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This portrait of Madrid was both fantastically chic and incredibly simple. I expected to find a fashionista's take on her favorite playground, complete with trendy...

T+L Reports: Made in Spain

Move over, chorizo and sangria. "Spain is in the grip of a nueva cocina revolution," writes T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen in her book...

Discovering Brno’s Architecture

In Brno, the Czech Republic's Second City, Modernist architecture took root early and then promptly dropped from sight behind the Iron Curtain.

Spain's Visionary Cuisine

"No, no, not Spanish--Catalan!" This rebuke echoes throughout Spain's northeast corner, startling visitors primed for sangria, tapas, and a bit of Death in the Afternoon....

Affordable European Hotels

The euro may be falling, but not fast enough. So we've done the work for you: T+L scoured 27 cities from Amsterdam to Athens and...

T+L Reports: An Inn of Ice and a Stay in Stone

News on where to stay . . . what to see . . . what to buy . . .

Madrid's Newly Renovated Museums

With the expansion of its three biggest museums, the Spanish capital claims pride of place on the global art scene. Andrew Ferren takes a tour.

Majorca's Growing Style

Majorca may be notorious for its crowded beaches and high-rise resorts, but, as Bob Morris discovers, a new generation of style setters is finding inspiration...

T+L Reports: Distant Sounds

Four groups celebrate the breadth of world music with new releases. Barcelona's Ojos de Brujo is known for a "pop" blend of flamenco, rumba, and...

12 Tips for Avoiding Storms at Sea

Planning a cruise can be a challenge—even for an old hand. Here, 12 tips for avoiding storms at sea.
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