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Peak Egypt

For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, there’s really only one way to travel up the Nile—on a 19th-century sailing vessel

Pillow Talk

Set on the Sicilian coast, Season Two of The White Lotus is yet another pitch-perfect take on the fake smiles and excessive privilege of the oversexed guests swanning around five-star hotels

Table for One

Traveling alone, even to one of the world’s most romantic Greek islands, is nothing to fear

Africa’s Next Big Thing

Despite its 20 national parks and astounding wildlife, Zambia is often overlooked by safari seekers. That’s about to change

Cézanne’s Provence

Revisiting the painter’s life in the South of France has never looked—or tasted—better

Good Vibrations

A fresh infusion of contemporary art animates one of Sicily’s grandest hotels

One of Each, Please

Antiquing in France is one of life’s great pleasures. Herewith, our guide to the unmissable markets of all persuasions

In Sifnos, Eating the Food of the Gods

Greece is known for many things, but food is not one of them. An unpretentious Cycladic island with ancient culinary roots is changing that

The Misfits

Tony Notarberardino has been a resident of the Chelsea Hotel—and its unofficial photo-portraitist—since 1994

Save This Masterpiece from the Tech Bros

In California, a rare Frank Lloyd Wright home is on the market

Bunker Down

A no-go zone during the Cold War, Sazan Island has become an outpost for the European avant-garde

So Much More than Lobster

At Aragosta, on Deer Isle, Maine, a heavenly restaurant, cottages with seaside views, and hikes in lush greenery offer a slice of Arcadia

Just Like in the Movies

At Bujera Fort, in Udaipur, entrepreneur Richard Hanlon has re-created the magic of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

All Aboard

Eight unforgettable train trips through Europe for travelers of many persuasions

Great Igiea

One of Sicily’s most storied hotels is restored to grandeur, thanks to discerning new owners Rocco Forte

Trains, Trains, and Automobiles

The longest continuous rail journey (minus a few short interchanges between stations) takes travelers halfway around the world, from Lagos in southern Portugal to Singapore

Ibiza Tries a New Drug

Following years of hard partying, the Spanish island is not only going back to its bohemian roots—it’s taking them a step further

Only Lovers Need Apply

Perched on an island in the middle of Lake Maggiore, Il Delfino contains two guest rooms that are among the most romantic in Italy

Another Jewel in Lake Como’s Crown

The brand-new Passalacqua feels more like an intimate club than a hotel

Patagonia on a Grand Scale

A fly-fishing expedition through the Argentinean wilderness yields stunning landscapes and a record catch

The Right Kind of Ghosts

A terrific 70s vibe is only part of the many charms of Goblin Hill, in Jamaica

A New Look for Dublin’s Grande Dame

At the newly renovated Shelbourne hotel, guests can revel in the past while enjoying all the trappings of modernity

Fishing for Complements

The charming owner of Estiatorio Milos has returned to his homeland with an alluring new hotel in Athens

Better Living Through Holiday

At Yeotown in Madeira, a wellness retreat that caters to angsty over-achievers