36 Hours

Few places conjure Mexico City’s mix of vibrant style, outstanding gastronomy, rich history and bustling street life. Post-pandemic, that blend has gone into overdrive, with new museums featuring the sweep of Mexican art, a panoply of restaurants and bars, and an expanding fashion scene that embraces traditional craft. You can shop for leather bags and ponchos, sample local craft beers and join jazz fans for a concert in a cozy club. Amid the buzz, it’s also worth seeking out the secrets of the Historic Center, where travelers can discover hidden murals, explore an ancient market’s warrens and immerse themselves in the city’s layers and incongruities.
New York City: From a subterranean piano bar to a hidden garden to a glamorous night out in Midtown (yes, Midtown), our guide will bring you a little closer to feeling the gestalt of the city.
Barcelona: The Catalan capital’s fight against overtourism has led to more regulations and restrictions. New bike lanes, pedestrian playgrounds and less crowded markets are among the benefits.
Savannah: There is more to Savannah than its alluring green spaces and centuries-old Colonial, Georgian and Greek Revival architecture. This itinerary will help you fall in love with the city.
Sydney: Sydney, where the intersection of city and nature is magic, was closed to tourists for nearly two years — it’s time to get properly reacquainted.
Stockholm: ​​​​The long days of summer are over, but autumn is when the Swedish capital peaks. You can wander peaceful wooded trails, try ice cream in Nordic flavors and dance into the night at a 19th-century villa.
Milan: ​​There is an optimistic energy on the streets of this stylish Italian city, where new cultural projects are reviving defunct industrial spaces and a diverse culinary scene is blossoming.


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