We asked 10 people who explore for a living to reveal their favorite discoveries, including Castelmezzano, a stunning hillside village in Italy. Go now, before the rest of the world catches up.
PHOTOS WE LOVE
These stories from our readers prove that travel is stranger and funnier—and in some cases bawdier—than fiction.
Essential travel tips from our editors, including how being flexible can help you get the best deal, plus how to avoid lines, pack better, tip appropriately, and more.
HOTELS WE LOVE
Chic, stylish, boutique—blah, blah, blah. What we want in a hotel is that unique mix of warmth and personality. In other words, we want it to be totally charming. Here are our picks, from Argentina to Vietnam.
THE ADVENTURES OF BUD TRAVEL
Here are 10 relatively simple ways to give your hotel room a romantic makeover. Watch the slide show: Our correspondent, seduction artist Bud Travel, shows how it's done.
BEST OF THE BLOG
In answer to our weekly question, you've shared your knowledge on travel destinations near and far. Now tell us: What's your travel resolution for 2008? Is it a new adventure, a return to a favorite place, an urban exploration, or a journey to a remote destination?
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GREAT TRAVEL READS
The spectacular coast of Croatia is studded with centuries-old lighthouses. Eleven of them have vacation rentals that allow guests to play keeper for a week.
It's easy to overlook the museum gift shop, yet many have evolved into destinations for carefully curated, striking objects that you won't encounter at your local shopping mall. Here are our picks for one-of-a-kind affordable gifts under $50.
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Zora O'Neill, coauthor of The Rough Guide to the Yucatán
and owner of RovingGastronome.com, answers your questions on Tuesday, December 11, at noon (ET).
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