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European Festival Checklist

Europe's summer festivals showcase opera, dance, and theater. But tickets and hotel rooms go fast. Here's what you need to know to score last-minute entrée...

The Best NYC Tour

What's the best way to learn about a city—with a book in hand, on a guided stroll, or listening to your trusty iPod?MEEGHAN TRUELOVE hits...

Kraków's Revolution

As the government returns seized palaces and flats to aristocrats, Poland's second city is undergoing a quiet revolution. But, Peter S. Green wonders, can the...

Mary Jane Colter's Architecture

Mary Jane Colter's architecture was—and still is—part of the fabric of the Southwest. Unique among her peers, she planned it that way.

Mérida's Moment

The colonial capital of the Yucatán—land of ancient Mayan traditions—has reinvented itself as an enclave for hip expats, who are converting haciendas into sophisticated hotels...

Golf in Monterey

Now more than ever, the legendary layouts of Monterey are primed for play

The Rise in Voluntourism

For a growing number of travelers, volunteering in a remote corner of the world is the trip of a lifetime. Douglas McGray reports on the...

Hong Kong's Next Act

As it looks to the future, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations is grappling with economic woes, the potential return of SARS—and an...

Worry-Free Bookings

The travel industry responds to world events

Affordable Riviera

The Côte d'Azur is a parade of Europe's richest, most privileged pleasure seekers. But you don't have to be a tycoon to enjoy Monte Carlo,...
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