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Palermo Travel Guide

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Guide to Renting a Villa in Sicily, Italy

After renting a villa in Sicily, T+L explores Italy’s famously impenetrable place.

What's New in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is thriving, thanks to avant-garde museums, sophisticated new hotels, and creative restaurants that span the Argentine city's colorful barrios.

Buenos Aires' New Clubby Hangout

There’s a new hangout in Buenos Aires for guests staying at Oasis Collections properties. Six months and $200,000 in the making, The Oasis Clubhouse debuted...

5 Great New Urban Hotels

Here are some of the hot new urban hotels from around the globe: Buenos AiresProdigal son Hernán Gipponi (who ran the restaurant at the Guggenheim...

Buenos Aires Is Hot for American-Style Frozen Yogurt

As the sultry Buenos Aires summer kicks into high gear, porteños are dipping into a new frozen treat for the first time. Thanks to a...

Buenos Aires: Best New Venues

From art deco mansions to historic restaurants, a series of renovations has created great new hotels and restaurants in Buenos Aires.

World's Craziest Waterslides

Warning: the latest, craziest waterslides will make you want to twist and shout.

Affordable Argentina

Intimate, design-driven hotelitos are opening throughout Buenos Aires. We’ve uncovered four neighborhood favorites that deliver style without sacrificing value.

World’s Best Trip: Sicily, Italy

How to take a World’s Best trip to Sicily.

Buenos Aires Reinventing Itself

In the wake of an economic crisis, this metropolis is looking beyond its European past and finding inspiration in its own culture. Mitchell Owens examines...
HOTELS

Hotel Excelsior Palace

Originally built as the Hotel de la Paix (Hotel of Peace) for Italy’s National Exhibition of 1891, this Art Nouveau landmark is one of Palermo’s oldest hotels. Situated in the... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Antica Focacceria San Francesco

An institution in downtown Palermo since 1834, this old school bistro is a top draw for gourmands, who come for the "slow-food" inspired focaccia sandwiches, deep-fried chickpea fritters, and... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Teatro Massimo

As the country's largest theater, the neo-classical Teatro Massimo has loomed large in the opera, ballet, and classical music scene since opening in 1897. It was also site of the culminating scene of... more ›


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