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T+L Reports: Crème de Cassis

Carved from a honey-colored stone citadel that dates back to the Roman presence in Provence, Château de Cassis is steeped in history. Bricks salvaged from...

Bid for Good: Give Back by Traveling

There’s no denying that over at T+L lately, we’ve been flushed with auction fever. First came Vacationist (a new private hotel sale site brought to...

Five Small-Town French Cafés

Want to live—and dine—like a local in southern France?Look no further than the village bistros scattered throughout the region’s countryside.

Best Places for Holiday Travel

Deciding where to spend Christmas? Here are the year’s hot spots for holiday travel.

Pari Fermier: Paris Farmers Market

Where can you find figs from Provence, chèvre from the Pyrenees, and almost any French comestible you can imagine?Among the farmers and producers at the...

America's Best Wine Bars

Toast your next vacation at one of the country’s top-flight wine bars.

London Fashion Comes to New York City

I’ve been trying to get back to London for years now, but other travels (to Paris, Avignon, New Mexico, L.A.) keep getting in the way....

Letters | October 2006

Imagine our surprise upon reading that Jennifer Rubell ['Ma Vie en Rosé,' August] had also found Auberge du Relais de Saint Ser, a little gem...

T+L Reports: A Night in Provence

With guesthouses in the south of France as common as snails after a rainfall, La Maison is giving the genre a stylish update. The 18th-century...

European Festival Checklist

Europe's summer festivals showcase opera, dance, and theater. But tickets and hotel rooms go fast. Here's what you need to know to score last-minute entrée...
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