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Where to Eat in NYC: Winter 2015

In New York City, a new season always warrants a new restaurant slate. This winter is no different, with a diverse array of culinary choices and trends like buzzy, vegetable-focused menus and highly anticipated dishes, ranging from inventive Mexican to rustic Italian fare to classic steaks and burgers. Show More Summary

5 Uniquely Luxurious Las Vegas Hotel Suites

Las Vegas is an over-the-top city, filled with some of the best hotels in the world, each one constantly in a healthy competition to outshine the others. Fortunately, the diversity of hotels in Sin City offers an abundance of options to appeal to every type of traveler. Show More Summary

10 Best Regional Theaters in the U.S.

It's common to see a play or musical when visiting New York, but what about when you're in other cities? All over the country, regional theaters host classic productions, new revivals, American and world premieres, and potential Broadway-bound newcomers year-round. Show More Summary

5 Must-Visit Spots in the Ardeche

By Miranda Mouillot, author of A Fifty-Year Silence With no major highways, airports, or train stations, the Ardèche is one of the most remote and rural parts of France. Luckily, its close proximity to Valènce and Montélimar makes it...Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Visit the Hamptons in the Off-Season

Every year from Memorial Day through Labor Day, the Hamptons become a notoriously see-and-be-seen summer getaway for wealthy New Yorkers, celebrities, and those who want to be in close proximity to the aforementioned groups. Yes, the...Show More Summary

15 Things NOT to Do in New York City

No matter how many times you’ve been to New York, the city can overwhelm you with its plethora of sights, museums, restaurants, activities, and more. Unfortunately, many visitors make the mistake of spending their precious vacation time on the wrong things, or go about seeing the city in the wrong way. Show More Summary

World's Most Beautiful Bridges

For thousands of years, bridges have been constructed to make transportation easier, thereby allowing cities and empires to flourish. But some bridges do more than just get you from point A to point B; instead, they marry form and function in unforgettable ways. Show More Summary

Super Bowl XLIX: Where to Eat in Phoenix

With the promise of warm weather and an exciting game at the University of Phoenix Stadium, it's time to start packing your bags for the 49th Annual Super Bowl. Be sure to eat more than just stadium food, because there are plenty of delicious dining experiences to enjoy during your stay. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Adventures Abroad

Looking to go globe-hopping? From the culture and dining on San Juan’s Calle Loiza to stunning views in Hong Kong, you’ll find plenty of travel destinations to choose from in our weekly story roundup. 10 Incredible Views in Hong Kong Whether...Show More Summary

10 Hotels that Ooze Old-School Hollywood Glamour

Film shoots, fountain frolics, and tunnel tête-à-têtes are just some of the shenanigans that have taken place at these iconic hotels across the globe, where everyone from royals to presidents to movie stars have checked in. Sleep where...Show More Summary

Will 2015 Be the Year You Travel to Cuba?

Starting January 16, 2015, the United States government will begin easing restrictions on travel to Cuba. Under the new rules, Americans will be allowed to travel to the island nation for any of a dozen reasons—the same reasons thatShow More Summary

What We're Reading This Week: China, Cuba, 'Downton Abbey'

Jiayang Fan’s recent piece in The New Yorker, Eating Alone in China, tells of the ballyhoo surrounding Yanni Cai’s book and series of online videos by the same name. Cai, an unmarried thirty-something former magazine editor based inShow More Summary

10 Wine-Touring Tips for Beginners

By Miranda Mouillot, author of A Fifty-Year Silence It’s nearly impossible to mention France without thinking about its wines, and drinking them is, quite literally, a way to taste the countryside. Each corner of France has its signature varietals, expressing the particularities of the local soil and climate. Show More Summary

10 Incredible Views in Hong Kong

With its dramatic waterfront setting, hilly terrain, and dazzling skyline, Hong Kong is nothing if not picturesque. But there’s much more to see in this thrilling metropolis than its iconic city center, like 260 islands, gorgeous hiking paths, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Show More Summary

Neighborhood Guide: Santurce, San Juan's Hipster Haven

Puerto Rico’s main attractions are undoubtedly its abundance of sandy beaches and welcoming tropical climate. But even if you’re not a beach bum, there are a host of other reasons to head to the island’s capital city of San Juan. The...Show More Summary

Fodor's Week In Travel: Mountains and Massages

Whether you’re eager to hit the slopes or prefer to relax and be pampered, we’ve got plenty of suggestions for ski destinations and spa treatments to keep you entertained during the long winter months. Whether you're seeking luxury indoors or awe-inspiring activites outdoors, you'll find both in our weekly story roundup. 10 Best U.S. Show More Summary

America's Best Historic Movie Theaters

In an age when you can watch just about any movie you want on a device that fits in a pocket, it’s a wonder that movie theaters even exist anymore. But they do exist—thrive,even—proving that there’s a special relationship between audiences and the silver screen. Show More Summary

10 Romantic Spas for Valentine's Day Escapes

Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year, so there's no reason not to get out of town with your sweetheart. In 2015, let sparks fly amidst the luxury of the 10 romantic spas for a Valentine’s getaway. Rose petals, chocolate covered...Show More Summary

What We're Reading This Week: Bolivia, Kafka, Churchill

I just got back from an amazing trip to Chile and I loved it so much that I'm already thinking about my next foray to South America. I was looking up travel ideas for Bolivia and found this excellent story by David Farley in Afar magazine...Show More Summary

10 Most Scenic Cross-Country Skiing Destinations

Fully immerse yourself in winter landscapes by taking advantage of one of the best low-impact, total-body workouts around: cross-country skiing. The sport is as fun as it is challenging, and can take you through the majestic valleys of Utah or the mountainous regions of Washington. Show More Summary

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