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Editor’s Note | March 2012

I just got off the phone with a friend in India—a “queen of style” in her city, Mumbai, who serves as a freelance shopping expert...

Where (and How) to Go Dancing with the Stars

Lance Bass and Kristi Yamaguchi give T+L some tips on how to samba, waltz, tango, and more when traveling.

Under Rio's Spell

The samba, the beach, the fresh pineapple juice—in Rio de Janeiro, virtually everything ignites a tireless passion for living. Henry Alford falls under the city's...

Manaus Moment

Starting with its famous 19th-century opera house—in the Brazilian rain forest—Manaus is a study in contrasts, an electronics mecca on the Amazon.

Editor’s Note | January 2009

I am writing this letter from London, having spent the past two days at the annual World Travel Market fair, where government tourism representatives, airlines,...

World's Most Controversial Monuments

Everyone’s a critic, but these monuments have sparked the biggest controversies. See what the fuss is about.

Exploring Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

On Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, howler monkeys rule the rain forest and locals still pan for gold. T+L explores the country's true nature.

The Next Frontier of Villa Rentals

As villa rentals expand into more adventurous locales, it's becoming easier to find houses in New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and northern and southern Africa. Sun-seekers...

A-List: World's Top Travel Agents 2012

Travel planning grows more complicated every year—which is why the advice of an expert can make all the difference.

World's Most Beautiful Museums

Take a museum tour where the most beautiful artwork on display may be the building itself.
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