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Ideal Sunday views as seen from The Ocean Club: a Bahamian retreat on Harbour Island that perfectly personifies old-fashioned Caribbean charm. : @hcharnockbates
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Ideal Sunday views as seen from The Ocean Club: a Bahamian retreat on Harbour Island that perfectly personifies old-fashioned Caribbean charm. : @hcharnockbates

San Francisco is a small city, which might surprise. Tech money may be gentrifying much of this former nexus of counter-culture, but SF remains an incubator of innovation—and not just in the city's start-up offices. California Cuisine was born in the Bay Area, after all; and the world-class museums and cultural institutions rival any on the planet — remarkable for a city of fewer than a million people. The adventurous spirit that made San Francisco what it is today thrives in the new restaurants, cafes, shops and galleries sprinkled throughout what is, arguably, the most beautiful city in the U.S. Going soon? Consult our complete guide to the City by the Bay—link in bio. : @girlgoneabroad
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San Francisco is a small city, which might surprise. Tech money may be gentrifying much of this former nexus of counter-culture, but SF remains an incubator of innovation—and not just in the city's start-up offices. California Cuisine was born in the

It is almost impossible to separate Marrakech’s modern history from La Mamounia. Turned into a hotel in the early 1900s and owned in part by the royal family, everyone from FDR to Churchill stayed here. This hotel is so synonymous with Marrakech, that its myths and legends are intrinsic to the city's glamorous bohemian history. Read our full review for the grand dame of Morocco at the link in bio. : @sliceofpai
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It is almost impossible to separate Marrakech’s modern history from La Mamounia. Turned into a hotel in the early 1900s and owned in part by the royal family, everyone from FDR to Churchill stayed here. This hotel is so synonymous with Marrakech, tha

Over the past few days, alarming photos have spread across social media, showing parts of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest—the world’s largest—on fire. Amidst conflicting reports of the fires’ causes, many are wondering: what’s really happening? For starters, yes—the Amazon is on fire. And it has been for a while. To find out what you can do to help, look at our Instagram stories, or click the link in bio. : @sincerelyjules
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Over the past few days, alarming photos have spread across social media, showing parts of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest—the world’s largest—on fire. Amidst conflicting reports of the fires’ causes, many are wondering: what’s really happening? For starte

“Life is a journey, not a destination.” And there’s no better reminder of this than train travel.  The Rovos Rail has the most luxurious trains in the world that travel through the heart of Africa. These beautiful, signature cream-and-green trains wind through 2- and 15-day safari-studded itineraries between Pretoria and Cape Town, South Africa, and between Pretoria and Swakopmund, Namibia, and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. : @stacieflinner
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“Life is a journey, not a destination.” And there’s no better reminder of this than train travel. The Rovos Rail has the most luxurious trains in the world that travel through the heart of Africa. These beautiful, signature cream-and-green trains wi

Shockingly, Palawan remains steadily under the radar, even though it continues to rank highly in our Readers' Choice Awards. El Nido alone is home to around 50 white sand beaches—it’s impossible to choose just one—all of which are set around dramatic limestone formations and have the finest and whitest sand you’ll ever see. The water is so blindingly blue it makes the Caribbean Sea look murky in comparison. And the sunsets? Well, they’ll ruin you for life. Consider yourself warned.
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Shockingly, Palawan remains steadily under the radar, even though it continues to rank highly in our Readers' Choice Awards. El Nido alone is home to around 50 white sand beaches—it’s impossible to choose just one—all of which are set around dramatic

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Tokyo at night.  Deciding what to do and see in this city depends on how much time you have—and for your sake, we hope you have a month; there's just so much. While the city’s streets at rush hour can feel like a video game, calmer attractions abound, from temples to contemporary museums, charmed gardens, river cruises, and bohemian sojourns. Tokyo has more than enough oddities (owl café, anyone?) to put you in a tizzy, so a few words of advice: Arrive with a game plan. We've shared our list of the best things to do in Tokyo (link in bio) to get you started. : @lielaine
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Tokyo at night. Deciding what to do and see in this city depends on how much time you have—and for your sake, we hope you have a month; there's just so much. While the city’s streets at rush hour can feel like a video game, calmer attractions abound

