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World's Most Outrageous Hotel Fees

More and more hotels are adding fees to room bills. But you can take steps to protect yourself if you look before you book.

So Fine, Yet so Corsica

Beautiful and difficult, sultry and steel-willed, French yet not French, Corsica is an island unto itself—and its roads are half the fun.

Simple Pleasures in Aix-en-Provence

Farmers’ market, cafes, lazy outdoor lunches: Pleasures in the south of France haven’t diminished at all.

Sheep Walking Trails in the Pyrenees

Every summer in parts of Europe, farmers and ranchers send their animals on an ancient parade called the transhumance. Brad Kessler follows a flock up...

Sailing to Sardinia

The Costa Smeralda is legendarily beautiful and exclusive, but sail along the coast or drive inland a stretch—away from the glitz and glamour and 300-foot...

Seas of Green

Some of the world’s finest and most far-flung courses are easily reached by water

Fast Talk: Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse isn't the easiest person to track down. When he's not flying back and forth between New York, France, and Monaco, he's overseeing his...

Vacation Rentals in Europe

France and Italy remain at the top of the list for those looking for a European rental. In France, the affordable alternatives to Provence are...

Sea of Love

Late-night walks on deck, dinners cooked by world-class chefs—nothing delivers romance like a cruise ship. Here, our picks for the six sexiest sailings.

America’s Best Coffee

Put down that cup of average joe: there's a coffee renaissance afoot in America. Francine Maroukian sips her way across the country to find the...
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