A decade ago I was told I could skip Adelaide and its environs. Turns out, it’s very much a must-visit.
William O’Connor is a former Travel Editor for The Daily Beast. He graduated from Georgetown University and also writes about books and art. Follow him on Instagram at @woconnor11.
It may be Australia’s capital city but Canberra’s many tourist attractions, as well as its superior food and wine scene, remain something of a hidden treasure.
I swam at beaches of sparkling white sand where wild kangaroos can be your only company, soared above rainbow-hued lakes, dove into unfamiliar history, and devoured delicious food.
Florida’s northernmost metropolis is also one of its most southern cities, which sounds contradictory. But then, Jacksonville abounds in delightful contradictions.
Nice may be popular with travelers of all types nowadays, but the restored Anantara Plaza Nice Hotel shows you what all the fuss was once about.
A historic home in upscale Polanco has been turned into the city’s hottest new hotel.
Whether it’s the chefs working with a fancy business class-only airline or the city’s hottest new museum, everybody here looks to the past.
It has envy-inducing views of Manhattan, an over-the-top bar, and a vision for what people want right now for luxury.
It was a mansion that papers claimed outshone that of the Vanderbilts, but its owner faced ruin before it was even finished.
Nicknamed the southernmost Scandinavian city, Hamburg is a port city and a business hub, but that doesn’t mean that there’s not a lot to see and do there.