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Travel the world the Cabana way. Here you’ll find iconic, off-the-beaten-track and Cabana-favorite destinations, along with insider's travel tips, highly curated museum guides and Cabana's go-to addresses around the globe.

MILAN CITY GUIDE

In partnership with Ralph Lauren

Read on to discover Cabana’s Milan, from the 2024 edition of our much-loved Milan City Guide, produced in partnership with Ralph Lauren, to insider tips, Big Cabana Family recommendations and coffee table books.

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My Milan with Britt Moran & Emiliano Salci

As they prepare to unveil much-anticipated installations at Salone Del Mobile 2024, Dimore Studio founders and close friends of Cabana, Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, share their favorite places and spaces in their hometown of Milan.

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A Weekend in Barcelona

Sitting between the sea and the mountains, Barcelona expresses its vibrant nature through unique architecture, culture and gastronomy. The Spanish city, both lively and historical, inspired Gabriel Garcia Marquez to describe it as “a mythical memory” and many will find this to be true today. Rebeca Vaisman shares an insider's guide.

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My (Upstate) New York by Deborah Needleman

Following years in New York at the top of the magazine trade, Deborah Needleman left press days and subways in Manhattan and moved upstate to the picturesque Hudson Valley. She shares her favorite places and spaces in Upstate New York, including one of the most delicious restaurants in America.

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A Weekend in Berlin

Berlin's streets carry the echoes of resilience and renewal, from the remnants of the Berlin Wall to the iconic Brandenburg Gate, while its museums and galleries are abundant. Berlin-based curator, Vanessa Boni, shares tips for art and design lovers planning a trip to the German capital.

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A Weekend in Rhode Island

America's smallest state, Rhode Island, presents travelers with myriad opportunities to immerse themselves in great art and design, showcasing some of the nation's most celebrated museums, antiquing experiences and pristine natural landscapes, finds Cabana's insider, Ari Kellerman.

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Checking-in to: Casa Howard Firenze

Sophie Goodwin checks into Bonifacio Leonardi di Casalino’s elegantly eccentric Florentine hideaway, Casa Howard, a true labour of love within the walls of an 18th century palazzo.

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A Weekend in Maastricht

As fine art dealers and buyers head to the Netherlands for the 37th edition of TEFAF Maastricht, director of TEFAF Maastricht, Manon van den Beuken, and Netherlands-based writer, Emma Becque, share exclusive tips on where to eat, sleep, shop and visit during a trip to the delightful Dutch city.

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City of Dreams: Umbria's La Scarzuola

City of Dreams: Umbria's La Scarzuola

I first encountered Tomaso Buzzi’s name during a trip with friends. They had kindly invited me to spend a long weekend to discover a magical, esoteric, and enchanted place called La Scarzuola. Tomaso began working on it in the ’50s, but never quite finished it.

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A Weekend in St. Moritz

As the art and design world descends on St Moritz for the annual NOMAD fair - where Cabana is preparing to unveil an installation - our insiders reveal their favorite places to stay, shop, eat and soak up culture in the glamorous Swiss resort. 

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Places & Spaces: Rajasthan's Fresco-filled Havelis

Jaipur is famed for its colorful gems, block printed fabrics and crowded, treasure-filled bazaars, but wander off the beaten track, just over 150 miles from The Pink City, and you'll find a rich, rare nucleus of historic havelis. Rosanna Falconer visits one and explores the history, and future, of these heritage buildings. 

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Places & Spaces: Germany's Fairytale Fachwerk Houses

Stepping into one of Germany's old fachwerk buildings is like travelling through time. These structures, which have not changed for hundreds of years, stimulate all your senses, from the creaking of floorboards underfoot, to the smell of the timber, finds Marta Heine-Geldern as she journey's through architectural history. 

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A Weekend in Rome

A beautiful tableau of visible history where nearly 3000 years of culture and commerce overlap on the streets, in Rome, every day is a story waiting to happen, writes Erica Firpo. The Italian-American writer, who has called the city home for the last two decades, shares her insider tips with Cabana.

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A Weekend in Antwerp

A compact cultural hub that's home to masters of design, including Axel Vervoordt and Dries van Noten, Antwerp's charms are endless. Athena de Belder and Emma Becque share insider's tips for a memorable weekend in a Belgian gem.  

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Postcard from Baalbek

A "harebrained" decision to drive to Baalbek, a Lebanese city near the Syrian border, led Chris Wallace to discover the best-preserved Roman ruin-complex outside of Italy.

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A Weekend in Palermo

Palermo is an enchanting city where diverse forms of art seamlessly converge, so it's no coincidence that Goethe regarded it as "the most beautiful place in the world". Fabrizia Caracciolo shares her favorite places to stay, eat and shop.  

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Peruvian Treasures: Inside a Remarkable House Museum in Lima

Rebeca Vaisman visits an extraordinary house museum in Lima, founded almost 100 years ago through the vision and passion of one man: Rafael Larco Hoyle.

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