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Driving Emilia-Romagna

Viewing art in Italy is often a cheek-by-jowl experience, but the province of Emilia-Romagna remains blissfully crowd-free. Peter Weller hits the road to explore some...

Ask T+L: Rafting Tour, Wine Cruise, World Cup, iPhone Apps

Q: Can you recommend any good tour operators offering rafting trips on the Colorado River? —Tom O’Neal, Cove Neck, N.Y. A: There are several outfitters...

World's Strangest Theme Parks

From Orlando to Beijing, weird amusement parks attract the curious—and the crazy.

Driving Italy's Ligurian Coast

Only Italians seem to have discovered the colorful villages and tranquil beaches of Liguria’s Riviera di Ponente. T+L hits the Via Aurelia for a languorous...

Culinary Tour of Baja, Mexico

Lured by spicy quail, tuna ceviche, and Mexico’s best fish tacos, T+L lights out for Ensenada—and from there, things just go south.

Florence’s Medieval Art

In the medieval castles of the countryside outside Florence, Ilaria Dagnini Brey explores one of art history's thrilling wartime chapters.

Editor’s Note | June 2009

I love to see Travel + Leisure readers’ comments on the hotels they visit, hovering for the most part on the extreme ends of the...

7 Tips for Villa Rentals

Thinking of renting a villa for your next vacation? Start here.

Letters | May 2009

Reader’s Find: Italy Five years ago, my husband and I discovered a magical place in Tuscany: Villa Bernardi (one-week minimum, from $9,134), on a 130-acre...

The Multiple-Choice Vacation | T+L Family

Take two working parents; add three kids with dramatically divergent interests—and an 11-year age difference. How in the world do you find the right destination?
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