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  • What's New in Germany, Hungary, and Austria for 2013

    Three countries with a rich heritage -- Germany, Hungary, and Austria -- each have a constantly evolving sightseeing scene. Here's the latest:
  • Alsace: Europe's cultural hybrid

    Alsace: Europe's cultural hybrid
    Alsace is France with a German accent. Its unique mix of cultures offers enchanting cobbled villages, scenic vineyards, gourmet cuisine and art that is as vibrant as the medieval day it was painted. Standing like a flower-child referee between France and...

    Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris

    Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris
    France's bustling, modern Reims greets travelers with cellar doors wide open. As the capital of the Champagne region, it features a lively center, a historic cathedral, and, of course, Champagne tasting. And thanks to France's slick, high-speed rail, it's...

    Nice alternatives to some well-trodden tourist spots

    Nice alternatives to some well-trodden tourist spots
    For decades, visits to New York City have meant Broadway shows, Fifth Avenue shopping and slack-jawed stops at Times Square and the Statue of Liberty. Those experiences will always remain quintessential New York, but for the last year the city's tourism...

    MARIO BATALI: The proper way to brine

    MARIO BATALI: The proper way to brine
    Q: What's the best way to cook a thick pork chop? A: Iron Chef Michael Symon and I differ on this point, but I think the answer's clear: Brine, and then cook slowly. Brining was originally used as a means of preserving meats and other perishables. Since...