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Where else can you find thirteen Michelin-starred restaurants, nine World Heritage sites and miles of beaches in one European city?
New York is at a new zenith of creativity, with exciting new hotels, restaurants, galleries and shops.
The only other city in Europe that comes close to being as perfectly beautiful as Prague is Venice. Now, its extraordinary architecture has been restored after decades of neglect and...
Read about romantic hotels and restaurants in the South of France's most scenic region.
The Austrian capital is buzzing with chic hotels, cutting-edge restaurants and a vibrant design and fashion scene. How to experience the best of old and new.
With top-of-the line hotels and shopping, gorgeous architecture and some of the most exciting restaurants in the country, the Windy City is thriving.
A hiker's paradise, the Italian Dolomites offers glorious landscapes and charming, authentic hotels and restaurants.
The Spanish capital is buzzing with revamped hotels, authentic restaurants and a vibrant art scene.
Put on the map by Aristotle and Jackie Onassis, this island offers a few gorgeous hotels, chic restaurants and a buzzing scene.
The Basque Country is synonymous with good eating, and San Sebastian now boasts a higher density of Michelin stars than Paris.
Napa's neighboring wine country is renowned for great Pinot Noir vineyards, memorable boutique hotels and sublime restaurants.
Salzburg sits like a baroque jewel on the banks of the river Salzach, at the northern boundary of the Alps.
Bordered by Germany, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland, Austria showcases a host of different influences.
One of the only two restaurants in Hungary to have a Michelin-star, the atmosphere and food are both neo-Baroque at this modern Hungarian restaurant. The Hungarian Evolution Menu showcases seasonal,...
Andrássy Út, a wide, leafy boulevard lined with neo-Renaissance and neo-Baroque buildings (a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987), runs from the city center past the State Opera House to...
The soaring atrium of the Sofitel, which reopened in 2005 after a major makeover, is a curious mix of Times Square (in size) and Las Vegas (in unabashed flash). A...
Margaret de Heinrich, a co-owner of Omorovicza spa, recommends Gundel, Budapest’s most famous restaurant co-owned by George Lang (of Café des Artistes in New York). “It’s a bit touristy but...
When Baraka opened on Magyar Utca in central Pest in 2001, it quickly established itself as one of the city’s top restaurants as well as a local favorite, and getting...
If ever there was a restaurant that launched a thousand fusion eateries in Budapest, it’s Tom George, a lively hot spot that opened in 2002 (food blog Chew.hu even coined...
Like its sister cities, Prague and Vienna, Budapest is a place thoroughly steeped in a musical tradition, from the moody melodies of Franz Liszt and revolutionary rhythms of Béla Bartók...
Katalin Czeller, who is fluent in English, Hungarian, and German, has been guiding travelers through Budapest for more than twenty years, but her enthusiasm for her hometown remains utterly fresh...
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