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Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry

Airport hunters, traipsing through sewers, or clamping down on sandwich-eaters. It’s all in a day’s work for our favorite odd jobs in travel.

Europe's Best Hotels

Ready to hop the pond this summer? Check into one of the best hotels in Europe, as selected by T+L readers.

Insider: Zürich

Though it's one of Europe's most sophisticated cities, Zürich gets a bad rap. you know all the clichés about the boring banking center with the...

New Perk: Complimentary Airport Transfers for Leading Hotels

How would you like to have a driver waiting for you in baggage claim to whisk you away in style to your luxury hotel? That’s...

Eric Weiner’s Global Guide to Happiness

A perfect gelato in Italy, a deserted beach in Dubai—happiness is defined differently depending on your destination. In his new book, The Geography of Bliss...

Europe's Best Small Hotels

These top newcomers show bigger isn’t necessarily better.

Gstaad on $250 a Day

In the glamorous Swiss Alps, a novice skier can brush up on his moves and live the high life—all without breaking the bank (well, almost).

Best Countries for Solo Travelers

Taking off on a journey alone? Have no fear. Here are the safest, friendliest countries for your solo adventure.

Sunglasses from Madonna and D&G

Madonna has teamed up with fashion friends Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana to design a collection of MDG sunglasses (from $290). All six styles, in...

Improving American Airports

When it comes to innovation and bold design, U.S. terminals are far behind their international counterparts. T+L assesses the American airport experience and how it’s...
HOTELS

Dolder Grand

Designed by Foster & Partners, the hotel underwent a four-year high-tech makeover that cost a cool $427 million. A pair of curving glass-and-steel wings (the Golf Wing and the Spa Wing), with... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Sento

Try the delicious (and affordable) spinach-and-ricotta ravioli prepared by chef Fabio Brandimarte. more ›


ACTIVITIES

T.A.O.

Owner Ursula Weber sells beaded necklaces, gold-threaded scarves, embroidered pillows, and other treasures from northern Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. more ›


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