A former travel editor of Departures, Andrew just returned to NYC after 2 years in Rome. He writes on travel, food, culture and fashion for magazines and newspapers; edits and creates branded content.
Thanks in part to PBS’ hit show Poldark, U.S. travelers are discovering the scenic U.K. peninsula where it’s filmed. Head there yourself and you’ll find centuries-old sites commingling with chic new hotels, cultural diversions, and Michelin-starred restaurants.
A Timeline of How Your Stay Has Changed in 200 Years
As I quickly discover on a recent five-night Mediterranean voyage, you don’t just board Regent’s new Seven Seas Explorer — billed as "The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built" — you make an entrance. And, when you do, you feel like you’ve really arrived.
Writer Andrew Sessa cycles (and eats) his way through this spellbinding Italy region some call the next Tuscany. You'll want to follow in his bike tracks.
How to make the perfect ragu, and other learnings from a new Tuscan arrival
A 48-hour, high-calorie quest to sample the best pies in and around Naples.
With sensitivity and style, Tierra Chiloé has put the rugged, unexplored Pacific Coast squarely in the luxury spotlight
The former Puma C.E.O. Jochen Zeitz is dining under the stars at Segera, his 50,000-acre ranch in the middle of central Kenya’s Laikipia Plateau, when he pauses over his steak and squints out into the sprawling savanna. ‘‘Sometimes you think there nothing’s there, but take a minute,’’ he says. ‘‘See how the bush comes to life.’’
New York interior designer Celerie Kemble has recently brought her smart blending of the classic and the contemporary to the Dominican Republic, where she and a score of friends have created a genre-defying beachfront playground in the jungle — Playa Grande Beach Club — with nine enticing gingerbread bungalows offering guests a unique home-away-from-home resort stay.