Thanks to Sciò’s keen eye and delicate touch, La Posta Vecchia is even better than Getty left it. And the best part is you don’t need to be a Getty to see it for yourself.

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second-largest city, has a rich history, architectural masterpieces, fantastic food, and a beautiful coastline.

The Amalfi Coast needs no introduction. One of the most beautiful places on Earth, this little spit of land jutting out into the Mediterranean symbolizes la dolce vita.

Though you could simply relax and enjoy everything the resorts have to offer, Joali and Joali Being show that tourism can be a force for good: through the arts, sustainability initiatives, and community-focused projects. And that is a great reason to travel.

Porto, Portugal’s second-largest city, has a rich history, places to see, azulejo tiles, port wine, and great food. Its manageable size makes it easy to visit most of the main sights in a weekend.

Located in northern Portugal, about 90 minutes east of Porto by car, Six Senses Douro Valley encapsulates everything the brand stands for. Occupying a 19th-century quinta (wine estate), the 71-key property feels like a spa retreat where you can just as easily detox or indulge, depending on your mood.

Tel Aviv is Israel’s most cosmopolitan city. Founded in 1909, it’s young in both age and spirit. Here is a guide to the hotels, restaurants, bars, museums, and shops design lovers shouldn’t miss.

In the world of wine, few names have the prestige of barolo and barbaresco, with bottles selling for hundreds and even thousands of dollars. These wines hail from Piedmont, Italy’s second-largest region. Piedmont has the ideal combination of Mediterranean sun and cooled Alpine air to produce the highest-quality grapes. If you’re looking for the perfect bottle to pair with holiday meals, here’s a primer on seven wines and the winemakers to look for.

Costa Smeralda, an artful new book released by Assouline this July, celebrates this singular vision with richly coloured archival photographs. The introduction recounts how the project transformed the coast into a playground for the international jet-set and includes quotes from visitors like Giorgio Armani and George Clooney.

Fabulous new restaurants are opening at a rapid clip, so if you haven’t visited Los Angeles in a while, here are three new ones where you can be sure to have a delicious night out.

Majestic limestone peaks, verdant meadows, and emerald lakes—the Dolomites have some of Italy’s most spectacular natural scenery. Located between Venice and Austria, the mountains have long been a favourite ski destination for Italians, who flock there during the Christmas holidays, but the region is also becoming popular in the summer for hiking and other outdoor activities.

Though she may not be as famous as Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, and Oscar Niemeyer, Lina Bo Bardi was one of the 20th century’s most influential female architects.

Exploring Marrakesh requires a bit of extra effort because the most alluring places are hidden behind closed doors.

There’s no question that the elephants are the main draw at Anantara Golden Triangle. There are 21 of them roaming the property, which doubles as an elephant sanctuary for animals that have been saved from the circus, the logging industry, or begging on the streets of Bangkok.

It’s the archetype of the ancient temple lost in the jungle, overgrown with vines, though that characterization could not be further from the truth. Angkor Wat is full of life and swarming with people—in fact, it can be hard to avoid the crowds.

Twinkling lights are draped across the city’s streets, fashion boutiques mount elaborate window displays, Christmas trees stand proudly in the main squares, and five-star hotels deck the halls quite literally. If you’re planning a trip to Rome for the holidays, these are the best things to do.

Though the city is at its most glorious under the warm Mediterranean sun, there are plenty of indoor activities to keep you occupied should you find yourself in Rome on a rainy day.

Call it a maison, atelier, or an anti-boutique; handbag designer Gilbert Halaby’s namesake shop Maison Halaby on Via di Monserrato in Rome is a homelike space for his creativity.

Mexico’s most exciting emerging and established designers will come out to show the world what they have been up to.

The accomplished filmmaker, humanitarian, and ambassador inspiring deep connections between humans and the Earth.