If you love shopping, design, good food, and history, you’ll love Marrakech.
Empanadas, breathtaking vistas, and church-hopping—here’s how to spend a long weekend in Quito, Ecuador.
Mérida is small enough that a long weekend is enough time to soak up the sights and sounds and do a little exploring outside of the city.
History buffs, style mavens, gourmands, and art enthusiasts will all find plenty to love in Argentina’s capital.
There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and boutiques to explore in this buzzing south-of-the-border destination.
For a Hamptons-meets-Savannah vibe, check out the Florida Panhandle.
Looking for affordable French-country charm amid vineyards and stone villages, far from crowds? Head to the less-traveled Lot River Valley in southwest France.
West of Mexico City and east of Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara is truly the heart of Mexico.
A long weekend here will help you brush up on your French, let you stuff your face with poutine, and make you realize you don’t need to leave the continent to feel cosmopolitan.
While it may be known by many as a college-charged town, Madison packs in plenty of culture year-round by way of award–winning chefs, public arts, and festivals.