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In London, Portuguese Fare, Served With a Twist

At Taberna, the food is traditional Portuguese as seen through the eyes of an imaginative, skilled chef. But this sharp focus does not mean monotony.

An Unlikely Tourist Attraction in Poland: Storks

Following the trail of white storks through northeast Poland, where almost three-quarters of them live, offers an opportunity to explore the area’s history, wildlife and landscapes.

In Iceland, a Literary Tour Explores Rich History

To the residents of Reykjavik, the culture of storytelling seems to be the source of their greatest national pride and Iceland has a nearly 100 percent literacy rate.

What Travelers Can Expect in Paris

If you’re visiting Paris, here’s what you need to know about flights, hotels, getting around and how to help in the wake of the attacks.

Finding Alice’s ‘Wonderland’ in Oxford

Setting out to explore the Oxford, England, of Lewis Carroll, who rooted “Alice in Wonderland” 150 years ago in the place where he lived and worked.

A Left-Bank Bistro Raises the Bar

The distinguished Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piège has opened a 20-seat spot that deserves high marks for exquisite execution.

In Bucharest, the Old Town Sees New Life

The area, once one of the Romanian capital’s main areas of commerce, fell into hard times during the Communist era, but is making a comeback.

In Ireland, Milk Chocolate Reigns

Ireland is a place where milk chocolate is a source of intense pride, with respected chocolatiers like Butlers, Skelligs, Lily O’Brien’s and Cadbury.

The True Heart of French Seaside Chic

Let the partiers keep the Riviera. Just a few hundred miles to the west sits the alluring little island of Île de Ré, and its unspoiled pastures and vineyards.

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