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Cape Town's Rising Art Scene

How does a place known for its beaches, mountains, and vineyards develop a progressive design scene? T+L looks at a collective of enterprising Cape Town...

Secret Spots at 6 European Ports

T+L’s A-List agents share their singular European finds.

Editor’s Note | April 2009

We have lots of indications that you share our long-running commitment to European travel—through your letters and e-mails, as well as newsstand sales. Some of...

22 Affordable European Hotels

When you think of value-conscious hotels, style and design don’t always come to mind. But these T+L favorites promise both, without breaking the bank.

Affordable, Low-Key Nicaragua

In a country where history is alive and always present, T+L finds well-preserved colonial towns and remnants of the 1970’s revolution, teeming jungles, white-sand beaches,...

Melbourne, Mackenzie & Me

Eighty years after Alister the Great made his historic visit to Australia—creating Royal Melbourne, among other classics—another artist appraises the architect’s work

Housing Shortage of Olympic Proportions

Attention, sports fans: If you're thinking about going to Athens for the 2004 Summer Olympics, you might want to take along a tent. In March...

The Berkshires’ Best Art Museums

The Berkshires’ most revered art museums, plus a sneak peek at MASS MoCA’s upcoming Sol LeWitt retrospective.

Do-It-Yourself Olympics

Play in the same places where Olympic athletes made history.

Athens: An Insider's Guide

Athens has more than monuments to meet the eye
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