Built by monks at the height of the German region’s 18th-century wealth, these flamboyant and colorful libraries are more than meets the eye.
William O’Connor is the Travel Editor for The Daily Beast, running Daily Beast Travel. He graduated from Georgetown University and also writes about books and art. Follow him on Instagram at @woconnor11.
Forget hedonistic Berlin or tourist-heavy Munich. Southwest Germany is stocked with palaces, charming villages, churches, and fascinating museums.
The 16th arrondissement in Paris isn’t exactly its liveliest, but a new hotel from one of the world’s top designers is certainly adding a new element of cool.
While some have teased that the already-iconic building resembles a prison, all find themselves wowed by its interior.
It opened with a series of bangs, but the beautiful new hotel in the Edition group faces a competitive field.
In the 16th and 17th century arms race for baubles, there was one clear winner—Saxony. Recently robbed, its stockpile was the most magnificent. And it was open to the public.
Turquoise lakes, chalets, vineyards, and mountain hikes make this overlooked gem a must-see.
A new hotel right in hip Kreuzberg seems particularly out of place. But sometimes that's just what you need after a night out in this nightlife capital.
This month’s dive into one of the world’s most awe-inducing spaces focuses on a jewel of library architecture in Brazil built by immigrants bent on promoting their mother country
A sparkling white dune field in the United States where I could camp overnight and bring my dog? Perfect!