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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...

Italy’s Best Pizza Town

T+L embarks on a mission to find the best pizza town in 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...

A Family Christmas in Padua

Family ties and simple holiday pleasures have lured T+L's Creative Director Pamela Berry back to Padua for more than a decade. Each year, she shops...

America's Coolest Rental Cars

Skip the compact on your next vacation: here’s how to get behind the wheel of America’s coolest rental cars.

The Ultimate Guide To Cooking Schools

On a quest to learn to cook like an Italian, Shane Mitchell joins a master chef in the Veneto for classes, vineyard visits, and market...

A Secret Coastal Getaway in Tuscany, Italy

From beachfront trattorias to cliffside hotels, T+L unearths the wild coastal region of Maremma within Tuscany, Italy.

T+L's Guide to Venice

Looking for the ultimate guide to the city of canals? T+L shares the top places to stay, eat, shop, and see right now.

Top Travel Trends of 2010

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

America's Most Beautiful College Libraries

With concerts, art exhibits, and cafés, these beautiful college libraries inspire visits for more than a study session.
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