1. Your Perfect Saturday Night — or Thursday — in Cape Town

    Your Perfect Saturday Night — or Thursday — in Cape Town

    Eat in a parking lot, take a full-moon hike, and throw back cocktails with major views of Table Mountain.

    By Sarah Khan

  2. A Top Sommelier’s Lowdown on the Western Cape Winelands

    A Top Sommelier’s Lowdown on the Western Cape Winelands

    Thanks to a temperate climate and fertile terrain, Cape Town is surrounded by distinct wine regions. Here’s how to tell them apart.

    By Sarah Khan

  3. The Best Markets in Cape Town, According to Locals

    The Best Markets in Cape Town, According to Locals

    Each one draws different crowds for different reasons: delicious global food, indie fashion finds, and great live entertainment.

    By Sarah Khan

  4. Where Cape Town’s Hottest Chefs Eat Out

    Where Cape Town’s Hottest Chefs Eat Out

    Including their go-to spots for crispy hake tacos, curried oysters, doughssants, and authentic boerewors sausage.

    By Sarah Khan

  5. How to Shop Like a Local in Cape Town

    How to Shop Like a Local in Cape Town

    Two fashion-industry insiders tell us where they go for python bags, hand-painted busts, and lattice-weave bathrobes.

    By Sarah Khan

  6. What Travelers Should Know About Cape Town’s Water Crisis

    What Travelers Should Know About Cape Town’s Water Crisis

    The city is battling an unprecedented drought, but don’t cancel your vacation plans — just be more conscientious.

    By Sarah Khan

  7. Where the Locals Would Stay in Cape Town If They Weren’t Local

    Where the Locals Would Stay in Cape Town If They Weren’t Local

    What constitutes a “budget” hotel room in the Mother City is often much nicer than it needs to be.

    By Sarah Khan

  8. Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Follow Before Visiting Barcelona

    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Follow Before Visiting Barcelona

    Our list of essentials includes a Colm Tóibín book, a podcast about entrepreneurs, and Javier Bardem.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  9. Girona, Sitges, and Other Worthy Day Trips From Barcelona

    Girona, Sitges, and Other Worthy Day Trips From Barcelona

    When you’ve counted one too many fanny packs, head for the surrounding hills, or the sea, or a Game of Thrones–esque village.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  10. The Bartender’s Guide to Barcelona’s Booming Cocktail Scene

    The Bartender’s Guide to Barcelona’s Booming Cocktail Scene

    For much of its natural history, the city was stuck on three drinks: beer, wine, and vermouth. Not anymore.

    By Jackie Bryant

  11. A Lazy Day in Poble Sec, One of Barcelona’s Liveliest Neighborhoods

    A Lazy Day in Poble Sec, One of Barcelona’s Liveliest Neighborhoods

    Actress Rachel Lascar has called the area home for nearly a decade. Here’s where she likes to hang out.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  12. Barcelona Is a Hotbed of Artistic Expression — Here’s Where to See It

    Barcelona Is a Hotbed of Artistic Expression — Here’s Where to See It

    Three curators on the trailblazing venues that keep them coming back for more.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  13. Barcelona’s Best Food Markets, According to Anthony Bourdain’s Fixer

    Barcelona’s Best Food Markets, According to Anthony Bourdain’s Fixer

    These full-service bazaars have dry goods, fresh produce, restaurants and bars, butchers, fishmongers, and more.

    By Jackie Bryant

  14. Shantytowns and Air Raid Shelters: Peeling Back the Layers in Barcelona

    Shantytowns and Air Raid Shelters: Peeling Back the Layers in Barcelona

    What’s old is new again, thanks to a spate of notable urban renewal projects.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  15. Vermouth With a Side of Anarchy: The Perfect Night Out in Barcelona

    Vermouth With a Side of Anarchy: The Perfect Night Out in Barcelona

    The capital is rightly famous for its nightlife, but going out is an art form. Actor Joan Martinez Vidal explains.

    By Jackie Bryant

  16. How to Shop Like a Local in Barcelona

    How to Shop Like a Local in Barcelona

    Take advantage of a homegrown shopping scene with a costume designer, interiors guru, and top chef as your guides.

