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The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
Fans of the iconic Star Wars franchise have been waiting with bated breath for more news about their fantasy turned reality: a Star Wars-themed park.
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After you’ve visited Tower Bridge and ogled Big Ben, here are the less obvious architecture and design hotspots you shouldn’t miss.
When done right, public staircases turn from an afterthought to an Instagram hotspot, a delightful example of a city’s culture and style.
Here are the 23 ancient ruins and contemporary wonders to see in the vibrant, teeming Greek capital—plus intel about what to skip.
Sure, Marina Bay Sands is an eye-popper, but have you been to the city’s Kampong Glam neighborhood?
Nothing stokes wanderlust quite like a colorful photo, and some of the world’s most beautiful cities are awash in turquoise, lavender, golden yellows, and more.
From a vacation rental company that focuses on families to one that wants to combat racism, here are nine alternatives for your next vacation.
If previous generations of snowbirds sought to escape the snow, today’s #VanLife campers seek it out.
From Baroque palaces to colorful cafes, the underrated Austrian capital is much more than schnitzel.
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In LA’s backyard, the desert is anything but desolate
Slopeside lodging offers convenience, luxury, and epic views.
As any Carioca will tell you, "You must go to Rio." And when you’re in Rio, these are the key places to go, things to do, and views to take in.
The German capital has it all, from dance clubs in former industrial spaces to art galleries in Brutalist ex-churches. A longtime Berliner reveals the best of the best.
Houston-based technology start up Orion Span is currently working on Aurora Station, a fully modular space station that will function as an exclusive hotel.
Here are 11 architecturally interesting planetariums and observatories that are sure to get you looking skyward.
Go for the Israeli city’s cache of Bauhaus buildings. Stay for its markets and beaches.
A native Parisian on the best courtyards, secret gardens, speakeasies, galleries, and more in the City of Light.
Locals and frequent visitors dish on their favorite haunts in Italy’s hotbed of design.
Some of our most popular national parks are currently overrun with trash and human feces.
From historic opera houses to a brand-new building in Chicago, these are the 21 most architecturally significant theaters in America.
Located off one of the Maldives’ tiny tropical islands, the luxury resort’s main building has a roof built from solar panels arranged into a stepped pattern.
The seven types of high-country buildings you’re sure to encounter in ski towns from Vermont to Whistler.
This bookable two-bedroom apartment in Copenhagen is hygge meets hip.
Every year for the past 28 years, the Icehotel has popped up in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, as a seasonal ode to architecture.
Each container measures 130 square feet and has a bathroom, living area, and a white linen bed tucked into a nook by a picture window.
This year’s class of hotels is an impressive group, from the long-awaited opening of the new Snowmass Base Village in Colorado to an affordable, boutique option in British Columbia.
A petition from Amsterdam city councillor Femke Roosma claimed the sculpture was attracting mass tourism and promoting the wrong vision for the city.
Of the hotel’s 18 floors, just two sit above ground with the rest descending 290 feet below.
If a trip to Europe isn’t in the cards this holiday season, don’t fret. We’ve rounded up the best outdoor markets in the U.S. to visit this holiday season.
The Sammezzano castle, a glorious technicolor estate in Italy’s Tuscany region is now on the market.
The Italian monument, famed for its precarious tilt, has straightened nearly 1.5 inches since 2001.
After nearly 10 years at the helm of menswear design for J.Crew, Frank Muytjens left the brand in 2017. His next adventure? Creating a boutique in in the Berkshires.