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The sport of climbing has gained remarkable momentum as of late, with young stars like Chris Sharma and Alex Honnold sparking unprecedented participation, especially among wide-eyed newbies. If you’re among them (I sure am, after being mesmerized watching climbers scale Yosemite’s world-renowned El Capitan), then why not take your... Read More

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Golf Romance   K Club

It’s hard to talk about golf without mentioning Ireland, but resorts in Spain and South Africa are luxury gems sure to give the Emerald Isle a run for its money. The K Club; County Kildare, Ireland The countryside, five-star Kildare Hotel and Golf Club (K Club for short) is a quick... Read More

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Bucuti Beach Resort on Aruba

Spring is a great time for a romantic getaway – either to Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada, or the West Coast – so here are four tips to help you maximize your enjoyment of the destination, and each other, while away à deux: Avoid kids and conferences: Nothing wrecks a... Read More

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St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

It may only be entertainment, but the settings of movies and TV shows do have the power to transport. So it made me think that with the Oscars just a few weeks away, I should share my picks for the top 10 movies that capture both the romance and... Read More

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Lisbon Rossio Plaza

Barcelona is a city unlike any other – it has Gaudi’s modernist masterpieces, vibrant Catalan culture, and even a beach – making it a wonderful place to visit time and again. It also makes a great base for exploring other nearby destinations that complement rather than compete with its... Read More


Barcelona has long been a hotbed of architectural innovation—ever since the master of Spanish Modernism, Antoni Gaudi, defied 19th-century design genres by creating buildings that fused Gothicism, Art Nouveau and Surrealism. His massive and still-under-construction Sagrada Familia, undulating Casa Mila and whimsical Parc Guell changed the city’s landscape and... Read More

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Bergen Railway/Rolf SorensenNorway’s Bergen Line easily makes the list of the top train trips in Europe

By: Molly Fergus Train travel in the Old World maintains a certain mystique for many travelers – and it’s little wonder: With scads of culture, 47 countries packed into a region slightly larger than the U.S., and exhaustive tracks that go everywhere from the plains of Spain to the eastern... Read More

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mediterranean cruise

By: Zach Custer, Amber Nolan & Elina Vaysbeyn Sailing the storied waters of the Mediterranean offers a sense of romance and adventure on the high seas that is virtually unsurpassed, with its shimmering, cerulean sea providing access to a staggering array of diversified ports, ranging from sleepy old-world fishing villages... Read More

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Honeymoon War

Do you and your fiancé agree that you are truly, madly, deeply in love—but that you also truly, madly, deeply disagree on where you’ll enjoy post-wedded bliss? Take heart: Plenty of couples face a honeymoon split decision. She wants relaxation and he wants adventure; she wants a safari and... Read More

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White Wine

Sipping and tasting is one way to experience wine. But why sip when you can be wrapped, bathed or exfoliated in it? The spa offerings at the Wine Spa at Hotel Peralada outside Barcelona, Spain let you do just that. The golf resort relishes in the regional traditions of vinotherapy... Read More


The Deal: There’s nothing like a little holiday in Spain to clear the mind – especially when the cost of your flight won’t cause any added stress. Iberia is offering low rates to Madrid, Barcelona, Pamplona, Ibiza, and more, starting from as little as $530 round-trip – and that’s... Read More

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Stay: Room Mate Migueletes, another fantastic low-cost, high-design property from Spain’s Room Mate hotel chain, is ideally located in Albayzin, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and housed in a 17th-century mansion-cum-chic boutique with Moorish charms and views of the Alhambra. Deal Details: Receive a 20 percent discount on any... Read More

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iStock InternationalMasks are a major part of Venice

By: Sherman’s Travel Editorial Staff Baby, it’s cold outside! But this year, why hibernate at home when you can be enjoying the best of what winter has to offer the world over? Some of the greatest festivals of the year take place during the coldest months, and we’ve rounded up... Read More