The setting at Belmond La Residencia cannot be beat—from the beautiful mountain and sea views (the best among them from the pools and tennis courts) to the nearby rocky beaches. Stay in a room in one of the two manor houses overlooking beautiful, cantilevered landscaping, and explore the hotel's art gallery and sculpture garden, full of nods to Deià's artistic heritage. Who's adding a stay at this dreamy spot to their Mallorca itinerary?  : @lienverwimp
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The setting at Belmond La Residencia cannot be beat—from the beautiful mountain and sea views (the best among them from the pools and tennis courts) to the nearby rocky beaches. Stay in a room in one of the two manor houses overlooking beautiful, can

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Istria has long been celebrated as a place of epicurean wonders, but in many ways still feels like a secret. While Dubrovnik, 400 miles down the coast, is suffering from overtourism (thanks, Game of Thrones), Istria gives visitors that Mediterranean dolce vita without the crowds. And when summer’s in full swing, generations of vacationers hear the siren song of coastal Rovinj (pictured here), less than an hour’s drive south on the Istrian peninsula. Learn more about the place with Medieval fortresses, stunning vineyards, and some of the best sunsets in the world at the link in bio.
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Istria has long been celebrated as a place of epicurean wonders, but in many ways still feels like a secret. While Dubrovnik, 400 miles down the coast, is suffering from overtourism (thanks, Game of Thrones), Istria gives visitors that Mediterranean

Welcome to the newest edition of Condé Nast Traveler, in which we explore the definition of what it means to be a traveler today. Globalization, immigration, and technology have removed obstacles and expanded our wanderlust, pushing us farther, and making us increasingly hungry for novelty and wilder frontiers. Now, with much of the world reachable, we have begun to turn our journeys inward to become more meaningful explorers and find a more profound connection with our planet. Meet the New Nomad. To get your copy of the September/October issue, subscribe at the link in bio. : @frauki
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Welcome to the newest edition of Condé Nast Traveler, in which we explore the definition of what it means to be a traveler today. Globalization, immigration, and technology have removed obstacles and expanded our wanderlust, pushing us farther, and m

A book lover's paradise.  Tag a friend who could spend hours here—then head to the link in bio, where we've rounded up 20 of the most beautiful libraries in the world. Think soaring architecture, bountiful gardens and interiors featuring designs like frescoed ceilings or walls made entirely of glass (and that's nothing compared to the millions of books housed within their walls).
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A book lover's paradise. Tag a friend who could spend hours here—then head to the link in bio, where we've rounded up 20 of the most beautiful libraries in the world. Think soaring architecture, bountiful gardens and interiors featuring designs like

Set deep in the Indian Ocean and just an inter-island plane trip (plus a short boat ride) brings you here: A dreamy combination of on-land and over-water villas constructed of sustainable materials and set around the palm-fringed paradise. Monday blues? Not here. : @alexpreview
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Set deep in the Indian Ocean and just an inter-island plane trip (plus a short boat ride) brings you here: A dreamy combination of on-land and over-water villas constructed of sustainable materials and set around the palm-fringed paradise. Monday blu

It's been centuries since this gorgeous tumble of ancient and Renaissance buildings ruled the world, but Rome still captivates in a way few cities elsewhere can. Today, we come here as much for the cacio pepe in Testaccio and to wander the lanes of Monti, as we do the Pantheon which is as impressive on your first visit as it is your 30th. 🇮🇹 : @italysegreta
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It's been centuries since this gorgeous tumble of ancient and Renaissance buildings ruled the world, but Rome still captivates in a way few cities elsewhere can. Today, we come here as much for the cacio pepe in Testaccio and to wander the lanes of M

...what’s exciting about Budapest today is seeing the time-tested charms of the city showing up in fresh guises as a new generation carries forward the city’s penchant for hedonism. Despite its myriad problems, 'Budapest still feels the thrill of being liberated,' notes András Török, a literary editor and author of an erudite guide to the city. 'It’s like a big spring that has been pushed down for a long time, and now released. It has infinite energies, and newer and newer generations of young people, who believe in the future of this place.' More from writer @andrasszanto on why Budapest is Europe's unlikely capital of hedonism—link in bio. : @joethommas
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"...what’s exciting about Budapest today is seeing the time-tested charms of the city showing up in fresh guises as a new generation carries forward the city’s penchant for hedonism. Despite its myriad problems, 'Budapest still feels the thrill of be

