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America's Best Luxury Tennis Resorts

You know you’ve arrived at a great tennis resort when you’re greeted with the inquisitive, “How’s your backhand?” In a sport that’s as much about strategy as it is physical agility, there’s always the opportunity to improve your game. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Take It Outside

What better way to celebrate National Parks Week and Earth Day than stepping into the great outdoors? Whether you want to absorb magnificent canyon views or explore a desert on horseback, our weekly roundup has a ton of fresh-air fun,...Show More Summary

Food Lover's Guide to San Juan

With its Spanish, African, Taíno (Native American), and French influences, the food of Puerto Rico, or cocina criolla, has always been an adventure for the taste buds, one that utilizes the island’s natural gastronomic bounty. In the...Show More Summary

Europe's 10 Most Gorgeous Places to Shop

Fashion Week may be over in Paris and Milan, but there are still plenty of opportunities to find style inspiration in both cities and beyond. Inside Europe’s historic department stores and gallerias, amazing architecture blends with today’s hottest fashions. Show More Summary

10 Best National Parks to Visit in 2015

There's never a bad time to visit America’s amazing national parks, but with 58 of them in total, not to mention more than 100 national monuments, the decision of which one to visit can feel overwhelming. To make it easier, we've handpicked...Show More Summary

Long Weekend in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Mexico

Think of Chiapas as the Oregon of Mexico: It's green and gorgeous and one of the best destinations in the republic for nature lovers. The state's cultural capital, San Cristóbal de las Casas, is a town of cobblestone streets and red-tile roofs set at 7,200 feet above sea level, amid pine-filled forests. Show More Summary

Where to Eat in Melbourne Right Now

It’s widely known as a foodie city, yet Melbourne—which made the 2015 Fodor's Go List—is home to incredible restaurants and chefs that lack international name recognition. Sure, culinary superstars like Nobu Matsuhisha, Heston Blumenthal,...Show More Summary

15 Ultimate Experiences in Israel

Few destinations offer the variety and vibrancy that travelers find in Israel, where there are millennia of history, miles of scenic landscapes, and dozens of friendly people willing to share the traditions and struggles of their culture. Show More Summary

A 6-Stop Wander Through the Lanes of Montmartre

Sue Roe is the author of In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and the Birth of Modernist Art, a vivid history of Modernism and the group of artists who revolutionized the concept of art. Through their lives and the excitement surroundingShow More Summary

Long Weekend in Bisbee, Arizona

The quirky little mining-town-cum-artists'-enclave at Bisbee, Arizona (population 5,360), beckons bohemian types with its small-town charm, eccentric character, and picturesque mountainside perch, situated about ninety-three miles southeast of Tucson and a stone's throw from the Mexican border. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Global Getaways

Take your spring adventures abroad to discover emerging destinations or visit old favorites. Whether you want to sample wine in Tbilisi or delicacies in Bangkok, our weekly roundup has you covered. 5 Reasons You Shouldn't Miss Inle Lake,...Show More Summary

10 Budget-Friendly Getaways for Spring 2015

What’s the real definition of a spring break? Taking a trip for less than you might expect. There’s no better time of year to find bargains, with a host of last-minute deals as destinations prepare to boost prices for summer. Here are...Show More Summary

Long Weekend in Hershey, Pennsylvania

Hershey, Pennsylvania, likes to call itself the sweetest place on earth, and if you’re looking for a small-scale theme park getaway on the East Coast, it will indeed hit the sweet spot. Located in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Hershey is synonymous with chocolate, as it happens to be the place confectioner Milton S. Show More Summary

Where to Eat in NYC: Spring 2015 Edition

Spring has finally sprung in New York City, which means it’s time to get out and enjoy the best newcomers to the local dining scene. This season, aside from new openings, a couple of old favorites have moved and, in the process, reinvented themselves a bit. Show More Summary

Beginner?s Guide to Tbilisi?s Burgeoning Wine Scene

People have been making and drinking wine around Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for 7,000 years. Bounded by the Black Sea to the west and the Caucasus to the north, Georgia is perhaps the most exciting newcomer on the international...Show More Summary

Where to Drink in New York City Right Now

It’s never been that difficult to find a good drink in New York City, but it’s so much more fun when there are new places to go and new cocktails to fall in love with. Fortunately, exciting newcomers have opened all over the city in recent months, each one bringing something unique to the city’s nightlife scene. Show More Summary

5 Reasons You Shouldn't Miss Inle Lake, Myanmar

As I entered the wide expanse of Inle Lake at the end of a narrow feeder channel, two fishermen appeared on either side of my Abercrombie & Kent longboat, performing what I could best make out as a slow-motion, over-the-water ballet with conical baskets and oars for props—all while balanced on the bows of their boats. Show More Summary

Top 10 Places to Go for Spring 2015

Spring break may have already come and gone, but that doesn’t mean travel has to halt until summer. There are festivals to enjoy and races to cheer on, and those migrating whales up north aren’t going to watch themselves. Why not gather...Show More Summary

Food Lover's Guide to Bangkok

With a homegrown cuisine marked by intensity and balance, a hotbed of international flavors, high-quality local products, and a population that’s absolutely fanatical about food, Bangkok has always been high on the hit list for food lovers. Show More Summary

6 Must-Have French Beauty Products

As spring weather slowly approaches and lightweight, colorful fashions make their way out of storage, it’s time to take stock of your skin’s condition. From the intense wind chill and constant sniffles of this past winter, you might not be feeling your personal best. Show More Summary

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