From the beach to the historic city center, these are our favorite new properties in Dubrovnik -- along with a longtime recommend that gets downgraded.
When an unexpected circumstance forces you to diverge from your itinerary, welcome the change of plans. This is how some of the best travel memories are made.
With its impeccable seafood and world-class wines, Dubrovnik boasts an impressive culinary scene -- and it just earned its first Michelin star to show for it.
Guidebooks all recommend taking the cable car to the top of Mount Srd and walking down. Despite the tourists, this is a lovely way to spend the afternoon.
A local-led private cooking class is the best way to become acquainted with regional cuisine, and even better when enjoyed with a view of the sea.
Travelers to Split, Croatia, could be forgiven for never leaving the old center, but art lovers should visit Mestrovic Gallery.
I highly recommend trying some of Croatia's inviting wine bars. I found five immensely enjoyable ones along the Dalmatian Coast.
Lake Como has no lack of glamorous properties, but now the town of Como itself has a new hotel that may prove worthy of its glorious setting.
We traversed the coast of Croatia, visiting four different wineries and discovering the immense potential of the country's diverse terroirs.
Croatia's coast is home to well-preserved medieval towns, Roman ruins and stunning views. Follow our editor's lead to discover the region's best accommodations.
Croatia has developed a well-respected culinary scene to match its world-class wines. We recommend dining at these seven Dalmatian Coast restaurants.
Our editor traveled along the Croatian coast, from Split to Dubrovnik, staying in comfort the whole way. He discovered three new hotels.
The July 2018 Hideaway Report sees us hotel hopping from the gorgeous coastline of Croatia to a vast track of wilderness in New Mexico.