Greece has more than 6,000 islands and islets, so it's no surprise that there's a little something for everyone, whether you're looking for culture and nightlife, fresh seafood, some of the best beaches in the world, or beautiful, medieval architecture, like that found in Chios. Explore 15 more reasons to visit the Greek Islands at the link in bio (as if you need any more convincing). : @sezgiolgac
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Greece has more than 6,000 islands and islets, so it's no surprise that there's a little something for everyone, whether you're looking for culture and nightlife, fresh seafood, some of the best beaches in the world, or beautiful, medieval architectu

Are you more of a lie-on-a-white-sand-beach kind of traveler, or someone who wants to hike and dive in the same day? Do you travel for food, to shop, or to just escape the crowds? Think about your preferences, and then think of us as your matchmakers: With our guide, we'll help you choose the perfect Caribbean island for your next vacation (and the one after). Find it at the link in bio. : @jeremyaustiin
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Are you more of a lie-on-a-white-sand-beach kind of traveler, or someone who wants to hike and dive in the same day? Do you travel for food, to shop, or to just escape the crowds? Think about your preferences, and then think of us as your matchmakers

We love Rome, Milan, and Florence as much as the next traveler, but nothing compares to the natural beauty of Italy's coastal towns. Home to Mediterranean views, pristine beaches, excellent seafood, and well-preserved architecture, these pockets of beauty are well-worth a stop on your next trip. From Manarola to Ravello, get ready to trade city life for coastal charm—link in bio. Warning: You may never want to come back. : @travel_a_little_luxe
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We love Rome, Milan, and Florence as much as the next traveler, but nothing compares to the natural beauty of Italy's coastal towns. Home to Mediterranean views, pristine beaches, excellent seafood, and well-preserved architecture, these pockets of b

With ancient temples, tea plantations, trendy neighborhoods, and more than 3,000 offshore islands to explore, South Korea should be on everyone's travel bucket list. Need more convincing? Tap the link in bio to see more of the country's most beautiful sites, just waiting to welcome you.
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With ancient temples, tea plantations, trendy neighborhoods, and more than 3,000 offshore islands to explore, South Korea should be on everyone's travel bucket list. Need more convincing? Tap the link in bio to see more of the country's most beautifu

Nowhere on the planet offers the same combination of surfing, spirituality and sun-kissed sybaritic pleasure as Bali. On the Island of the Gods, fresh ideas arrive like waves, creating a glorious cocktail of cultures and influences. A stay here might mean tropical brutalism of The Slow in Canggu or mod-Balinese bamboo pods at Ubud’s Bambu Indah. It might mean kicking back with Canggu’s clean-living nomads, Seminyak’s style-conscious surfers, or Ubud’s smart crowd, who eat at Noma-ish Locavore and roll their eyes at the mention of Eat, Pray, Love. Either way, everyone and everything is welcome. Whatever it is you're looking for, find it in our complete Bali travel guide—link in bio. : @lilyrose
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Nowhere on the planet offers the same combination of surfing, spirituality and sun-kissed sybaritic pleasure as Bali. On the Island of the Gods, fresh ideas arrive like waves, creating a glorious cocktail of cultures and influences. A stay here might

St. Barts is blessed with 14 superb beaches—each with its own distinct character. The island is so small you could easily pack in a visit to two or more in a single day. Whatever your party beach style, St. Barts has it, but if you're looking for a complete change of scene, Shellona, on quiet Shell Beach just south of Gustavia, is a laid-back Greek restaurant helmed by chef Yiannis Kioroglou (open 10 a.m. to sunset)—and it's one of the nicest of ways to end a long day in the sun. Ready to hop on a plane? We planned your perfect (long) weekend in St. Barts at the link in bio. : @lauraitzkowitz
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St. Barts is blessed with 14 superb beaches—each with its own distinct character. The island is so small you could easily pack in a visit to two or more in a single day. Whatever your party beach style, St. Barts has it, but if you're looking for a c

No road trip in America is more visually mind-blowing than a tour of the Mighty Five—the tight cluster of national parks in Utah that include Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands. Whether you start in Salt Lake City and work your way South, or head east from Las Vegas, it CAN be done in three days, but most people take seven, or even fourteen if they’re really going for it. Most of your time should and will be spent knocking around the Mars-like formations of red rocks, jutting needle spires, and sheer drops to the Colorado River, but in true American road-trip fashion, there’s some pitstops worth making along the way. We gathered up everything you should know at the link in bio. : @reneeroaming
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No road trip in America is more visually mind-blowing than a tour of the Mighty Five—the tight cluster of national parks in Utah that include Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands. Whether you start in Salt Lake City and work your

