(Norwegian) A word that sounds like what it is: a very specific kind of rainfall with tiny, almost floating raindrops (or snowflakes) similar to drizzle or mist.
What We’re Eating, Where We’re Going, and What We’re Loving in July
From a special object to a delicious meal, a captivating place to an unforgettable experience — a few things delighting our Departures editors this month.
In the Dream House
Searching for context clues at Wisconsin’s wildest attraction, the House on the Rock.
The Secrets of the Lake
On the dazzling shores of Italy’s Lake Como, a history flows rich with romance and drama.
A first-time visitor to Singapore attempts to sample everything the city has to offer.
A Roman Holiday (for Four)
A traveler considers the timeless pleasures of Italy — and the need to reset expectations when seeing the world with kids in tow.
Worldly Travel, Local Spirit
Find out where to go in Lyon, Washington, D.C., Sydney, and Los Angeles from each city’s resident travel expert: its InterContinental® Hotels and Resorts General Manager.
What We’re Eating, Where We’re Going, and What We’re Loving in June
From a special object to a delicious meal, a captivating place to an unforgettable experience — these are just a few things delighting our Departures editors this month.
Fine Dining Among the Clouds
Singapore Airlines’ new wellness menu takes healthy in-flight dining to new heights.
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A Beloved Landmark Gets a New Life
The Columns Hotel in New Orleans keeps its old soul in a spectacular unveiling.
Back to Life
Food writer, visual artist, and “Salad for President” creator Julia Sherman explores the many culinary pleasures of Mexico City.
At Italy’s Villa Lena, artful living and creative exchange are always on offer.