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Kenny Schachter

The artist, art dealer, curator, and writer reveals his travel routine

Artist in the House!

At Ocean House, in Rhode Island, a new gallery and suite celebrate the life and times of Ludwig Bemelmans

Bloom Town

Before lockdown, Kyoto was overrun with tourists. Now that it’s been reclaimed by the locals, the fun really begins

Molly Ringwald

The actress, author, and translator reveals her travel routine

Sleeping Around

A farmhouse in Romania, a monastery in Greece, a cottage in Cornwall—King Charles’s preferred getaways are surprisingly plebeian. And most are open to the public

The Genoa Revival

The port city on Italy’s northwest coast has a stunning, fresco-clad history, and big plans for the future

Rethinking the Riviera

After decades as a convention town, Cannes is trying to reclaim its cool

All Roads Lead to Accra

Infusions of fashion, photography, and art are drawing design-lovers to Ghana’s thrilling capital city

An Embarrassment of Riches

An infusion of fashion and design is shaking up Antwerp’s old-world sensibility. There’s never been a better time to visit

The Sport of Kings on Ice

Saint-Moritz is well known for its fashionable ski crowd, but for a few days a year it’s invaded by the polo set

Pas de Gras

A new hotel spa in St. Tropez mixes weight loss and laissez-faire luxury

All Hail the Queen Mary 2

There’s a lot to love about traveling from New York to London by boat. Just don’t forget the tuxedo …

We’ll Always Have Venice

After all these years, the Gritti Palace still exerts its pull over the beau monde. But why?

Views for Days

Take in epic scenery, historic passages, and adventures at a slower pace on these 25 spectacular European rail trips

Jerry Saltz

The Pulitzer Prize–winning art critic reveals his travel routine

High Times in José Ignacio

How a pair of restaurants helped turn a sleepy Uruguayan fishing town into a worldwide destination—without sacrificing its charm

Portrait Mode

Milan’s best new hotel, Portrait, comes courtesy of the Ferragamo family and brings equal doses of history, tradition, glamour, and edge

Thirty, Flirty, and Thriving

With millennials both richer and more single than the generations before them, the 30th-birthday blowout is quickly becoming the new wedding

Will the Maldives Keep Its Magic?

Amid a spate of new hotel openings, one writer checks in to assess this island nation’s enduring appeal

Let Them Eat Pudding!

Until recently, only the friends and family of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire could experience their Yorkshire estate. Now just about anyone can come

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