A real-life jewel in Lake Pichola, this eighteenth-century palace is a sweep of courtyards, corridors, and pavilions inlaid with stone, gilt molding, and mirrors. You reach the four-acre man-made island by private boat and are taken to rooms with hand-painted motifs, mosaics, silk bolsters, swings, and stained glass. The pool shimmers in the morning sun, overlooks Lake Pichola and smells like jasmine. It’s certainly one of the most epic I’ve ever swam in. Words + : @postcardsfromcate
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A real-life jewel in Lake Pichola, this eighteenth-century palace is a sweep of courtyards, corridors, and pavilions inlaid with stone, gilt molding, and mirrors. You reach the four-acre man-made island by private boat and are taken to rooms with han

Ah, Charleston, where Lowcountry meets high charm. People gravitate to this city for a lot of reasons: its buzzing restaurants and bars, eclectic art and style scenes, its utter curb appeal, proximity to the water, its rich history, its southern charm. Everywhere you look, the city has a gorgeous mansion or cobblestone street—who would you want to explore it with? Spanning old, new, buzzing, and surprising, we've gathered up the essential stops you and your travel partners should hit at the link in bio.
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Ah, Charleston, where Lowcountry meets high charm. People gravitate to this city for a lot of reasons: its buzzing restaurants and bars, eclectic art and style scenes, its utter curb appeal, proximity to the water, its rich history, its southern char

There is enough to see, do, eat, and experience in Paris to span a lifetime. But if you’ve got the itch to explore what lays beyond Parisian borders, there are day trips (or weekend getaways) worth your limited time, like Versailles: the mind-blowing historic marvel that's one of France's most opulent jewels. Tap the link in bio to find our guide on what to see, eat, and do in Versailles, and 4 other weekend trips you should 100 percent take. : @louisaws
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There is enough to see, do, eat, and experience in Paris to span a lifetime. But if you’ve got the itch to explore what lays beyond Parisian borders, there are day trips (or weekend getaways) worth your limited time, like Versailles: the mind-blowing

With nearly 5,000 miles of coastline—more than 1,000 of which borders the Mediterranean—and more than 60 islands, Spain has no shortage of beautiful by-the-water sites. And while we love Spain's beaches and national parks, there's something extra special about the mix of ancient port cities and resort towns dotting the country's perimeter. Chalk it up to a mixture of culture and natural beauty: the food of San Sebastián, the art of Málaga, the marbled walkways of Alicante. Find our picks for the 10 best coastal towns in Spain at the link in bio. : @bmseventh
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With nearly 5,000 miles of coastline—more than 1,000 of which borders the Mediterranean—and more than 60 islands, Spain has no shortage of beautiful by-the-water sites. And while we love Spain's beaches and national parks, there's something extra spe

It's easy to see why our readers have voted Kyoto one of the best cities in the world. Formerly Japan's capital for over 1,000 years, the city of 1.5 million is packed with fragments of the past, from a still-operating geisha district to some 1,600 ancient temples. The nature there is also unparalleled, regardless of the season: canopies of cherry blossoms in spring, verdant gardens and bamboo groves in summer, backdrops of kaleidoscopic trees in autumn, and silent dustings of snow in winter. Tap the link in bio to peek through a gallery of photos showing off the beauty of Kyoto.
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It's easy to see why our readers have voted Kyoto one of the best cities in the world. Formerly Japan's capital for over 1,000 years, the city of 1.5 million is packed with fragments of the past, from a still-operating geisha district to some 1,600 a

A magical morning in Mumbai at the Taj Mahal Palace.  When your taxi pulls up through the throngs of families and tourists who choke the roads near the Gateway to India arch and you’re ceremoniously welcomed by doormen in traditional silk kurtas, you have that pinch-me feeling of Wow, I’m really staying here? Tap the link in bio to read our full review of the beautiful 1903, grey-and-white stone, red-domed wedding cake of a building that stands sentry over Mumbai’s harbor.
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A magical morning in Mumbai at the Taj Mahal Palace. When your taxi pulls up through the throngs of families and tourists who choke the roads near the Gateway to India arch and you’re ceremoniously welcomed by doormen in traditional silk kurtas, you

