Check in to these surf-inspired hotels for a deep dive into world-class surfing scenes from Hossegor, France, to the Hamptons to Bali.
Like much of the Côte d’Azur, Saint-Tropez’s origins can be linked back to its Italian neighbors. Named after Roman officer Torpes, whose boat landed on the shores of a then-unknown port village, the red and white colors of Saint-Tropez flags reflect its rich Genovese history.
From cinema-themed rooms to the city's first yoga hotel, these new Paris hotels are worth a stay.
Though Italy has been eagerly welcoming Americans back to its historic villages and rural landscapes, crowds are still smaller than they had been pre-pandemic. That means easier canal hopping in Venice and stretches of the Amalfi you can actually spread your towel on.
A visit to the City of Light will undoubtedly satisfy all of your senses while providing an engaging lesson in history. Every cobbled corner of Paris appears to set the scene for an enchanting day, but how best to discover the soul of the city by night?