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A five-story historic hotel in Seville's city center, a 13-room hideaway in the barrio and a rural hacienda — three different hotels in Spain all worth a stay. Read more...

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Hacienda de San Rafael

Corral del Ray is a 13-room hideaway in Seville. The property is comprised of two 17th-century buildings that were former private homes. Read more...

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Feria del Caballo takes place in Jerez, Spain, when thousands gather in the 13-acre Parque González Hontoria to see the finest horses in Andalusia. Read more...

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Sherry, Spain's most underrated import, ranges from light-colored Finos to dark, rich Palo Cortados. Each offers unique characteristics worth exploring. Read more...

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The Victoria and Albert Museum has seen a $195 million renovation that includes a new gallery and courtyard paved with 11,000 porcelain tiles. Read more...

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Hufton + Crow

The city of La Paz is convenient to one of Baja’s star attractions, Isla Espíritu Santo, where one can snorkel with sea lions. Read more...

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Cabo San Lucas is perhaps the least pleasant place in all of Baja, but a sunset cruise and great restaurant make it worthwhile. Read more...

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In the northeast part of San José del Cabo, along Obregón between Guerrero and Hidalgo, art galleries are flourishing. Read more...

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Outside San José del Cabo, Flora’s Field Kitchen and Acre are idyllic organic farm restaurants worth a visit. Read more...

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The 77,000-acre Duba Plains Camp in the Okavango Delta has been entirely rebuilt to evoke the style of a 1920s safari. Read more...

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One of the best places to have a proper vacation is along the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, which has fully recovered after a 2014 hurricane. Read more...

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It doesn’t take long to escape the overdevelopment of Baja. Drivers took us on two excursions, one into the desert and one to a lush oasis. Read more...

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Beyond the crowds in Cabos San Lucas is an almost perfect property in Los Cabos: the new Auberge Chileno Bay Resort. Read more...

In this issue, Andrew Harper travels to Baja to see how the area recovered from Hurricane Odile in 2014, and visits Seville and rural Andalusia in Spain. Read more...

With the passing of chef Alain Senderens, France has lost a wizard of Gallic gastronomy, a genius defined by a playful but deeply considered iconoclasm. Read more...

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