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Discovering the Veneto’s 6 Best Hotels

Illustrious architecture, Veronese frescoes, delicious local cuisine—on a mission to discover six of the region’s best hotels, Christopher Petkanas explores a corner of Italy he’d...

America's Most Beautiful College Libraries

With concerts, art exhibits, and cafés, these beautiful college libraries inspire visits for more than a study session.

Architectural Driving Tour of Veneto

Carlo Scarpa was one of the few 20th-century architects to make a mark on Veneto. T+L steers toward his best surviving designs.

School’s Out: 5 Sweet Summer Festivals in College Towns

Just because the school year is over, don't expect college towns to turn into ghost towns. Here's how five cities are living it up in...

Long Weekend: Cooperstown, New York

Long before Cooperstown became the St. Andrews of baseball—in fact, long before Abner Doubleday's game became our national pastime—the author James Fenimore Cooper predicted that...

Yes, There Really is a Cooperstown

But is this almost-too-perfect time capsule still relevant?Perhaps more than ever

An Epic European Road Trip

Five European countries, three days, one epic drive.

America's Best Hotels for Fall Colors

Plan your leaf-peeping trip around one of these inns with spectacular views of fall colors.

World’s Best Trip: Veneto, Italy

How to take a World’s Best trip to the Veneto, Italy.

Letters | July 2011

For the Love of Lowcountry Charleston, South Carolina [“Charleston’s Southern Hospitality,” by Matt Lee and Ted Lee, May], is truly a wonderful place to visit...
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