The best way to discover art deco Miami is with a two-hour walking tour by Art Deco Tours. It's a great way to learn about the town and its architecture.
A video of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West home in Scottsdale, where the renowned architect wintered from 1937 on.
Portugal's second city is famed for its well-preserved medieval core, baroque churches and graceful bridges, but it's also a hub of contemporary architecture.
Though preservation guidelines came late to the city, Los Angeles is full of architectural jewels -- if you know where to look. This tour helped us find them.
South India's Thanjavur rewards the traveler with a world of wonders -- delicious food, mesmerizing architecture and vibrant street life among them.
Shirakawa-go is one of the best places to see traditional gassho-zukuri buildings, the steeply pitched thatched-roof houses still in use today.
After a five-year renovation, this 17th-century palace has opened as Pacai, a 104-room hotel in the Old Town of Lithuania's capital of Vilnius.
The recently renovated Chreli Abano bathhouse may be geared to tourists, but our editor booked a VIP room and had a great experience.
While tourists have discovered Georgia's most famous ancient monasteries, their churches are still worth visiting, especially when a choir is singing.
To see another side of Tbilisi, one redolent of romance and melancholy, book the fascinating Rooms Hotel Insider's Guide tour.
Boutique hotels are rare in Milan, but the city just gained another with the opening of a stylishly modern concept housed in a neoclassical palazzo.
Discover the multilayered history and artistic traditions of the picturesque pueblos located in northern New Mexico between Santa Fe and Taos.
The new Marrakech airport may be visually striking, but it is a terrible experience for travelers, especially those on domestic flights within Morocco.
Southeastern Morocco has an unusually dense concentration of ruins — crumbling houses and ksour. Many will likely not survive the next 50 years.
Antoni Gaudí may reign supreme as Barcelona’s most famous architect, but the work of his contemporary, Josep Maria Jujol, has begun to be recognized.
If you are planning a visit to Asheville, be sure to tour the town’s crown jewel: the Biltmore Estate, the largest privately owned home in the United States.
Villa Noailles, one of the most important works of modern architecture in France, has gone back to its roots as a showplace for the avant-garde.
It seems only fitting that the birthplace of Brahms and Mendelssohn should have one of the world’s great concert halls: The Elbphilharmonie.
One of the pleasures of Key West is strolling along the streets of Old Town looking at the lovely 19th-century cottages called "conchs."
The Flagler Museum and the Norton Museum of Art greatly added to our visit to Palm Beach. They would provide valuable diversions during bad weather.
Medieval châteaux positively litter the landscape in the Dordogne. We toured three: Château de Beynac, Maison Forte de Reignac and Château de Bonaguil.
Originally a brewery, San Antonio's imposing Hotel Emma, opened in 2015, is a tour de force of imaginative design.
Northern Argentina is renowned for its wine, but the region also has a wealth of archaeological sites. Here, Andrew Harper details two worth visiting.
I especially enjoyed this new work by James Gardner, published in 2015, which examines the history of Buenos Aires through the lens of its architecture.
Belcampo Belize stands near some intriguing and little-known Mayan sites, including Nim Li Punit and Lubaantu.
Some Asian cities have chosen to preserve the buildings erected during their colonial periods.
Salzburg is within roughly an hour’s drive from several additional medieval sites of interest.
The Breton villages we most enjoyed on our trip were Commana, Moncontour and Ploumanac’h.
Housed within two Ottoman mansions, in the ancient city of Acre, The Efendi Hotel has been a labor of love for proprietor Uri Jeremias.
Like Antigua, Granada suffered its share of calamities over the centuries, but in this case, they were mostly man-made.