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Travel Tweet-Up: Europe Travel Tips

Booking a trip to Europe? Have a ton questions that need answering? Then join us tomorrow (April 11), from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. ET,...

Europe's Best Neighborhoods for Foodies

From Paris to Istanbul, we’ve got the dish on neighborhood restaurants where you’ll eat like a local.

Editor’s Note | April 2012

I am deep into a book about 19th-century Americans in Paris and beyond—The Greater Journey, by David McCullough—that is, in many ways, a celebration of...

Montreal's Hot New Clothing Boutique

With its classic totes, iPad cases, and wallets named after airports around the world, Canadian leather-goods label Want Les Essentiels de la Vie is becoming...

Finding the World’s Top Olive Oils

A former circus performer left the big top to hunt down the world’s most refined oils, which he now sells from his Paris boutique.

Coolest Hotel Lobbies

Check in and check out these memorable hotel entrances from Anguilla to Paris.

Top New Landmarks

We asked you to vote on the skyscrapers, museums, and parks you love, and brag about where you've visited. Here are the results for T+L’s...

Shoe Shopping in Paris

When it comes to stylish slingbacks, sandals, and stilettos, Paris can't be beat. From the Marais to St.-Germain- des-Prés, we've found 10 of the most...

Paris by the Book | Pudlo Guides

Locals have kept Pudlo Paris—food critic Gilles Pudlowski's guide to over 1,500 restaurants, bars, cafés, and gourmet shops around the city—to themselves; now the paperback...

Airport Critic: Paris’s Charles de Gaulle

Paris’s largest airport, Charles de Gaulle, is an architectural wonder, but falls short when it comes to efficiency.
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