Built right into a cliff face on Italy’s Mount Baldo, the Santuario Madonna della Corona looks as though its nearly suspended in mid-air. The once-hazardous mountain path to this chapel has been modernized, and you can still visit the church (if you're feeling bold). : @chrisroams
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Built right into a cliff face on Italy’s Mount Baldo, the Santuario Madonna della Corona looks as though its nearly suspended in mid-air. The once-hazardous mountain path to this chapel has been modernized, and you can still visit the church (if you'

While we love Paris for its world-class restaurants, cafés and museums, there's plenty more to see in France than just the capital. The country's towns and villages have beauty to rival any major city in the world, with hilltop views, flower-lined canals, and pastel buildings pulled straight from the pages of a storybook. From wine country to the Alps, we rounded up 17 of the most beautiful small towns in France at the link in bio.
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While we love Paris for its world-class restaurants, cafés and museums, there's plenty more to see in France than just the capital. The country's towns and villages have beauty to rival any major city in the world, with hilltop views, flower-lined ca

Weekend mood.  A chain of 26 atolls and over 1,000 islands in the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Maldives is one of the most sought-after tropical destinations in the world. With world-renowned diving sites and resorts that are the definition of luxury, the country offers the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. Add to that a true left-the-real-world-behind feeling, and you have yourself the vacation dreams are made of. : @seefromthesky
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Weekend mood. A chain of 26 atolls and over 1,000 islands in the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Maldives is one of the most sought-after tropical destinations in the world. With world-renowned diving sites and resorts that are the definition of luxur

Europe is known for its busy, culture-driven cities like Rome and Paris. But between all the landmarks and selfie-taking tourists, you'll find literally hundreds of charming little towns with populations smaller than the line for the Eiffel Tower. Whether it's a lakeside hamlet in Austria or an eerily beautiful village in Romania, these storybook towns are the stuff European vacations dream about. We've rounded up some of our favorites at the link in bio. : @scwilder
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Europe is known for its busy, culture-driven cities like Rome and Paris. But between all the landmarks and selfie-taking tourists, you'll find literally hundreds of charming little towns with populations smaller than the line for the Eiffel Tower. Wh

Out of office.  Nothing beats an island beach, so we gathered twenty-four of the best for you at the link in bio, from Puerto Rico to Thailand, Anguilla to South Carolina. : @bmseventh
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Out of office. Nothing beats an island beach, so we gathered twenty-four of the best for you at the link in bio, from Puerto Rico to Thailand, Anguilla to South Carolina. : @bmseventh

Denmark’s capital is filled with as much to see and do as there is to eat and drink—no room for boredom. Whether you’ve spent months designing a carefully crafted itinerary or just arrived on an impromptu trip, you’ll find plenty to convince you to stay in Copenhagen just a little longer. From immersive, local-led bike tours to lush urban gardens and even floating hot tubs that sail the city's famed canals, there's no shortage of entertainment in here. We did the hard part for you, and crafted a list of our favorite things to do in the capital. Whether you want to spend all day outside, or cozy up indoors, tap the link in bio for our picks on what to do the next time you're in Copenhagen.
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Denmark’s capital is filled with as much to see and do as there is to eat and drink—no room for boredom. Whether you’ve spent months designing a carefully crafted itinerary or just arrived on an impromptu trip, you’ll find plenty to convince you to s

A base for exploring with the Explora Patagonia program, this all-inclusive is the only lodge in Torres del Paine National Park, offering more than 35 different excursions (one of which is to be a gaucho for the day). And the views from the rooms? Unforgettable. : @sarahirenemurphy
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A base for exploring with the Explora Patagonia program, this all-inclusive is the only lodge in Torres del Paine National Park, offering more than 35 different excursions (one of which is to be a gaucho for the day). And the views from the rooms? Un

Now that's a tea party.  Afternoon tea at my favourite train station. How pretty is this travel-inspired afternoon tea served in a suitcase! Among the hustle and bustle of the busy St Pancras station, @searcystpancras is a lovely place to relax with a cup of tea and to watch the world go by. Words + : @elensham
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Now that's a tea party. "Afternoon tea at my favourite train station. How pretty is this travel-inspired afternoon tea served in a suitcase! Among the hustle and bustle of the busy St Pancras station, @searcystpancras is a lovely place to relax with

