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Enjoying Traditional San Sebastián

In the coastal town of San Sebastián—a resort for Spanish royals in the 19th century, now ruled by kings and queens of the new Basque...

Pari Fermier: Paris Farmers Market

Where can you find figs from Provence, chèvre from the Pyrenees, and almost any French comestible you can imagine?Among the farmers and producers at the...

New Spanish Architecture in Barcelona and Santiago

A tale of high-profile design projects in Barcelona and Santiago that created two new icons of Spanish architecture.

Europe Travel: Best Money-Saving Tips

T+L gives you the lowdown on how to plan an affordable trip to Europe that stays within your budget.

America's Best Wine Bars

Toast your next vacation at one of the country’s top-flight wine bars.

Beach Tomato's Top 5 City Beaches

Expert advice from our friends at Beach Tomato: The perfect beach isn't always about undiscovered sands in far-away places. Sometimes, tucked in the most frenetic...

Julia Leach’s Design Inspiration

Globe-trotting designer and Europhile Julia Leach talks to T+L about her design inspiration.

Fast Talk: Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse isn't the easiest person to track down. When he's not flying back and forth between New York, France, and Monaco, he's overseeing his...

Letters | February 2007

Although Spain has been undergoing an exciting modern transformation in recent years, I often wish contemporary design would be kept to the cities—Madrid, Barcelona, and...

World's Strangest Buildings

These odd, eye-popping structures—in England, China, and elsewhere—are worth a detour.
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