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Europe

 
Austria
Prague to Vienna Bike Trip
  You’re single—and looking. But you don’t want to go on some sleazy pickup trip. (April 2004)
 
Bosnia
Sarajevo and Herzegovina
  Haunting memorials, provocative museums, and a surprisingly hopeful outlook. (May 2005)
Croatia
The Ten-Point Escape Plan: Dubrovnik
  It's time to rediscover the Croatian jewel's historic architecture and gorgeous beaches. (August 2005)
   
Dubrovnik
  After several years of stability and an influx of international aid, this medieval city is reestablishing itself as the “Jewel of the Adriatic.” (October 2003)
   
Czech Republic
Prague to Vienna Bike Trip
  You’re single—and looking. But you don’t want to go on some sleazy pickup trip. (April 2004)
 
France
Bordeaux
  Take the wine cure in Martillac. (March 2001)
   
Burgundy
  Daniel Boulud's teacher is now accepting temporary interns. (August 2001)
   
Cannes
  The Cannes Film Fest is over, but the stars are sticking around—for a change. (June 2004)
   
Courchevel
  A ski trip to Courchevel may make you forgive the French for everything. (January 2004)
   
Paris: Shopping
  Shopping in Paris is hardly an original concept, but if it’s life-altering retail therapy you seek, then this is indeed the place to find it. (April 2004)
   
Paris
  On your next trip to Paris, rent an apartment, and give yourself time to stop and smell the farmhouse cheeses. (October 2003)
   
Paris
  The Winter 2001 Hot List: Where to east, sleep, and party. (November 2001)
   
Paris: New Nightlife
  An update on clubs opening in 2002. (April 2002)
   
Paris: Park Hyatt
  A rival for the city's "Palace Hotels" opens summer 2002. (January 2002)
   
Paris Food Vacation
  A future food critic avoids the obvious on a would-be romantic weekend. (April 2002)
   
Provence
  Visit Alain Ducasse's gourmet getaway. (April 2002)
 
Germany
The New City: Berlin Calling
  Berlin has a lot more to offer than the cafés and cobblestones of your typical European vacation. (October 2002)
 
Berlin: The New Prague
  Winter Travel 2002: Where Next (October 2002)
 
Berlin Guide: Inside Itinerary
  A few spots you can count on—at least for now. (October 2002)
 
Great Britain
London
  The Winter 2001 Hot List: Newer boutique hotels have the bars and the buzz. (November 2001)
   
London: The Colonnade
  A roadster holiday from one of the city's hottest boutique hotels. (April 2001)
   
London Food Vacation
  A new, unforgettable dining experience from the city's star chef. (April 2002)
   
London Sightseeing Vacation
  Paradise for Bobos. (March 2001)
   
London: Stoke Park Club
  The addition of Spa SPC in summer 2002 complements recently added grass tennis courts. (April 2002)
   
Scotland: Isle of Skye
  Nestle into one of six charming guest rooms built around a world-class restaurant on the Isle of Skye. (October 2002)
   
Scotland: Castles
  Loyd & Townsend-Rose rents out a remarkable selection of estates, with a concentration of more than 30 in Scotland(April 2004)
   
Greece  
Santorini
  Spring for one of the new suites at Astra, a whitewashed hotel that spills over the lip of the caldera, in the quiet, romantic cliffside village of Imerovigli. (April 2004)
   
Hungary  
Budapest
  Now more Hugo Boss than goulash, Budapest is the EU’s darling city of the moment. (September 2004)
 
Ireland
Doolin
  Otherworldly landscapes, traditional music, and authentic Irish spirit. (May 2005)
   
Dublin
  Where to stay and go out in this resurgent, young burg. (May 2001)
   
Italy
La Maremma
  La Maremma is the much-loved Italian province’s wine darling, and the best time to sample its pleasures is now. (October 2004)
   
Milan
  A fashionable hotel arrives in the fashion capital. (April 2002)
   
Rome
  The Winter 2001 Hot List: A hot new hotel, a pub reborn, and other highlights. (November 2001)
   
Rome Sightseeing Vacation
  Conquering it in a day . . . or three. (March 2001)
   
Sicily
  Innovative tasting menus, legendary pastries, and perfect pasta. (May 2005)
   
Tuscany
  Brush up your skills, from cooking to casting, on your next trip abroad. (August 2003)
   
Venice
  New restaurants (and old favorites) in Italy. (April 2002)
 
Portugal
Since the Last Time You Were in Lisbon
  Frank Gehry, interesting artists, new hotels, the city’s first day spa. Oh, and there’s finally someplace cool to go besides the docks. (February 2005)
 
Serbia
Belgrade: The 10-Point Escape Plan
  Though it’s taken the last half-decade to shake off the darkness of war and its sanctions, Belgrade is once again poised to lure visitors with its vibrant contrasts. (April 2005)
 
Spain
Barcelona
  Tapas and towers. (April 2002)
   
Madrid
  Even before we were united by the misfortunes of 9/11 and 3/11, New York and Madrid were like twins separated at birth: proud, stylish, at times given to taking ourselves a bit too seriously. (April 2004)
   
San Sebastián
  This northern coastal town must have more Michelin stars per square meter than any city, including Paris. No wonder the world’s best chefs are visiting in search of inspiration. (October 2003)
   
Sweden
Stockholm
  Forget Ikea and H&M; right now, Stockholm is all about the music. (October 2003)
   
Switzerland
Alpine Skiing
  Skiiers can access Gstaad and four other resorts with one pass. (December 2000)
   
Gstaad
  Gstaad has long been a skiing favorite for wealthy boomers from around the world. Now their kids are turning up. (October 2003)
   
Lugano
  Skip Milano and head southern Switzerland's cosmopolitan gem. (July 2001)