Oaxaca: home to more indigenous cultures than any other part of Mexico, shining through in its rich mix of food, rituals, artisanal traditions, and languages spoken. It is also one of the destinations on our next @womenwhotravel trip in September! Tune into our Instagram stories right now for a little taste of what's in store from @elcaminotravel's founder, @theyoufinder, who will be joining the first trip. Want to come with? We have just a couple spots left—grab yours at the link in bio. : @gentlandhyers
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Oaxaca: home to more indigenous cultures than any other part of Mexico, shining through in its rich mix of food, rituals, artisanal traditions, and languages spoken. It is also one of the destinations on our next @womenwhotravel trip in September! Tu

Some say that Nice is the French Riviera at its best. Walking around Vieux Nice, the old city, is one of our favorite ways to experience it all: Clock the colorful range of yellow, red, and ocher facades; the abundance of flower and antiques shops. If you've already been-there-done-that, you're in luck, because we've rounded up seven other must-see spots that take the Côte d'Azur to the next level. Add them all onto your next trip at the link in bio.
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Some say that Nice is the French Riviera at its best. Walking around "Vieux Nice," the old city, is one of our favorite ways to experience it all: Clock the colorful range of yellow, red, and ocher facades; the abundance of flower and antiques shops.

Hotel Esencia is super-chic, seductive, and magical. Just 30 minutes from hip Tulum, this former villa of an Italian duchess is like your private jungle getaway. Read more about why this spot made it on our 2019 Gold List at the link in bio.  : @inbedwith.me
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Hotel Esencia is super-chic, seductive, and magical. Just 30 minutes from hip Tulum, this former villa of an Italian duchess is like your private jungle getaway. Read more about why this spot made it on our 2019 Gold List at the link in bio. : @inbe

The perfect view for a snooze. The Swiss Alps may be an unexpected summer destination, but with their winter shenanigans put on ice, they quietly become wild and rather wonderful. #roomwithaview
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The perfect view for a snooze. The Swiss Alps may be an unexpected summer destination, but with their winter shenanigans put on ice, they quietly become wild and rather wonderful. #roomwithaview : @philngyn

Road trip, anyone? Portugal’s Algarve Region along the southern coast is best seen by car: There are more than 150 beaches, for starters. You'll pass dramatic cliffs, turquoise waters, small (cash-only) tile shops, and surf-themed cafes as you hop between a string of sleepy fishing villages. Tap the link in bio to get the scoop on making the most of your mosaic tile-paved road trip. : @flunkingmonkey
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Road trip, anyone? Portugal’s Algarve Region along the southern coast is best seen by car: There are more than 150 beaches, for starters. You'll pass dramatic cliffs, turquoise waters, small (cash-only) tile shops, and surf-themed cafes as you hop be

“Yes, there will be tourist groups who have no business wearing matching windbreakers. There will be selfie sticks and the whiff of exhaust, and you can count on a downright freezing gust of wind or two. But, walking across the Golden Gate Bridge at dusk, with the sun setting over the Pacific, the Marin headland glowing gold, and Pelicans flying right at bridge level, is absolute magic. And for that small window before the fog totally rolls in for the night, you can't believe such beauty exists. –West Coast editor @beccabeq on the Golden Gate Bridge  : @jamesrelfdyer
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“Yes, there will be tourist groups who have no business wearing matching windbreakers. There will be selfie sticks and the whiff of exhaust, and you can count on a downright freezing gust of wind or two. But, walking across the Golden Gate Bridge at

Seattle doesn’t really care what you think of it—the weather, the coffee, the flying fish. It’s heard it all before. The Emerald City prefers to keep a low profile, like a celebrity (say Bill Gates) living in the suburbs, but we can’t help but call it out. You need to know the truth: It’s one of the best cities in the U.S. for foodies, it has a lively indie music scene that has nothing to do with grunge; and, framed by Elliot Bay and snow-capped Mount Rainier, it’s got to be one of the prettiest in the country. Need more convincing? Tap the link in bio for 15 of the best things to do in Seattle. : @samhorine
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Seattle doesn’t really care what you think of it—the weather, the coffee, the flying fish. It’s heard it all before. The Emerald City prefers to keep a low profile, like a celebrity (say Bill Gates) living in the suburbs, but we can’t help but call i

