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.


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One Hour at the Musée de la BnF, Paris

In this series, we are traveling the world's greatest museums through the eyes and minds of Cabana's curators, asking: if you only had an hour, what would you see? This week, Laura Kugel is at the Musée de la BnF, Paris.

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A Weekend in Puglia

Food and travel writer, Anastasia Miari, travels through charming Puglia, sharing her favorite places to eat fresh local pasta, enjoy gelato with a breathtaking view, and shop the southern Italian region's distinctive ceramics.

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Postcard from Cap Ferret

A slender spit of land where the Bassin D’Arcachon trickles in and out, the Atlantic roars to the delight of surfers and time is dictated by your appetite, Cap Ferret is a charming French headland with oysters aplenty. Kate Lough explores.

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A Weekend in Maine

Maine-based photographer and antique dealer, Ari Kellerman, shares insider’s tips for a memorable weekend in the New England haven, including house museums, antique hunting and a look around her 1740s Colonial home.

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One Hour at the Getty Villa, Malibu

In this series, we travel the world's greatest museums and galleries through the eyes and minds of Cabana Curators, asking just one question: if you only had an hour to spare, what would you see? This week, historic collections researcher, Mila Wolpert, is at The Getty Villa in Malibu, California. 

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Postcard from A Provençal Road Trip with Martina Mondadori

Cabana founder and Editor-in-Chief Martina Mondadori shares highlights from a recent trip to Provence, spent exploring brocantes, beautiful houses and charming towns. 

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A Weekend in Venice

A city of pleasures and historic treasures, Venice is endlessly enchanting and, naturally, one of Cabana's all-time favorite destinations. As the city celebrates the 60th edition of the Venice Art Biennale The Editors of Cabana and members of the Big Cabana Family share an insider's guide to 'La Serenissima'.

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Postcard from Ponza

Forging a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea, Ponza's steep coastline has been chiselled into a lightning bolt. But this is the most dramatic thing about the tiny island, where days are spent exploring sapphire coves by traditional Ponzese fishing boats and enjoying sun-soaked aperitivo in its half-moon harbour. Kate Lough explores, and is hooked. 

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A Weekend in Lisbon

As one of the oldest cities in Europe, Lisbon’s hills shelter layers of history and cultural contact, making it architecturally diverse and endlessly intriguing to explore. Art historian and travel writer, Hannah Kroes, shares her best recommendations for art and design lovers travelling to Lisbon.

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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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