Zipping around the country will soon be as easy as one, two, oui. Earlier this year, the French government announced it would make some serious investments in its transportation infrastructure—which translates
Bonnelles, Île-de-France, France Le Barn crosses the bucolic charms of a French country home and the design chops of the ever-growing hip boutique hotel scene in Paris, providing a chic and relaxing base
Winning tip: Transylvania, Romania This is a wonderfully underrated road-trip destination. From Bucharest, take Road 1 towards the Carpathian mountains, to the well-preserved medieval towns of Braşov Sighişoara.
You might be looking for a proper vacation come July—school's out, the weather’s glorious, and the wanderlust is fierce. If you need help deciding where to go once you succumb to those trip-taking urges,
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Floating through quiet waterways is the pinnacle of slow travel, and Belmond makes it aesthetically alluring with two beautifully designed new luxury vessels—the Pivoine and the Lilas This summer, Belmond
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Most of Finland could be dubbed lakeland, but around here it seems there’s more aqua than terra firma. Reflecting the sky and forests as clearly as a mirror, the sparkling, clean water leaves an indelible
Leave the bright lights and tourist delights of Esfahan and Shiraz far behind to track down astonishing millennia-old relics among the dusty wilds of ancient Persia. From snow-tipped northern crags to