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See more Best Places to Eat Like a LocalMussels at De Noordzee, BrusselsSqueeze in amid the regulars at this outdoor fish stall—they’re all devouring... Read More

See 100 Places to Eat Like a LocalFarinata, Genoa, ItalyLiguria’s beloved equivalent of the French socca is a thin, pizza-like pancake made from... Read More

See more Best Places to Eat Like a LocalLo Scoglio da Tommaso, Amalfi Coast, Italy: Pleasure yachts from Capri and Positano drop anchor for lunch... Read More

See the T+L Insider Video: Rome Made EasyLay of the LandCampo Marzio: Commonly referred to as Centro, this aristocratic neighborhood offers the best of... Read More

Across EuropeAbercrombie & Kent VillasBest For: Excursions; local staff; user-friendly websiteFive decades of experience as a luxury travel operator... Read More

See a video of Christmas in VeniceI first saw Venice in June 1984. It was a sewer.I had arrived in Rome with an insane man (a misanthropic friend with... Read More

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The Athlete: Stan BahnsenThe Experience: This former Major League Baseball pitcher and 1968’s Rookie of the Year for the New York Yankees (who had a... Read More

Use an experienced cruise agent. Choosing a cruise is like buying a bespoke suit: to get the right fit, you need an expert. Cabin location can be... Read More

The crowds surrounding the Trevi Fountain in Rome behaved as if nothing were amiss. They snapped photos and ate gelato in its shadow, even though a... Read More

1. romeWhy: Chocolate-covered panettone. The chicest stores on Earth. A city more alive than ever, with its $81 million renovation of churches and... Read More

Arosa, Switzerland | Durango, Colorado | Venice | Las Vegas | Honduras | Palm Springs | Madrid | Washington, D.C. Address Book PLUS New Year's around... Read More

See T+L’s Bucket List slideshows• Beach Vacations Bucket List• The Foodie’s Travel Bucket List• Celebrities’ Favorite Places• Ultimate Adventure Travel... Read More

Get more holiday travel inspiration.You haven’t experienced Christmas lights until you’ve seen nearly four miles of them artfully hung in patterns... Read More

Where did you stay while filming?The cast stayed at the Parco dei Principi, near the far side of Villa Borghese. It was very fancy, but old-school,... Read More

http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/backpacking-tripsTrekking, Walking, and BikingAlpine AscentsAdrenaline-inducing mountaineering trips that... Read More

Le MarcheTod’sYou'll not only find last season’s bags and shoes from Tod’s at this warehouse off the region’s A14 motorway, but also accessories from... Read More

See the Globetrotter’s Guide to World Hot Spots.Descriptions of Rome tend toward hyperbole (see Byron, Henry James, Stendhal). It’s splendid; majestic;... Read More

Across the river, in the blue-collar Oltrarno district, where for centuries the art of Florence has been made and mended in neighborhood workshops and... Read More

Rome’s character can change in the crossing of a street. The languor of a passeggiata through the piazzas of the historic center becomes a 21st-century... Read More

Italy: Dolce Vita in RomeWe love the Eternal City’s Berninis and Borrominis, but we’re even more smitten with Roma’s pastas and pecorinos. Our ultimate... Read More

Oberkampf, ParisThis former haven for dive bars has become ground zero for high-end chefs with casual-bistro dreams—and the trend has spread across the... Read More

For the past four years, Canadian chef Mona Talbott of the American Academy in Rome—and author of the new cookie bible Biscotti (Little Bookroom; $18.95... Read More

According to locals, the true heart of the Maremma runs along the Tyrrhenian coast, from Grosseto to Capalbio, and 30 miles inland to Mount Amiata. A... Read More

In the end, we never got to Ithaca—never followed “in the wake of Odysseus,” as the brochure for the cruise had promised; at least, not all the way to... Read More

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