin Millepied, known to many as the choreographer of Black Swan (and husband of Natalie Portman), will take up his new post: director of... Read More
Restaurant Etiquette: How Long is Too Long to Linger at a Table?
Most good restaurants in the United States—especially popular new places—expect to turn over a table two to three times each night—that means they anticipat... Read More
Mesmerizing Map Makes it Easy To Follow Whales
It may be the tail end of whale watching-season in Hawaii, but with the new interactive map that tracks their migration, you can follow your favorites all... Read More
15 New Airlines to Launch in China
According to a report from CAPA-Centre for Aviation, 15 new airlines in China have launched or are scheduled to launch by the end of 2014—a 50% increase in ... Read More
Cruise Travel Twitter Chat on Tuesday, May 27
Whether you're a cruise novice or expert, join our Cruise Travel Twitter chat this Tuesday, May 27th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST. We'll be asking experts abou... Read More
Modern Germans Reclaim Heimat
Berlin resident Gisela Williams explores the proud new zeitgeist taking hold in her adopted homeland. Like so many German words, Heimat is impossible to ... Read More
Hottest New Restaurants in the U.S.
New York City: Burrata with lox; buffalo skate wings: Amanda Freitag takes greasy-spoon food to new heights at Empire Diner ($$), a reboot of the Chelsea ... Read More
Club Med Introduced City Stopovers
The next time I want a stress-free family vacation, I'm going all inclusive. We all know the perks—kids clubs, babysitters, easy access to restaurants, po... Read More
Gabrielle Hamilton Explores Uruguayan Food
What happens when an East Village chef heads to the legendary beachside haunt of Parador La Huella to cook Uruguayan food? Gabrielle Hamilton, chef of New... Read More
Airbnb's Agreement with New York Attorney General
Airbnb announced this week that it reached an agreement with the New York Attorney General, after the state office issued a second subpoena demanding data o... Read More
Where to Go in the Hamptons This Summer
Manhattanites, rejoice! After a seemingly endless winter, Hamptons season is officially upon us again as Memorial Day Weekend approaches. For 2014, there’s ... Read More
Best Hidden Beaches, National Parks, and Kid-Friendly Destinations
Watch T+L's Sarah Spagnolo share her favorite hidden beaches, national parks, and kid-friendly vacation spots on Katie. Read More
Steve Nash Heads to the World Cup with Bespoke Travel Company Beck & Score
The new bespoke travel company Beck & Score—which counts NBA all-star Steve Nash as a partner—is making it possible to travel to this summer’s World Cup... Read More
Film "Tracks" Follows One Woman Across Western Australia
Follow a woman’s incredible 1,700 mile, solo journey through the Australian outback in the upcoming film, Tracks. In 1977, Robyn Davidson made a 1,700-mi... Read More