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Vacationist Hotel Deals: The Caribbean, Greece + Maine

Book now on Vacationist, and you'll stay in some of your favorite destinations for up to 40% off. Sale ends in 2 days! Palm Island...

Affordable, Low-Key Nicaragua

In a country where history is alive and always present, T+L finds well-preserved colonial towns and remnants of the 1970’s revolution, teeming jungles, white-sand beaches,...

T+L Reports: Grand in Granada

This Spanish city of miradores, Arab palaces, and snowcapped mountains now has historic inns to match its storybook setting. Hesperia Granada (Plaza Gamboa; 34/958-018-400; www.hesperia-granada.com;...

Alhambra-Inspired Jewelry

With its shimmering glazed-tile walkways, elaborate honeycomb-domed ceilings, and soaring arabesqued archways, it’s easy to see why the Alhambra—that breathtaking monument to Moorish architecture, a...

Beautiful Castles Around the World

Take a photo tour of beautiful castles in strategic locations, from the German Alps to the middle of a lake in India.

Best Secret Islands on Earth

For white-sand beaches, salty breezes, freshly caught seafood, and no crowds, head to one of the world’s best secret islands.

World's Most Underrated Cities

Sure, popular cities have their place. But if you like exploring, there's interesting stuff in the world's most underrated cities.

A-List 2010: World's Top Travel Agents

T+L evaluated thousands of travel agents to create this highly selective list just for you.

Andalusia's Journey

For 700 years, Muslims, Christians, and Jews flourished in the fertile landscape of southern Spain. Edward W. Said reflects on that rich past from the...

Letters | July 2010

Travel Secret I subscribe to five travel magazines and often get frustrated with the fluff out there, but yours is all meat and potatoes. The...
HOTELS

Hotel La Gran Francia

The hotel was originally built in the 16th century, and in 1995 sensitively restored. The 21 rooms, on two stories, are built around a large courtyard open to the sky. The floors of the rooms are... more ›


RESTAURANTS

El Tercer Ojo

This dark, candlelit restaurant, despite the name (The Third Eye), wears its bohemianism lightly. The crowd is younger and more stylish and Nicaraguan than in the places right on the plaza, and the... more ›


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