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Estas son las 10 mejores playas del mundo según los viajeros

22 de febrero de 2018 • 14:03<p>Siempre es un buen momento para ver playas lindas. Pero solo una vez al año, el sitio TripAdvisor recopila opiniones de …

When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office

On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. One of the city’s …

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The Unwritten Rules of Driving in Italy

How to make that dream of an Italian road trip a reality.<p>Renting a car in the country can be terrifying (like when F1 wannabes creep on your bumper) but also liberating, says Christina Lynch, author of <i>The Italian Party</i> (St. Martin’s Press), who spent four years living in (and driving around) …

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Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Is Coming to Streaming Services

Taylor Swift’s latest streaming boycott lasted three weeks.<p>Her new album, “Reputation,” which had a blockbuster release three weeks ago, is expected to come to all major streaming services on Friday, according to four people with knowledge of the plans for the record who were not authorized to …

New Google Tips and Tools for Travelers

Flight delay predictions, mobile trip-planning, automatic itinerary management, language translation through Bluetooth earbuds, and a smartphone that enables users to learn about landmarks by tapping an icon and aiming the phone at them: These are among the travel innovations Google has been …

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Harvesting Grapes in France, With Champagne as Reward

As a wine lover with an active imagination, I’d always pictured the French wine harvest as a cross between “Sideways” and “I Love Lucy,” a sun-drenched bacchanal featuring boozy lunches en plein air, rosy-cheeked peasants crushing fruit with their bare feet, and a bit of insouciant grape …

Stunning Vistas and Wildlife Along Australia’s Great Ocean Road

I repeated it to myself as if it were a mantra: <i>Stay on the left. Stay on the left.</i><p>But the thoughts continued: <i>That’s not the turn signal, dummy! The turn signal is on the right-hand side; you just turned the wipers on. Remember, the transmission is on your left. Careful, here comes a roundabout!</i> …

Is Gascony the Most Delicious Corner of France?

<i>This week, we roam France, sampling</i> <i>three regional cuisines: the richness of Gascony (below), the earthy pleasures of Médoc, and the new vibrancy of Bordeaux. Also check out the Food section’s guide to French cooking and our survey of five classic specialties, from</i> <i>bouillabaisse to galettes.</i><p>Look …

Celebrating Food and Wine in Bordeaux

<i>This week, we roam France, sampling</i> <i>three regional cuisines: the richness of Gascony, the earthy pleasures of Médoc, and the new vibrancy of Bordeaux (below). Also check out the Food section’s guide to French cooking and our survey of five classic specialties, from</i> <i>bouillabaisse to galettes.</i><p>On a …

Médoc, From Grand Cru to Country Cooking

<i>This week, we roam France, sampling three regional cuisines: the richness of Gascony, the earthy pleasures of Médoc (below), and the new vibrancy of Bordeaux. Also check out the Food section’s guide to French cooking and our survey of five classic specialties, from</i> <i>bouillabaisse to galettes.</i><p>The …

The Bloomsbury Bohemians in the British Countryside

In the early decades of the 20th century, Virginia Woolf and her friends, the artists, intellectuals and writers known as the Bloomsbury Group, left London and went — to work, to spend summers, to wait out the German bombing raids and to conduct their tangled romances — into the bucolic countryside …

The iPhone Is 10 Years Old. Here’s the Story of Its Birth.

<b>THE ONE DEVICE</b><b><br>The Secret History of the iPhone</b><br>By Brian Merchant<br>Illustrated. 407 pp. Little, Brown & Company. $28.<p>Before anybody outside Apple was aware of it, the project that would become the iPhone was referred to internally by the code name Purple. No one seems to remember exactly why; it may …

View From the River Café: 40 Years of Feasts and Firsts

Dining at a coveted window seat in the luminous River Café, which rests on a former coffee barge in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, even the most jaundiced New Yorkers have to concede that the magic endures.<p>This beloved nautical institution — it is not really floating, but sits atop an …

Croatian Island Wants Tourists Who Don’t Behave Badly

HVAR, Croatia — The bucolic island of Hvar has a new, slightly threatening message to welcome this year’s tourist throng: Behave, or else.<p>Men, keep your shirts on in town, warn posters on prominent public display around the sun-swept island’s main town — or risk a fine of 500 euros (nearly $600). …

An Extreme Bike Race Across Russia Faces a Hurdle: How to Get More Women Riding

The Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme is the longest bicycle road race in the world, a grueling endurance test of 14 stages that unfurl over 5,700 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok.<p>The distance is so great that riders pass through seven time zones. They roll over roads through forested hills, along …

Vibrant and Seductive Seville, Easy on the Wallet

I watched the dancer, Yasaray Rodrίguez, seated on stage perfectly upright and immaculately dressed, listening to the accompanying guitar player. A vocalist began to cry out a song of pain or lost love — folk melodies in harsh quarter-tones, like a muezzin issuing a call to prayer at a mosque.<p>The …

Luxury Trips for Less in Spain and Portugal

An upscale vacation to either Spain or Portugal is possible even if you don’t have a big budget to spare, said Virginia Irurita, the founder of Made for Spain and Portugal, a company in Madrid selling trips to the two countries. “The cost of living in both Spain and Portugal is lower compared with …

Who Will Save These Dying Italian Towns?

THE FIRST THING that must be said about the ancient town of Civita di Bagnoregio, just two hours away from Rome and Florence, is that it is beautiful. From a distance, it looks literally otherworldly: The town sits so high atop a perilously steep pinnacle of eroding volcanic rock that it seems as …

Where to Go in Italy’s Small, Dying Towns

Staying a night or two (or longer) in an ancient, largely depopulated but glorious Italian hill town is not for everyone, but for those who like the idea of passing a couple of quiet days walking, reading, eating (really well) and drinking in the sublime surroundings, it can be bliss. If you can …

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52 Places to Go in 2017

There are thousands of getaways to explore this year. Here are some ideas to get you started.

In Search of Authentic Santorini? Skip the Beach. Take a Hike.

As I hiked through the village of Oia in Santorini, Greece, slightly out of breath from navigating the hilly streets, I was certain that I had seen few places in the world as attractive. Majestically perched atop a cliff, Oia faced the sparkling Aegean Sea and was awash in gleaming white villas …

Guides for Exploring New York

In 1950, William Kornblum completed his first solo mission on the subway, at age 11. He rode the No. 7 train from his home in Flushing, Queens, to Lower Manhattan to deliver hearing aid batteries for his father, who was conducting labor negotiations in the Municipal Building.<p><b>“International Express:</b> …