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4 New French Inns

Forget about toile de Jouy. From Provence to the Dordogne, next-generation inns are awash in Modernism, Moroccan exotic, Flemish austerity—everything, it seems, but traditional French...

Back to the Land of Dordogne

If a Frenchman's heart lives in Paris, his stomach resides in the Dordogne Valley. From duck confit and foie gras to strawberries and goat cheese,...

World's Coolest Rental Homes

Indulge your real-estate fantasies with a stay in one of these chic rental homes.

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.

Julia Leach’s Design Inspiration

Globe-trotting designer and Europhile Julia Leach talks to T+L about her design inspiration.

17 All-Star Villa Agencies

Across Europe Abercrombie & Kent Villas Five decades of experience as a luxury travel operator has given A&K a healthy head start with its 200-property...

Culinary Tours for Foodies

Michelin’s culinary tours for foodies go beyond their traditional guidebooks.

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...

Best Villa Rental Agencies

The top agencies for renting a European villa.

Ask T+L: European Walking Tours, Hotel Cooking Classes, and More

Q: Can you recommend a few good private walking tours in Europe? —Alice Lee, Los Angeles, Calif. A: The bespoke itineraries from Context Travel (contexttravel.com;...
HOTELS

Château les Merles

Part of France’s new wave of country hotels and restaurants, this estate dates from 1677, with a 19th-century château built by one of Napoleon’s generals. Dutch decorator Joris van... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Château de St.-Geniès Restaurant

Built to withstand wartime assaults, the 13th-century Château de St.-Geniès has thick stone walls and antiques-filled rooms. more ›


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