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Five Small-Town French Cafés

Want to live—and dine—like a local in southern France?Look no further than the village bistros scattered throughout the region’s countryside.

Wrinkle-Resistant Clothes

Smooth it Out By fusing luxury and function, these wrinkle-resistant pieces make for an effortless, well-styled trip. For Her The Bobby Jones water-resistant anorak ($395)...

Victoria the Fair | T+L Golf

On Vancouver Island, British Columbia, golf fit for a queen.

Napa’s New Flavors

Travelers taking a Napa Valley tasting tour rarely have to wonder how and where their wine was made. But the same isn’t true for people...

Bordeaux’s Wine Growing Renaissance

How does France’s oldest—and most iconic—wine-growing region go about reinventing itself?Alexandra Marshall meets the next generation of hoteliers, chefs, and winemakers behind this unexpected renaissance.

Revisiting Emilia-Romagna

In a country where tourists outnumber residents, Jane Bills revisits the capital of Emilia-Romagna—a lesser-known city steeped in style and substance.

T+L's Global Guide to Arts & Culture

From New York to Madrid to Tokyo, T+L spotlights eight culture capitals and maps easy itineraries that allow you to get your dose of art,...

Ask T+L: Ipods, 2-Hour Drives, Travel Insurance

Q: I'm addicted to my iPod, but the battery frequently dies on long flights, when I have no way to recharge it. Any suggestions? —Elyse...

My Favorite Place: Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Author, cultural critic, and Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. takes DANI SHAPIRO out for a ride on Martha's Vineyard.

Get Out and Boogie

There’s great rockin’—for parents and kids—at warm-weather music festivals all over the country
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