Surprisingly, you'll be able to snag a good deal on rentals in these locales.
How much you'll save by visiting in July: 26%
In Cannes, you'll spend just about $1,147 by visiting in July, compared to $1,541 in May. It's a surprising city to snag a deal: Cannes is known for its glitzy glamour, yachts and the palaces of La Croisette. Your extra savings just means you can spend more at city's luxury boutiques and markets.
London may be known best for its typical British beige classics, like fish and chips served with mushy peas, sausage "bangers" and mash, Sunday roast beef and Yorkshire pudding smothered in gravy. But don't be fooled. The last five years has seen a monumental shift in the way Londoners approach food. Street-food markets have inundated the city and Michelin Stars are no longer mandatory for a mind-blowing meal. As one of the most multicultural cities in the world, London is embracing its unique advantage in the food scene—and it's being more celebrated than ever before. Here, BAZAAR.com brings you 12 ways to eat like a local when dining out in London–just in time for London Fashion Week.
There’s nothing that says confidence more than solo travel. Whether you want to follow every whim without compromising or your friends just don’t have the funds, traveling alone can be fulfilling no matter your main objective: adventure, relaxation or reflection. These eight killer getaways for every kind of traveler (sun-junkie, yoga enthusiast, adrenaline addict and more) should get your wheels turning with some serious bucket list inspo. So start packing your favorite books (ain’t nobody gonna be around to judge you for re-reading The Carrie Diaries), and consider your selfie stick your temporary BFF.
Paris and Rome are classic go-to honeymoon and anniversary destinations, but these spots are equally romantic and a little less cliche. Flip through to see where to whisk away your loved one on your next trip.
SVETI STEFAN, MONTENEGRO
A private island in the middle of the Adriatic Sea? No, we're not talking about Croatia. It's only a matter of time before everyone discovers this small fishing village in Montenegro that Aman Resorts renovated into a five-star hotel back in 2008.
If Marrakech is the Palm Springs of Europe, then Morocco’s Atlantic coast is southern California with a touch of Point Break. Truly, there's something for anyone in search of friendly vibes or Vitamin D — from souks to year-round surf spots to everything in between.
Here, five must-visit destinations — Tangiers, Rabat, Essaouira,Taghazout,and Mirleft — to hit on your next trip to Morocco.