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Eating and Drinking in Alsace, France

Not quite French, not fully German, the traditional taverns of northeastern France have a vernacular all their own, full of paneling, checked tablecloths, regional wines,...

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.

Letters | June 2012

Seattle’s Best Gary Shteyngart’s “What to See and Do in Seattle, Washington” [March] captures the spirit and essence of the city perfectly. Every time I...

Artist Jennifer Rubell's Top Hotspots

Jennifer Rubell, a food writer turned performance and installation artist, talks to T+L about her most inspiring trips.

New European Mosques

All across Europe, the controversial construction of new mosques is raising questions about aesthetics and assimilation, faith and tolerance—and liberal democracy itself. MICHAEL Z. WISE...

World's Top Outlet Stores

Looking to score a deal? From Maine to Japan, these discount outlets are worth traveling for.

Ask T+L: River Cruises in Europe, Small Hotels on Maui, and Hidden Airline Fees

Q: My husband and I want to spend a weekend in Manhattan. Where are the best new places to stay and eat? —Alison Carter, San...

Roadside Attractions: 3 Architectural Drives in Central Europe

Michael Gorra tours the Rococo churches of Bavaria and wonders if the frivolous-seeming structures can live up to the religious fervor they're meant to evoke....

Letters | June 2009

Luke Barr’s story “Simple Pleasures in Aix-en-Provence” [April] is one of the most terrific travel pieces I have read in some time. What a magical...

Best Christmas Markets in Europe

From Brussels to Vienna, 12 markets rich with history to spend the holidays.
HOTELS

La Maison des Têtes

Originally built as a wine exchange in 1609, the inn has 18 cozy rooms with exposed wooden beams and flat-screen TV’s. The owners, Marc and Carmen Rohfritsch, are an extremely cordial couple,... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Wistub Brenner

The interior is invested with that sort of non-décor décor that people who began their eating careers in France 50 years ago know can be a good sign. Lunching outside is a dream, though... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Le Creuset Outlet

Follow the hordes of fresh-off-the-boat Brits as they stampede into this small farmhouse-like store just outside of Calais. Sure, there are Le Creuset outlets in malls across America, but this is the... more ›


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