Fans of San Miguel's colonial architecture, fine restaurants and mild climate will find much to love about Puebla. Founded in 1531, it feels much less touristy.
From coastal roads and charming villages to breathtaking beaches and forested mountains, Calabria has much to offer. Here are our sightseeing recommendations.
Grenada's rock art may not be well-protected or well-maintained, but it's still worth a visit. Here are five sites where you can see ancient petroglyphs.
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.
Paris experts share their favorite neighborhoods and streets to visit in the City of Light and what makes each destination unique.
On a fine warm day in Hamburg, there are two places to be: on a sightseeing cruise or in the Planten un Blomen Park.
Finding kinship with William Wordsworth through a visit to Dove Cottage, in Grasmere, England, where the poet lived for eight years.
Cusco has two primary attractions: Sacsayhuaman and Coricancha. Here's how we managed to see them in solitude.
There are many ways to see Machu Picchu, but the best way is to stay at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, adjacent to the ruins.
One of the pleasures of Key West is strolling along the streets of Old Town looking at the lovely 19th-century cottages called "conchs."
To experience life as a Roman citizen, Mr. Harper chose to stay in the residential neighborhood of Prati, known for its excellent restaurants and wine shops.
Medieval chateaux positively litter the landscape in the Dordogne. We toured three: Chateau de Beynac, Maison Forte de Reignac and Chateau de Bonaguil.
One of the most splendid gardens in France, at Château de Marqueyssac, uses 150,000 century-old boxwoods to create a surreal landscape.
One of the great treasures of southwestern France is its collection of caves decorated with prehistoric paintings and etchings.
Lisbon's many hills have allowed the city to create numerous miradouros, or viewpoints, around its center, which offer stupendous vistas.
Today’s Hong Kong is thrilling and relentless — and there's no shortage of things to do. Here are a few suggestions from Mr. Harper.
Fortifications dot the strategic Burgundian landscape, ranging from well-defended manor houses to romantic castles bristling with mosaic-roofed towers.
Many of the great wineries of the La Rioja region welcome visitors. Here are three of Andrew Harper's favorites from his recent trip to Spain.
Northern Argentina is renowned for its wine, but the region also has a wealth of archaeological sites. Here, Andrew Harper details two worth visiting.
Andrew Harper shares travel photos and favorite trip experiences from a recent snorkeling trip in Hawaii, featured in the June 2016 Hideaway Report.
Laura Tribe, an Andrew Harper Travel Advisor, recently returned from a 10-day Wilderness Safari around Victoria Falls in Zambia and Botswana.
The Italian Lakes lie at the heart of one of the loveliest regions on earth. The three principal Italian lakes, from west to east, are Maggiore, Como and Garda.
If you thought that ice was a fairly straightforward substance, and chiefly of use for cooling a gin and tonic, then Antarctica will be a revelation.
Fourteen miles long and in most places only a few feet deep, Inle is famous for its exquisite scenery and for the colorful Intha people living above the water.
The Shwedagon is one of the most remarkable religious buildings in Asia. Situated on a hilltop in central Yangon, it dominates the city's skyline.
Two popular Banff Canada attractions are located within a block or two of The Rimrock Resort Hotel: the Upper Hot Springs and the Banff Gondola.
The Breton villages we most enjoyed on our trip were Commana, Moncontour and Ploumanac’h.
At the geographic center of Venice, the Rialto is oldest part of the city. Mr. Harper reveals why this sightseeing destination draws him in time and time again.
Read about Andrew Harper's indelible memories from a year in travel.
As much as I enjoy pounding the city streets, ducking into intriguing shops and discovering new restaurants, I also welcome the occasional respite.