The city's food scene is an ever-expanding patchwork quilt of cuisines and cultures waiting to be gobbled up.
Rethinking what the region’s travel should be has meant expanding the focus from fairy tale castle crawls to experiences anchored more firmly in nature, food and the arts.
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For the writers of T’s summer Travel issue, returning to the sites of formative trips provided a chance to reflect on who they’ve become.
The Eternal City continues to live up to its name, thanks to some long-awaited reopenings and a crop of new restaurants and cultural spots all over town.
Maaza Mengiste’s childhood trip to the mountain didn’t go well. Upon returning decades later, she gains a new understanding of her mother’s life — and her own.
When Aatish Taseer first traveled to the Turkish city, he was closeted and just beginning his writing career. This time, he explores revolutions personal and political.
Thomas Page McBee first visited the national park as a child on a family vacation. Thirty-three years later — and 11 after starting testosterone — he finally reckons with his parent’s death.
For T Magazine’s summer Travel issue, three writers returned to places they’d once been years after their first visits. Here’s how they prepared.
In the Persian Gulf city, 50,000 new residences are expected to be completed by year’s end, which should keep a check on soaring prices.
At least 12 million Ukrainians have been displaced by war. Nearly 6 million of them have fled to neighboring countries. How to volunteer in Krakow, Poland, and other places.
It was unclear what happened but officials said they did not suspect foul play and there were no signs of trauma. Another guest was hospitalized in stable condition.
After more than two years of pandemic-mandated uncertainty, Europe’s nightlife industry is hoping for a return to the days before Covid-19.
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Largely thanks to a wave of new galleries with internationally minded programs, the city has recaptured some of the energy and excitement of a bygone era.
Demand in the La Rochelle region, as in many second-home markets and areas amenable to remote work, has grown sharply in recent years.
The restaurant group will bring its brand of Brooklyn Italian fare to a new development in East Nashville.
A train enthusiast reflects on the grandeur of the world’s largest operating steam locomotive, recently returned to service.
Think a Heath-tiled kitchen and wood-burning stove surrounded by towering redwoods.
These packable, TSA-friendly products keep us feeling refreshed wherever we go.
Since Hurricane Maria, many Puerto Ricans have begun cultivating the island’s native crops—and reclaiming their food narrative in the process.
Despite COVID-related turmoil, these 10 countries remained relatively safe and secure over the past year.
These cruises offer the chance to access rare corners of national parks and glaciers.
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How hockey player & hotelier Willie Mitchell finds solace and sustenance on Canada’s Vancouver Island.
With a refined food scene and new spaces embracing the city’s Indigenous heritage, Hawaii’s capital has way more to offer than just Waikiki (though that’s pretty great, too).
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This lesser-known San Diego County gem is finally having its moment.
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Across Mexico, high-concept vacation rentals are blending seamlessly into historic towns.
A nation famous for its archaeological sites, rainforests, and reefs is finally getting attention for its diverse and sustainable food scene.
India's sunshine state has long been a lodestar for the global counterculture. Now it's attracting different types of seekers, looking to reinvent themselves—and Goa—from the inside out.
A longtime victim of deforestation, the forest is now home to more species per square meter than the Amazon.
Plus, Fendi swim goggles, a Cult Gaia x Funboy collab, and more.
The union thinks it could help curb unruly passenger incidents.
As we emerge from the pandemic, self-care remains at the center of our vacation needs—and for many, that includes sexual wellness.
You can find a great Airbnb in Barcelona, as long as you play by the city's rules.
From Ethiopian to pizza, all the food that makes the Windy City one of America’s best places to eat.
The train company has been rolling out improvements to dining cars on its long-haul routes since last summer—now, they might be the best part of the journey.
Despite the rising crowds, this island is still a haven—with plenty to do in what's set up to be a comeback summer.
Royal culture, historic sites and traditional British experiences are catnip to Americans who have missed traveling across the pond. A visitors’ guide.
The Italian fashion center has been trying on a new look, with sleek developments rising fast among the city’s historic buildings.
No roads lead to Shadow Lake Lodge, in the backcountry near Banff, and reaching it requires an eight-mile hike. The payoff: solitude, adventure and ease.
We sit down with LEUNE’s Nidhi Lucky Handa in the latest episode of Women Who Travel.
A number of women are creating destination experiences for people who love cannabis—and exposing what the fledgling industry lacks most in the process.
Airlines are struggling to find enough pilots and to diversify a profession that has been very resistant to change.
Here's how to buy less, shop smarter, and get more use out of the clothes you already own.
These travel-size natural beauty products—from toothpaste and shampoo to deodorant—are better for you and the environment.
Weed is now legal across 18 U.S. states, but consuming away from home can be tricky to navigate.
Never check a bag again.
How to consume responsibly on vacation, creative travel experiences led by women, and more.
Wear and tear is inevitable—these brands take that into account.
Trying to figure out how to shop sustainably? Here's how to make more informed decisions when it comes to buying travel gear.
The biggest U.S. carriers have nixed their rules requiring face coverings on board—and many travelers aren't pleased.
These rooftop restaurants in San Juan, Puerto Rico, were borne out of the pandemic and have become some of the hottest reservations in town.
We peek into the airport routines and bizarre quirks of the world's most well-traveled people, like Priyanka Chopra Jonas.
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