Best Places to Travel After a Divorce

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Reeling from a messy split? Treat yourself with some post-divorce travel therapy.

Amsterdam

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Drown your sorrows in this beautiful canal city, where the art and food scenes are thriving. The Rijksmuseum (site of Rembrandt’s Night Watch) reopened in April 2013 after a 10-year renovation, and nearby, the Van Gogh Museum holds the largest collection of paintings by the artist in the world. Continue your museum hopping at the Stedelijk Museum, which displays works by Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, and Jackson Pollock. Stop by the Noordermarkt organic market on Saturdays for fresh herbs and cheese, and afterward, savor apple cake at Winkel 43. For New Amsterdam cuisine (codfish, hare, and an entire menu dedicated to asparagus), try Bolenius, then retreat back to the high-design hotel Andaz on the Prinsengracht.

Best Places to Travel After a Divorce

Amsterdam

Drown your sorrows in this beautiful canal city, where the art and food scenes are thriving. The Rijksmuseum (site of Rembrandt’s Night Watch) reopened in April 2013 after a 10-year renovation, and nearby, the Van Gogh Museum holds the largest collection of paintings by the artist in the world. Continue your museum hopping at the Stedelijk Museum, which displays works by Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, and Jackson Pollock. Stop by the Noordermarkt organic market on Saturdays for fresh herbs and cheese, and afterward, savor apple cake at Winkel 43. For New Amsterdam cuisine (codfish, hare, and an entire menu dedicated to asparagus), try Bolenius, then retreat back to the high-design hotel Andaz on the Prinsengracht.

Courtesy of Rijksmuseum
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