The River Seine is essentially the beating heart of Paris, bordering half of the French capital's arrondissements. We’re partial to views of the river at dusk, but thanks to a few recent additions—a floating hotel and pedestrian-only walkway, for starters—the watery pathway is pretty damn gorgeous around the clock. : @alexandrine_ar
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The River Seine is essentially the beating heart of Paris, bordering half of the French capital's arrondissements. We’re partial to views of the river at dusk, but thanks to a few recent additions—a floating hotel and pedestrian-only walkway, for sta

Nestled dramatically into a lush volcanic cliff, this architecturally-striking resort comes replete with uninterrupted views over St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains and the Caribbean Sea. And we mean uninterrupted: each of Jade Mountain’s 24 (24!!) infinity pool suites is missing a fourth wall, meaning there’s literally nothing standing between you and the incredible expanses before you. : @mygreatescapes
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Nestled dramatically into a lush volcanic cliff, this architecturally-striking resort comes replete with uninterrupted views over St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains and the Caribbean Sea. And we mean uninterrupted: each of Jade Mountain’s 24 (24!!) infinity

Gordes is easily one of the most charming towns in all of France. The elevated location makes it one of the best places in Provence to watch the sunset, and it also happens to be an excellent home base for seeking out lavender fields during the summer months. France's towns and villages have beauty to rival any major city in the world, practically pulled straight from the pages of a storybook. Tap the link in bio to fall in love with 16 others. : @callicles
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Gordes is easily one of the most charming towns in all of France. The elevated location makes it one of the best places in Provence to watch the sunset, and it also happens to be an excellent home base for seeking out lavender fields during the summe

Waterfalls over swimming pools. Stingrays in the aquarium. Hand-painted walls, grand wooden bars, and an utterly peaceful tea room with large windows overlooking the tiers of pools and the sea... these are just a few of the reasons why we named the Rosewood Baha Mar, located on the northern shore of Nassau, one of the best new hotel openings of 2019. Read more about this one, plus 74 others (scouted by our editors and contributors across six continents) at the link in bio, and start planning your next vacation ASAP. : @andreannu
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Waterfalls over swimming pools. Stingrays in the aquarium. Hand-painted walls, grand wooden bars, and an utterly peaceful tea room with large windows overlooking the tiers of pools and the sea... these are just a few of the reasons why we named the R

It may only stretch for 30 miles, but the Amalfi Coast offers enough idyllic beauty and Italian luxury for a standalone trip. Driving its winding seaside roads will take you to charming coastal towns, scenic beaches, villas and gardens, and some of the best hotels in the world. You probably don't need any convincing, but just in case, tap the link in bio. : @mygreatescapes
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It may only stretch for 30 miles, but the Amalfi Coast offers enough idyllic beauty and Italian luxury for a standalone trip. Driving its winding seaside roads will take you to charming coastal towns, scenic beaches, villas and gardens, and some of t

The world is divided into two kinds of people: those who love Las Vegas, and those who don't know they love it—yet. The trick is to surrender without guilt. If you can’t find something fabulous to do in Las Vegas, you might simply be suffering from overload. The most out-there of all the things you never thought you’d do (or even want to do) are all at your fingertips. From yoga on the world’s highest Ferris wheel to dining surrounded by authentic Picasso paintings to racing street-illegal cars with professional race car drivers... the list of can't-miss Vegas experiences go on. See them all at the link in bio. : @alexpreview
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The world is divided into two kinds of people: those who love Las Vegas, and those who don't know they love it—yet. The trick is to surrender without guilt. If you can’t find something fabulous to do in Las Vegas, you might simply be suffering from o

On the Bolivian altiplano, not far from the Chilean border, is the otherworldly Laguna Colorada. The lake's blood red color comes from a mix of minerals and algae, which is so strongly pigmented that you'd never know the local flamingos who wade in it were born white, not their existing pink. : @nomadicfare
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On the Bolivian altiplano, not far from the Chilean border, is the otherworldly Laguna Colorada. The lake's blood red color comes from a mix of minerals and algae, which is so strongly pigmented that you'd never know the local flamingos who wade in i

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