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Top Mixologists Forecast Cocktail Trends
  Fluorescent blues and shades of fuchsia recently illuminated the main hall of the New York Public Library at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, which kick... Read More
Trip Doctor Series: Trekking, Walking, and Hiking (Africa)
We’re all for seeing Africa’s amazing flora and fauna from the comfort of a vehicle, but have you ever considered stepping out of the jeep and into the wi... Read More
Titanic Nostalgia Will Go On
With the 101st anniversary of the Titanic sinking a few months behind us, some of you may be thinking that you'd heard the last of that fated ship for a w... Read More
This Summer's Hot UK Souvenir: Royal Baby Swag
Last summer, some of the most omnipresent souvenirs found around London featured the faces of Wenlock and Mandeville, the much-maligned, one-eyed mascots ... Read More
The Rise of the Mobile Concierge
For those who make a habit of frequenting the concierge desk before a day on the town, there’s a new way to tap into the local scene—no fold-out map neces... Read More
Beautiful Views: Escape the Daily Grind
Stuck in the daily grind? Counteract those weekday blues with Travel + Leisure’s full guide to beautiful views. From the iconic skyscrapers of Lower Manha... Read More
Cruise News: New Princess Ship and Hong Kong Terminal
The past week has been a big one for cruising: Last week in Southampton, England, a very pregnant Duchess of Cambridge (née Kate Middleton) christened th... Read More
The Doctor Recommends: Must-Reads for the Week Ending June 14, 2013
This week, Amazon launched a fun new tool called "Around the World in 80 Books," poised to help you find the required reading for your upcoming vacation. ... Read More
Hang 10th Street? Dude, Check Out the Crazy River Surfers
Here's something you don't think about packing for a trip to Munich: Your wetsuit. But according to recent reports from CNN and the BBC, the German capit... Read More
Guess Where? Seagull
Can you guess where this building with a bird on it is? If you need a hint, this building is in a town that's home to one of the coolest hipster hotels an... Read More
Tech Thursday: Low Fare Alerts and More from Trip Watcher
With so many new tools promising to help us find the best (or cheapest) flights, it’s easier than ever to turn flight searching into an all-day obsession.... Read More
Trip Doctor: Legislators Renew Push for Family Flying Policy Changes
Back in February we reported that several senators had expressed opposition to recent airline fees that force families to pay extra if they wish to sit to... Read More
T+L Trips with Sponsor Cox & Kings: Singapore + Malaysia and Borneo; Peru
Welcome to the second installment of T+L's promotional partnership with luxury adventure operator Cox & Kings, where booking a trip to a destination f... Read More
Bonus Travel + Leisure Content with Amex Sync
Eight hundred bottles of alcohol, 1,600 pounds of food: this is the typical amount consumed on a weeklong European river cruise. But how does the vessel a... Read More
Trip Doctor: Tag Heuer's Waterproof Watch
Q: We’re going scuba diving in Belize, and I’m looking for a watch that works as well underwater as it does on land. —Anthony Dwyer, Westport, Conn. A: J... Read More
Q+A with Founder of Adventures in Art
This month and next, art—Old Masters to Impressionists to contemporary—is on the auction block at the major auction houses, including Christie’s, Sotheby’... Read More
Crowdsourcing: What to Do When You're in Waikiki, Hawaii
View Waikiki, Hawaii in a larger map We asked true travel pros what to do near in Waikiki, Hawaii. Want to share your advice? Join our community on Faceboo... Read More
Festival degli Scrittori Kicks Off in Florence
The much-anticipated Festival degli Scrittori (Festival of Writers) begins tomorrow in Florence, Italy. Now in its third year, the highly praised literary... Read More
Beauty Road Test: Kjaer Weis Organic Mascara
Are the latest beauty and wellness products worthy of a spot in your teensy carry-on? T+L Associate Editor Kathryn O’Shea-Evans shares her take. The prod... Read More
Trip Doctor: TSA Caves on Knife Policy
Cue a collective sigh of relief: after much hoopla several months ago, the TSA has finally retracted their effort to take small knives off their banned it... Read More