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How to Have the Perfect Fall Day in New York City

"Autumn is absolutely my favorite time of year in New York City. Growing up in California, I didn't get to experience true season changes, so I love …

Long Weekend in Adelaide and the Barossa Valley

Once overshadowed by Australia’s flashier eastern metropolises, like Sydney and Melbourne, Adelaide is ready for its close-up. The laid-back capital …

Love Paris? Here Are 13 Instagram Accounts You Should Be Following

From baguettes to bridges, these 13 Instagrammers capture the City of Light in all its glory.<p>@raulcabrera, 83.2k followers<p>@seb_gordon, 57.9k followers<p>@mary quincy, 56.9k followers

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10 of the best ways to enjoy Prague … on a budget

It’s one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, which means plenty of overpriced tourist traps. Here’s how to avoid them<p>Take your own free walking tour<p>Cross the statue-lined Charles bridge to the Malá Strana district and admire the rich baroque architecture along the Royal Way as you ascend to the …

European Travel

The Vatican by train: a new kind of papal visit

Visitors can now combine a tour of the Vatican with a wander around the pope’s summer palace – travelling by the Pontiff’s railway. Our writer was among the first passengers on board<p>Things don’t come more Da Vinci Code than a ride on the Pope’s railway – the centrepiece of a new tour launched by …

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From Paris's Promenade Plantée to NYC's High Line: The World's Best Elevated Parks

Cities all over the world are turning old industrial infrastructure into pedestrian-friendly gardens in the sky. It’s not an especially new concept, but it’s one that’s proven hugely effective at revitalizing neighborhoods. That’s why places like London, Houston, and Seoul are developing their own …

50 Things to Do in Europe Before You Die

Whether it's catching an opera in Vienna, having afternoon tea in London, shopping for leather in Florence, or sipping a cocktail by the Eiffel Tower—Traveler's network of editors and writers has rounded up 50 things you need to do, eat, see, shop for, and experience in Europe. Think something …

European Travel

Porto on a plate: a perfect day in Portugal's food capital

When it comes to talent in the kitchen, Porto knows few rivals in Portugal. With the Atlantic on its doorstep, the Douro vineyards rolling east and the Trás-os-Montes producing smoked meats in its <i>fumeiros</i> and tangy cheeses <i>-</i> the city cherry picks the finest regional produce.<p>So loosen the belt and …

Taking it to the streets: Seoul's surprising contemporary art scene

Ever since Seoul-born artist Nam June Paik caused a sensation with his pioneering video installation and performance art in the 1960s, there has been international interest in the unique creations of Korean contemporary artists.<p>It was also at the tail end of the 1960s that South Korea’s National …

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First time Rome: a beginner’s guide to the Eternal City

First visit to Rome? You’re in luck. You’ll find it easy to see a lot, no matter how limited your time is. It’s good to plan ahead, but ambling aimlessly is also a joy: at times it can seem like there’s an ancient wonder around every corner. Just don’t stress about trying to see everything: for …

48 hours in Sydney: what to do, where to go

Paul Keating once said Sydney was the only place to live in Australia – the rest were camping out.<p>The New South Wales capital can certainly lay claim to being one of the most beautiful cities in the world. London and New York have a glamour, history and majesty about them, and San Francisco, …

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London’s 10 Best Small Museums

There are more than 200 museums in London, catering to every imaginable interest and field of study—dentistry! The Tube! Dungeons! Even people who live in London may only visit a fraction of these museums, so it feels extra intimidating as a visitor who wants to branch out from the V&A. Here are …

Made Here, Buy Here: What You Can't Leave Paris Without

How do you narrow down the universe of beautiful and delicious things to buy in Paris? Start with this list.

