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Anish Kapoor Sculptures in London

London “Anish Kapoor” at the Royal Academy of Arts (September 26–December 11). A vast mass of imperceptibly moving crimson wax (titled Svayambh, a Sanskrit word...

The Sartorialist Pops Up in New York and London

I’d love to tell you that I’m off traveling the world (or shopping) most days of the week. Truth is, I spend the majority of...

Digital Travel News: Resources for the Road

1. Innovative book publisher Taschen is going digital with a new series of iPad apps. Among the first up: Yes Is More ($9.99), a comic...

Road Trip Through England’s Countryside

On a drive through England’s countryside, T+L discovers intimate new inns and a stylish resurgence in the region’s seaside villages.

Naxos Quartets Perform in London

“The Naxos Quartets” Southbank Centre (October 9–11). They may be the first set of string quartets named after a record label. Naxos commissioned the eminent...

Europe's Most-Visited Tourist Attractions

The new European Grand Tour counts museums, ancient ruins, churches, and some surprises.

Next Great Neighborhoods

These buzzing districts reveal the authentic character of five of our favorite European cities.

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...

Letters | June 2010

Looking Back on Bodrum Peter Jon Lindberg’s “Touring Turkey’s Bodrum Peninsula” was most interesting to me, but the glamorous beach resort he describes is not...

Eco-Friendly Guide to Paris, London and Stockholm

Where to go, stay and eat in three European cities, while staying environmentally conscious.
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