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T+L Reports: Scooting Across Italy

A millennium ago, Rome-bound pilgrims cut across Tuscany on the Via Francigena trade route, passing through Florence, San Gimignano, and Siena by foot. Now you...

Vacation Rentals

Where to start when choosing a vacation house?A rental agency can take the guesswork out of it. Here, T+L's guide to the best

The Russian Evolution

Just in time for the city's 300th anniversary, Anya von Bremzen heads to St. Petersburg—where sushi outsells selyodka—to find the restaurants no visitor should miss

T+L Reports: Reel World

Italian craftsmen at Rome's Cinecittà studios re-created Manhattan's notorious Five Points slum for Martin Scorsese's latest, Gangs of New York, an immigrant's tale set during...

Visiting Florentine Villas

In the early 20th century, the British gentry bought up villa after villa in Florence, ushering in a renaissance of their own. One of the...

Food Trends: Sashimi Amor

We've seen flamboyant California rolls, Nobu Matsuhisa's Japanese-Peruvian tiraditos, even Brazilian "frushi." Now a new, gentler wave of raw fusion is washing over Spanish and...

Insider: Shanghai

Things are looking up (and up, and up) for this on-the-move Chinese port city

Urban Style: Tokyo/Paris/Berlin

Edgy, chic and sleek--these cities are as individual as the people on their streets. Guy Trebay drops in on three headline-making capitals to find out...

Spa, Italian-Style

It was the Etruscans who first discovered the healing properties of the thermal waters in Tuscany's Val d'Orcia. Now the baths built there by the...

Going Underground

Spelunk your way across the globe, from London's Cabinet War Rooms to Moscow's Mayakovskaya metro station
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