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The Best Things to Do in New York on Weekends

Whether you prefer museum-hopping on the Upper East Side or bar-hopping in Brooklyn, there are plenty of ways to stay entertained in New York City, even when you're working with limited time. Here are a few tips for planning the perfect weekend in NYC.<p>It may seem impossible to try and see the best …

Make My Day: locals’ tips for London and San Francisco

In the world’s greatest cities, there need never be a dull moment. When it comes to finding things to do, the possibilities are practically endless — so which do you choose?<p>Inspired by our new Make My Day city guides, which help travellers mix and match brilliant ideas for mornings, afternoons and …

Spa-aaah! A guide to Bali's best spas and chill-out spots

Whether you’re looking for the royal treatment or a quick rub-down, Bali's spa options are seemingly infinite. Indulgent travellers could easily craft a full itinerary around day spas, and find themselves floating from oiled-up acupressure massage to flower petal baths and mani-pedis.<p>If this sounds …

Top 10 museum cafes and restaurants in Paris

Many of Paris’s museum cafes and restaurants now offer a lot more than coffee and cake. You can now expect great food and magnificent art – and some take their cuisine so seriously they merit a visit in their own right<p>Top 10 breakfast spots in Paris<p>The Louvre has 15 eateries. You can have a …

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Taking a bite out of the Big Apple

The Big Apple’s history and identity is best explored through its food – dishes given a new home by waves of immigrant communities and turned into New York City icons.<p>The Big Apple’s history and identity is best explored through its food – dishes given a new home by waves of immigrant communities …

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Toronto’s Funky West End

Talk to Torontonians, and they will proudly tell you the defining characteristic of their city is its multiethnicity. In <b>Toronto</b>, one of the world’s most ethnically diverse metropolises, no single group dominates.<p>But it’s no melting pot, more a blurred-at-the-edges mosaic—you can stand back and …

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Where the Locals Play in Tulum, Mexico

Four Tulum locals behind some of the town’s most popular hotspots share tips on the area’s best lesser-known destinations—you will not be finding these places in your guidebook.<p>Chances are, anyone with an Instagram feed is familiar with Tulum, the idyllic coastal beach town in the Mexican state of …

A foodie's weekend in Paris

Paris is foodie heaven, a showcase <i>par excellence</i> of French cuisine. But it's not all about dining in Michelin-starred haute cuisine temples and edgy bistros with rising chefs at the helm. Gourmet Paris is as much about gorging on goods at open-air food markets, crunchy fresh baguettes from the …

First time Bali: where to eat, stay and play

Decades of tourism haven’t dampened Bali's deep-rooted spirituality and natural charms. Volcanoes rise from the sea, monkeys swing in the trees, and there are still dozens of idyllic spots to escape the crowds. And all of this paradoxical magnificence is crammed onto an island less than half the …

Instagram City Guides: Mary Quincy's Paris

There aren't many cities more beautiful and romantic than Paris, but the crowds of tourists can sometimes be annoying. Paris-based photographer Mary Quincy recently shared some of her favorite places to get a local's view of Paris on Condé Nast Traveler's Instagram, and we're already planning our …

Street art, city views, coffee and markets: exploring Belleville, Paris’ hip northeastern neighbourhood

Once a patchwork of farms and windmills, Edith Piaf’s old stomping ground and a staunchly working-class <i>quartier</i> (neighbourhood) <i>,</i> brilliantly multicultural Belleville is now home to neobistros, coffee roasters and burgeoning art projects.<p>And with some of the city's best street art, panoramic views …

What's new in Paris

Paris might be timeless when it comes to iconic art and architecture but it is also a city constantly on the move – always hot on the heels of tomorrow’s trends and pushing the boundaries of architectural design and innovation. Inspired new projects are flourishing across the French capital this …

Top 10 breakfast spots in Paris

Make the most of a romantic night out in Paris by following it with a great, late breakfast. And, as our selection shows, Parisians today are as likely to plump for an Anglo-American-style brunch as strong coffee and croissants<p>Frenchie to Go<p>Young chef Gregory Marchand cooked in London with Jamie …

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