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Taste the Flavors of Piedmont

For dedicated gastronomes, northern Italy's promise of Slow Food, long lunches, and bold red wines is too good to pass up. Matt Lee and Ted...

11 Money-Saving European Travel Tips

New air routes, hotels, and booking strategies make European travel almost as cheap as staying home.

50 Romantic Hotels: Best Values

Introduction | Secluded Retreats | City Lights | Into the Wilderness | Along the Shore | Best Values | Urban Classics | Country Grandeur |...

Debriefing: GOOOOAAAL! Soccer in São Paulo

Travel + Leisure special correspondent Peter Jon Lindberg just returned from 12 days in Brazil. Here’s what he found.

Custom European Tours

Travelers are fueling demand for a bespoke approach to sightseeing: private, off-the-map tours led by savvy locals. "Nowadays, the most sought-after travel operators are those...

Your 2009 Travel Horoscope

Let the stars guide you on a dream trip this year.

Getting Around Europe Affordably | T+L Money

T+L’s personal finance columnist, Jean Chatzky, answers your questions. This month: Plane or train for the European grand tour?

An Architect on Green Design

To architect Bobby Weed, the true character of a golf course is built into its putting surfaces and their surrounds

T+L Reports: Eastern European Hotels

Western Europe, pay attention: your neighbors to the east are in the middle of a design-hotel boom. PRAGUE Aria Hotel (9 Trziste, Mala Strana; 212/201-1155;...

Sonoma Golf Club

The Carneros region, split between Napa Valley and Sonoma County, is known for pinot noir and chardonnay grapes, the two varietals that go into great...
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