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Exploring Trieste, Italy

T+L takes in the architecture, seafood, coffee, and more in Trieste, Italy.

Editor’s Note | August 2011

It’s good to know, but hardly a surprise, that Travel + Leisure readers and I are thinking the same way about where we want to...

Top Travel Trends of 2010

From underground supper clubs to virtual reality “trips,” the new year promises exciting and innovative discoveries for the traveler.

Greece: Europe’s Newest Wine Country

In Greece—between the Peloponnese, Macedonia, and the shores of Crete—T+L finds welcoming people, seductively simple food, and unforgettable Greek wines.

Exploring Slovenia's Undiscovered Towns

From Ljubljana to Piran, Slovenia is still, somehow, an undiscovered land of castles, vineyards, mountains, and Mediterranean beaches.

America's Best Coffee Cities

Where can you get the best cup of java in the U.S.? Travel + Leisure’s survey names the best coffee cities.

Letters | August 2006

Lisa Birnbach's feature on hotel residents ['Real-Life Eloises,' June], along with the striking portraits by Martha Camarillo, reminded me of my childhood best friend, who...

A Food Lover's Guide to Genoa, Italy

T+L reels in decadent squid-ink ravioli, hearty roasted branzino, and so much more on the Ligurian coast.

Lidia’s Italy

Italian chef and author Lidia Bastianich has been dishing culinary secrets for more than 30 years (her fifth book, Lidia’s Italy, hit the shelves in...

Sarajevo on the Rise

More than a decade after the Yugoslav wars came to an end, the once-besieged city finds its way into the future. Sean Rocha reports.
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