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Revving of engines and rushes of adrenaline are common at Lingotto, Fiat’s car factory and rooftop racetrack in Turin, Italy — and now so is a peaceful... Read More

Just two weeks ago, Starbucks was in the news for opening its largest store ever (again) in Tokyo, with the new Reserve Roastery coming in at 32,000... Read More

If Italy's deep-rooted café culture and exquisite, inky espresso weren't enough reason to visit, here's one more: a museum dedicated to all... Read More

Lisa Valmorbida, author of the new cookbook Pidapipó: Gelato Eight Days a Week, literally attended Gelato University. If you didn't know that was a... Read More

South Carolina  Get 30 percent off from the Andrew Pickney Inn, a 300-year-old charmer in Charleston with damask and trellis-patterned bedspreads... Read More

"Turin is terrible," said my friend Remo Guidieri, a writer and an anthropologist, of his native town. "Don't go there." He himself moved to Paris—the... Read More

See our slideshow of 37 Affordable European Restaurants.Those of you put off by the cost of eating in Europe, fear no more: after spending more days on... Read More

The 2006 Winter Olympics offers Turin, perhaps the least known of Italy's larger cities, a chance to sell itself to the world. While most places would... Read More

See our slideshow of Olympic Venues Open to the Public.Mark Hobson, a 61-year-old creative director and wilderness guide, pushes his sled into the luge... Read More

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