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Idyllic Islands: Capri

By Alice Lawlor This impossibly beautiful island off the western coast of Italy has been a celebrity hangout for decades. Anyone who’s anyone has vacationed here, from Brigitte Bardot and Jackie Onassis to Tom Cruise and Taylor Swift. It’s not...

Journey to Ancient Earth

By Maria Lenhart Among mist-shrouded peaks, the first glimpse of Machu Picchu, the mysterious citadel with its stonework terraces cascading down an emerald mountainside, never fails to enchant those who make the winding journey by trek or train to get...

Seeking Dark Skies

By Jennifer Broome Escape the city lights and explore a starscape of planets, shooting stars, meteor showers, the Milky Way and galaxies far, far away. There are over 60 dark sky parks, communities and reserves in the United States designated by...

Because Someday I’ll Venture to Tasmania

By Suzanne Bopp Architecture The city is an architectural wonderland. It’s home to gems such as St. Stephen’s Basilica, one of the city’s tallest buildings, filled with frescoes and mosaics (climb to the dome for a spectacular view) and the Hungarian...

Adventure Made Luxurious

You no longer have to forego travel luxuries to explore remote destinations. The newest expedition cruise offerings provide cruise conveniences and the authentic, up-close experiences you seek. By Lesley Tkaczyk Miller An expedition cruise isn’t your typical cruise. To start with,...

Epic NYC Views

New York City’s Hudson Yards continues its foray into fanciful and Instagrammable architecture in March 2020 when its newest feature — Edge — opened to the public. Edge, a cantilevered glass and steel observation deck, promises visitors a view...

Happy Birthday, Beethoven!

By Amy S. Eckert On Dec. 16, 2020, music lovers around the world will celebrate the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven. Born in the German town of Bonn, Beethoven created nine symphonies and numerous other compositions that are considered...

Red and Green on the Blue Danube

Explore Europe’s magical Christmas markets with AmaWaterways By Katie McElveen Europe may set trends in art, music and food. However, when it comes to the holidays, tradition reigns — particularly in cities along the Danube River, where, starting in November, Christmas...

Carve Through the Canadian Rockies by Rail

Ride the rails into Western Canada’s pristine interior with a Rocky Mountaineer Circle Journey. By Amity Moore Joyce T he Canadian Rockies deserve your attention. In fact, they command it. To look away is to deny yourself a horizon etched with...

Top Five Celebrity-owned Restaurants

Written by Jason Frye / Illustrated by Fian Arroyo Ready to dine like an A-lister? Nosh like an Oscar winner, rock star or World Series MVP at one of these spots: JBJ Soul Kitchen Location: Red Bank and Toms River, New Jersey Celebrity:...

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