Historic Barcelona is in top form this year. Antoni Gaudí’s architectural marvel, the unfinished Sagrada Familia , recently completed the towers of the evangelists Luke and Mark, which join Virgin Mary’s tower, completed in 2021. In late 2023, the towers of the evangelists John and Matthew will join the other pinnacles in lighting up the city during the Christmas season...
Historically, urban green spaces have provided relaxation and calm amid chaotic city living. But as the world evolves and climate issues take center stage, the important role trees and plants play in lowering carbon emissions and oxygenating the air makes people appreciate beautiful natural spaces all the more.
Enchanting views over charming towns, sparkling seas and mountain backdrops. Unique shapes and amenities. Luxurious spa experiences. These criteria mark our top picks for the most extraordinary hotel pools in Europe and the Middle East.
As evidenced at recent Paris fashion runway shows, the industry is rising to meet the global challenge of adjusting its carbon footprint — and Paris leads the way with slow-fashion initiatives slated to become fully operational by 2024. From eco-conscious designers to boutiques showcasing recyclable wearables, the latest in Paris fashion is strutting down greener catwalks.
A 300-year-old chateau reborn as a hotel in the countryside outside Marseille. In a completely secluded area—the closest sign of civilization is Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, a tiny 11th-century village nearby. The chateau is a 30-minute drive from Marseille Provence Airport and a scenic 20-minute drive from Aix-en-Provence train station.
Berlin may have a world-class cultural scene and Munich the world’s most iconic Oktoberfest, but Germany’s second-largest city, Hamburg, boasts the country’s biggest port, along with a sea lover’s spirit that spills across its architecture, cuisine, and culture.
Visit the beach, play a round of golf, or stroll Old Town when you reserve a vacation at Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort.
Barcelona’s Plaça del Duc de Medinaceli has a rich pedigree of important residents, from the ordained brothers who built a Franciscan convent there during the 13th century to the Catalonian aristocrats who constructed elegant manor houses along its perimeter in the 1800s. The palm-tree-lined square welcomed a new generation of VIPs last October, when the 57-room Soho House Barcelona (sohohousebarcelona.com) opened inside a pink-hued 19th-century structure on its northern edge...
Beyond majestic castles, classic bathhouses and an eclectic mix of architectural styles, travelers on the lookout for unusual things to do in Budapest will find a wide variety of off-the-grid activities. Whether you're looking to explore subterranean caves and quirky museums or tuck into some oddball eats, this vibrant European city offers a little something for every taste.
Celebrated for its all-night party scene and boho-chic sensibility, Ibiza has a softer side filled with secluded coves, ancient artifacts and a choice of international cuisines.
Originally launched as a boutique hotel-within-a-hotel at Caesars Palace in 2013, Nobu Hotels has since opened an impressive collection of luxe resorts and urban stays around the world.
Blue Star Families, Synchrony, Sleep Number, and NFL star Clyde Edwards-Helaire honored ten local military heroes and their families at a free smart bed giveaway event, plus $1,000 savings accounts.