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Brittany Travel Guide

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Tastes of Brittany

A tour of France's northwest coast yields prized oysters, Fleur de Sel, and singular Breton classics.

Social Website Connects Travelers Using Facebook

A new travel website is turning friends into travel agents, coworkers into guidebooks, and families into concierges. Gtrot.com (short for globetrotters) recently stepped out of...

Opening: SPRING-time in Paris

Daniel Rose’s excellent Paris adventure has all the ingredients of the best-selling expat tale it may someday become: smart kid from Chicago thinks he might...

T+L Reports: Brittany's New Look

In the seaside village of Perros-Guirec, L'Agapa Hotel & Spa clings—like the agapanthus flower—to the rocks of the remote Granit Rose coast. The briny Atlantic...

The Foodie's Travel Bucket List

It's worth the trip to sample these quintessential dishes, from tapas in Barcelona to the freshest sushi of your life in Tokyo. We've got the...

World's Top Oyster Bars

On a quest for the best oysters, T+L travels the globe on a half shell.

Australia’s Booming Culinary Scene in Tasmania

Tasmania’s native bounty—bruny island oysters; sea lettuce straight from the shore—makes this southern Australian state the next great getaway for food-obsessed travelers.

Letters | June 2006

I started eating my way across France when I studied abroad in college, so I was thrilled to read 'Tastes of Brittany,' by Matt Lee...

Europe's Most Irresistible Restaurants

T+L’s dining critic continues the European restaurant tour she first embarked on two decades ago.

Insider's Guide to Paris

Soulful bistros, hidden wine bars, historic patisseries...all are a part of T+L’s insider's guide to Paris.
HOTELS

La Citadelle Vauban

The Citadelle, poised on a cliff edge 130 feet above the Atlantic, is now a surprising hotel, the mâchicoulis serving as terraces lead off many of the 65 guest rooms. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Au Pied d'Cheval

Brittany is the heart of France's oyster trade, providing one-third of the nation's oyster crop, and the briny seafaring town of Cancale is its epicenter. Work up an appetite with a visit to the... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Cidrerie Paul Coïc

Five miles northwest of Quimper, a first-generation cider maker produces top-notch brews and distilled lambigs. more ›


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