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Be a Responsible Tourist in Barcelona

Experience the city’s modernist architecture, innovative food, and cultural history without being an Ugly American.

More Spanish Getaways

San SebastianSavor the Tastes of Spain in San Sebastián

This thriving seaside Basque city has solidified its status as a culinary capital with a gleaming new cooking school, remarkable bar food, and three-star Michelin restaurants.

MadridSee the Modern Side of Madrid

Economic setbacks haven't slowed the pulse of the Spanish capital, where lively cafés, innovative culinary concepts, and arty boutiques are thriving.


Find Your Perfect Getaway by Region

Tristate Area

CatskillsHit the Slopes in the Revitalized Catskills

Mountainside restaurants, revamped inns, and ski hills roughly 100 miles northwest of the city will have New Yorkers considering the Catskills for an easy escape.

Sullivan CountySee the Sophisticated Side of Sullivan County

The historic heart of the Borscht Belt is getting a stylish makeover with design-forward accommodations and artisanal everything, from cider to clothing.


South County, R.I.Send Off Summer in South County Rhode Island

The 40-minute drive from historic Watch Hill to beachy Narragansett includes oceanside accommodations and seafaring adventures that make South County a perfect post–Labor Day escape.

MontrealStay Up Late in Montreal

This Quebec destination city has three-story megaclubs, indie-music venues, and plenty of innovative watering holes for nightlife lovers.


DallasExplore Major Museums and Letterpress Studios in Dallas

Dallas is home to the largest arts district in the United States — and a cider bar that one Mavericks player is particularly fond of.

FlagstaffDrink in Cocktails and Mountain Vistas in Flagstaff

The city’s long been thrown shade as simply a layover stop on the way to the Grand Canyon, but in the last few years a lively food-and-nightlife scene has grown in Flagstaff.


Virginia’s Piedmont RegionDrink and Dine in Virginia’s Piedmont Region

Central Virginia’s food-and-wine country is a gourmand’s paradise, with verdant vineyards, sophisticated new restaurants, and hands-on culinary experiences galore.

Greensboro–Winston-SalemDiscover Greensboro–Winston-Salem’s New Cool

The former textile towns are undergoing a renaissance thanks to stylish boutique hotels, inventive restaurants and breweries, and a vibrant arts scene.


IndianapolisTaste a Gourmet Revolution in Indianapolis

The midwestern racing capital’s culinary scene accelerates thanks to a flurry of restaurants in up-and-coming neighborhoods and urban-renewal projects citywide.

MinneapolisDig In and Drink Up in Minneapolis

With a growing roster of breweries and distilleries and a food scene that’s modern yet mindful of local heritage, Minneapolis has emerged as a capital of midwestern cool.


TijuanaScope Out Art Along the Border in Tijuana

With booming food, beer, and art scenes (plus a favorable exchange rate), San Diego’s southern neighbor is calling.

OsloWine and Dine in ‘Game of Thrones’ Country

The medieval splendor of the Catalan city of Girona earned it a starring role in Game of Thrones. Now a new wave of chefs, winemakers, and olive-oil producers in the region puts it firmly at Spain’s culinary forefront.


The Travel Planner

Forget Paris...and London, and Berlin, and BeijingForget Paris ... and London, and Berlin, and Beijing

Head to these lesser-known cities for equally fine wine, just-as-ancient architecture, and even-more-secret warehouse parties.


BeaconHudson Valley

Beacon is host to a slew of new independent galleries, art cafés, and design stores.


CamdenCamden, Maine

Skip lobster in favor of the town’s vineyards, farm markets, and cooking schools.


BostonBoston Harbor

The revitalized waterfront is packed with luxury hotels and great restaurants.



A crush of newly renovated hotels, boutiques, and off-the-beaten-path seafood spots are revitalizing the classic beach town.