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ARTICLES

Guide to Renting a Villa in Sicily, Italy

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

Italy's Slow Cities

Twenty-three small towns have vowed to protect their way of life against a fast-lane, homogenized world: Local foods instead of global brands. Less traffic, less...

Affordable Amalfi Coast

Long a luxe playground for the jet set, this southern Italian shore is still within reach, even in high season

Europe's Best Hotels

Ready to hop the pond this summer? Check into one of the best hotels in Europe, as selected by T+L readers.

World's Best Service 2010

Attentive service can make all the difference in your hotel stay. Here are the top-rated spots.

Just Back from Positano: Diane Lane

'The whole town is Dr. Seussian—houses stacked on top of one another. I have a nine-year-old, so right now that's my frame of reference.'

T+L's Definitive Guide to Adventure Travel

Choosing that next great trip into the outdoors means knowing what kind of adventure travel you're after—and finding the right outfitter to match. T+L lends...

Best Hotels in Italy

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they’re the best in Italy.

The Pleasures of Italy

From Milan to Rome, from Florence to Naples, Gini Alhadeff profiles style insiders who effortlessly embody la dolce vita—something she knows a little about herself—and...

Best Romantic Winter Getaways

Choose your romantic getaway for two, from an intimate, affordable nook up in the trees to a wilderness camp at the very end of the...
HOTELS

La Rosa dei Venti

Long a jet-set playground, Italy’s Amalfi Coast is still accessible, thanks to a handful of affordable hotels that includes La Rosa dei Venti. On a cliff in Positano, La Rosa's seven rooms are... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Da Adolfo

Family-owned for more than 40 years, this beachfront restaurant is little more than a wooden terrace set in a secluded cove on the Amalfi Coast. A steep set of 450 stairs leads down to Da Adolfo from... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Champagne Bar at Le Sirenuse

Part of the 18th-century seaside villa that houses Le Sirenuse hotel, this upscale bar is set on an open-air terrace overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and the surrounding hills. Classic jazz music fills... more ›


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