    By Jennifer Ceaser

  17. How to Get Your Gaudí Fix in Barcelona — Minus the Crowds

    How to Get Your Gaudí Fix in Barcelona — Minus the Crowds

    Under-the-radar alternatives to Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, and more.

    By Jackie Bryant

  18. Where the Locals Would Stay in Barcelona If They Weren’t Local

    Where the Locals Would Stay in Barcelona If They Weren’t Local

    Including a bank turned hostel, a luxury hotel with a courtyard full of orange trees, and a sexy boutique inn with shrapnel in the walls.

    By Jackie Bryant and Jennifer Ceaser

  19. Week 3: There’s No Better Time to Go to Barcelona Than Right Now

    Week 3: There’s No Better Time to Go to Barcelona Than Right Now

    In spite of its political issues, visiting the capital of Catalonia is still as safe as ever. And a dip in visitors means there are deals to be had.

    By Jackie Bryant

  20. Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting San Francisco

    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting San Francisco

    Our list of essentials includes a jailhouse podcast, a Harvey Milk documentary, and a 49-chapter love letter to the city.

    By Aislyn Greene

  21. The Best Day Trips From San Francisco

    The Best Day Trips From San Francisco

    Half the joy of living in the Bay Area is leaving it behind. Here’s where the locals go when they need to get away.

    By Aislyn Greene

  22. San Francisco After Dark: The Perfect Night Out for Every Personality

    San Francisco After Dark: The Perfect Night Out for Every Personality

    An event planner, two chefs, and a drag queen lay out their multi-stop itineraries for an unforgettable evening.

    By Aislyn Greene

  23. A Day Out in Divisadero, San Francisco’s Epicenter of Cool

    A Day Out in Divisadero, San Francisco’s Epicenter of Cool

    Once a sleepy residential neighborhood, it’s now one of the city’s best places to eat, drink, and hang out. The Mill’s Josey Baker explains.

    By Aislyn Greene

  24. Where Star Bartender Nicolas Torres Drinks in San Francisco

    Where Star Bartender Nicolas Torres Drinks in San Francisco

    The cocktail slinger behind Lazy Bear and True Laurel loves classic margaritas, natural wine, and a grimy-good dive bar.

    By Aislyn Greene

  25. San Francisco’s Most Coveted Reservations — and Where to Go If You Can’t Get In

    San Francisco’s Most Coveted Reservations — and Where to Go If You Can’t Get In

    Three foodie locals on the restaurants they always book in advance, plus their top alternatives when it doesn’t pan out.

    By Aislyn Greene

  26. The Best Breakfast Spots in San Francisco, According to Locals

    The Best Breakfast Spots in San Francisco, According to Locals

    In the birthplace of artisanal toast, the first meal of the day is not only the most important — it’s practically a religion.

    By Aislyn Greene

  27. Where Cannabis Enthusiasts Go to Get High on San Francisco

    Where Cannabis Enthusiasts Go to Get High on San Francisco

    You can legally buy cannabis at any dispensary in California. Here, the industry vanguard share their favorite places to get stoned on San Francisco.

    By Aislyn Greene

  28. The Architecture Buff’s Guide to San Francisco

    The Architecture Buff’s Guide to San Francisco

    A construction boom is underway and it’s driven by tech dollars. These are the buildings you need to know.

    By Aislyn Greene

  29. How to Explore the Dogpatch, San Francisco’s Artsiest Neighborhood

    How to Explore the Dogpatch, San Francisco’s Artsiest Neighborhood

    The former industrial area is now home to a groundswell of artistic expression. Workshop Residence creative manager Lisa Ellsworth takes us on a tour.

    By Aislyn Greene

  30. Where the Locals Would Stay in San Francisco If They Weren’t Local

    Where the Locals Would Stay in San Francisco If They Weren’t Local

    The city is home to the world’s most expensive hotel rooms. But there is hope for budget(-ish) travelers.

    By Aislyn Greene

  31. Week Two: San Francisco Is the Most Dynamic City in America Right Now

    Week Two: San Francisco Is the Most Dynamic City in America Right Now

    The tech boom forever shifted the landscape, but old, radical San Francisco isn’t going down without a fight. Travelers can experience both worlds.

