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Last Chance to See Sargent's Impressionism at Adelson Galleries

John Singer Sargent may have been the most cosmopolitan American artist of the nineteenth century (born in Florence, Italy, trained in France, travels in North...

Vacationist: Morocco, Hungary, and Italy

Here's a secret: Last month, a handful of travel experts converged in Marrakech. So take it from us, we're betting Morocco will be on the...

Virtually Exploring Renaissance Italy

What can a video game re-creation of renaissance Italy tell us about real places and real history?

How Reality Television Shapes Travel

T+L takes a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly of reality television travel guides.

Hotels of Florence, A Primer

In Florence, where you choose to stay speaks volumes about who you are. Here, Christopher Petkanas offers a primer on great hotels that make a...

An Epic European Road Trip

Five European countries, three days, one epic drive.

Travel-Inspired Designers

Here, how travel inspires four fashion designers, from Amy Smilovic of Tibi to Derek Lam.

A-List: World's Top Travel Agents 2011

Whether you’re looking to plan the trip of a lifetime, secure a great guide, or snag a hotel upgrade, booking with an expert beats the...

Bespoke PJ's from Florence

Among Florence's renowned designer boutiques and artisan outposts, the ultimate take-home luxury is a pair of bespoke pajamas from Loretta Caponi. Stepping into the 50-year-old...

Most and Least Expensive European Cities

Traveling to Europe? Some cities offer great value. Others, not so much.
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