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Spanish Culinary Revolution

Spain has become a destination for travelers looking for culinary innovation. Anya Von Bremzen visits the restaurants where 10 visionaries are leading the charge

Seas of Green

Some of the world’s finest and most far-flung courses are easily reached by water

I Capped My Credit Card in San Francisco

Three hot new shopping streets

T+L Reports: Europe's Baby Biennial

You're not alone if you're suffering from "biennialitis," difficulty distinguishing one massive international art event from another. In a bid to stand out—and to evolve...

Umbria’s Trasimeno Festival

At pianist Angela Hewitt’s Trasimeno festival in Umbria, Michael Z. Wise discovers the pleasures—and burgeoning global popularity—of the small, artist-run chamber music event.

The Medical Vacation

State-of-the-art hospitals from Bangkok to Cape Town are luring American travelers with low prices and packages that include side trips to local attractions. But are...

30 Dream Destinations

From the lush hills of New Zealand to the coral beaches of the Maldives, we've combed the world for the most idyllic places, where you...

Selwyn Herson Played Them All

Wish you could play all the top 100 courses in the world?Shake hands with a guy who did.

T+L Reports: Made in Spain

Move over, chorizo and sangria. "Spain is in the grip of a nueva cocina revolution," writes T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen in her book...

Learning the Lingua Franca

Having traveled in Spain knowing only the words for "thank you" and "bathroom," Sara Corbett discovers what a difference an immersion course can make
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