    By Aislyn Greene

  32. Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting Bangkok

    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting Bangkok

    Our list of essentials includes a breakout short story collection, a street food doc, and a hand-painted city map.

    By Andrew Parks

  33. Handmade Lutes, Herbal Inhalers, and Other Souvenirs You Should Buy in Bangkok

    Handmade Lutes, Herbal Inhalers, and Other Souvenirs You Should Buy in Bangkok

    Put down the snake whiskey. Step away from the elephant pants. Our sources have better ideas for what to bring home.

    By Andrew Parks

  34. Wild Elephants and Jungle Biking: The Best Day Trips From Bangkok

    Wild Elephants and Jungle Biking: The Best Day Trips From Bangkok

    Even the city’s biggest supporters sometimes need a break. From a “green lung” getaway to a triple-waterfall park, here’s where the locals escape.

    By Andrew Parks

  35. An Insider’s Guide to Bangkok’s Underground Art Scene

    An Insider’s Guide to Bangkok’s Underground Art Scene

    As the capital gears up for its inaugural Bangkok Art Biennale, artists and curators gather the courage to speak out in new and subversive ways.

    By Andrew Parks

  36. Where to Rummage for Vintage in Bangkok

    Where to Rummage for Vintage in Bangkok

    Three throwback obsessives share their lists of go-to scouting spots for military jackets, embroidered caftans, rare vinyl, and taxidermied ostriches.

    By Andrew Parks

  37. Top Bangkok Spas for Foot Rubs, Yuzu Baths, and Crystal Healing

    Top Bangkok Spas for Foot Rubs, Yuzu Baths, and Crystal Healing

    Four locals on where they go to soothe knotty muscles, sweat out their impurities, and recenter their inner beings.

    By Andrew Parks

  38. You Can Do Better Than Khaosan Road

    You Can Do Better Than Khaosan Road

    Leave the deep-fried scorpions to the backpackers. Here are five under-the-radar alternatives to Bangkok’s biggest tourist magnets.

    By Andrew Parks

  39. One Night in Bangkok? This Is How You Should Spend It

    One Night in Bangkok? This Is How You Should Spend It

    Forget Soi Cowboy. Restaurateur Jason Lang crafts an after-dark agenda with gooey tiki drinks, live funk bands, and fiery Thai liquor.

    By Andrew Parks

  40. Your Perfect Afternoon: What to Eat, See, and Do in Bangkok’s Old Town

    Your Perfect Afternoon: What to Eat, See, and Do in Bangkok’s Old Town

    Neoclassical architecture, squid ink soup, and a secret diving center: Local artist Pomme Chan guides us through the city’s buzziest creative enclave.

    By Andrew Parks

  41. The Best Thai Food in Bangkok, From High to Low

    The Best Thai Food in Bangkok, From High to Low

    Two chefs, a brewer, a pop star, and a flock of other food-obsessed locals reveal their favorite spots for authentic Thai eats.

    By Andrew Parks

  42. Where the Locals Would Stay in Bangkok If They Weren’t Local

    Where the Locals Would Stay in Bangkok If They Weren’t Local

    In a city as sprawling as Bangkok, where you sleep matters. Here, four locals share their picks for stylish hostels, luxe rooftop cottages, and more.

    By Andrew Parks

  43. Week 1: Bangkok, the Most Underrated City in Southeast Asia

    Week 1: Bangkok, the Most Underrated City in Southeast Asia

    To give it a fair shake, you need at least five days — long enough that you won’t spend your whole trip sitting in traffic.

    By Andrew Parks

  44. Introducing the Urbanist

    Introducing the Urbanist

    A new pop-up travel blog from New York Media, covering ten remarkable cities in ten action-packed weeks.

    By Ashlea Halpern

  45. The Urbanist’s Guide to Seoul, From Soy-Brined Fried Pickles to Sneaker Bars

    The Urbanist’s Guide to Seoul, From Soy-Brined Fried Pickles to Sneaker Bars

    This is a place where ancient shrines meet eye-popping street art and centuries-old hanok villages coexist with soaring architectural gems.

    By Ashlea Halpern

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