We’re finally out with the cold and in with the T-shirt weather. It’s time to enjoy the great outdoors with a drink in hand, and what better way to do that than heading to a place that instantly makes you feel like you're on vacation but doesn't requ...
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This week's travel diary: A 26-year-old marketing manager whose husband surprised her with a secret honeymoon fund so the couple could take their dream vacation.
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The sun is finally out! It's time to dust off your sunglasses, slather on the suncream, pack a compact umbrella (because: reality check) and decamp to the best rooftop bars in London. From Shoreditch to Soho, we’ve found a little something for everyo...
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When I visited Marrakech last month, there was one place I knew I would visit. I had spotted the azure walls and towering cacti of the Majorelle Gardens on Instagram, and it shot to the top of my to-see list. On arrival it certainly lived up to expectations but instead of soaking up the beauty and tranquility, I spent the majority of my time trying to take pictures while dodging selfie sticks, iPads and people staging elaborate photo shoots.
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Since girls getaways have become so popular, we talked to Jenny Southan, founder of Globetrender, an online magazine and trend forecasting agency, to find out the best destinations for these types of trips. Southan recommended five spots that are perfect for quick weekend trips with besties. Below, she shared these destinations, as well as recommendations for where to stay and what to do when you and your gal pals arrive.
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In such a fast-paced city like NYC, it's hard to keep up with all the new, trendy restaurants that are constantly popping up. And sometimes (most of the time), we don't want to wait two hours in line or make reservations months in advance to get a de...
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In a March interview with Wine Spectator, Amy Poehler, who directed the new Netflix film in addition to starring in it, revealed that they shot scenes at Artesa Estate, Quintessa Winery, Baldacci Family Vineyards. The locations are all within a 30-minute drive of one another. That means, instead of just hanging out on the couch watching your imaginary best friends enjoy time at these vineyards, you can go to all three with you real-life besties.
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Summer is one of the busiest travel seasons of the year, which means going a vacation during this time takes a little extra planning. Before taking a trip, you need to think about what destinations aren't going to be overly crowded, too hot, or super expensive, since airfare costs often spike during summer months. With so many factors to consider when planning a summer vacation, we turned to travel influencers to see where they recommend going this June.
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Travelling teaches you about the world, about the connections you make with strangers, about learning to be alone, and about faking it as an independent grown-up until you become the real thing. It’s a beautiful thing to fling yourself out into the world like paint flicked at a canvas, and see where you end up.
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Though it's hard to imagine a more ideal place for a relaxing vacation, Bora Bora isn't the only location trending among millennials this year. The other top trending spots span a variety of destination types, from beach-y to snowy, from urban to rural, and everything in between.
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Brunch is perhaps America’s greatest export to Britain, giving us all an excellent opportunity to fill lazy (or hungover...) Sundays with pancakes and mimosas well into the afternoon. From Clapham to Camden to Chelsea, London’s restaurants have taken...
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As cherry blossom season comes to an end in Japan, it’s time to set your gaze on the prettiest thing blooming today. Wisteria is taking over and it’s absolutely gorgeous. Growing in a range of blue, pink, purple, and white, people can experience these beauties up close, during their peak blooming season around late April and early May. This time of year people flock to Japan to experience the truly unique site.
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Every upcoming weekend represents a possible trip. But don’t think you should just head to the same obvious spots again and again. Instead, grab your friends and plan a weekend break somewhere new and unexpected. Heard of Portafino in Italy? Wonder...
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Rain or shine (and let's face it, it probably will be raining), London is one of the most photogenic destinations in the world. You simply can't beat a city that was founded in the Roman times and has been accumulating historical landmarks ever since...
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Jada Yuan had your dream job. And not just yours — pretty much everyone's. She beat out over 13,000 applicants to become the New York Times' first 52 places traveler, venturing to each of the cities on the paper's "52 Places to Go in 2018" list over the course of a single year. She also chronicled the experience, revealing all the ways that travel can be stressful, bizarre, beautiful, and life-affirming.
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With a new year comes at least 365 new opportunities to eat out, and unsurprisingly, New York City has plenty of fresh spots to fill the calendar. The end of 2018 saw many buzzed-about openings of restaurants across the city and the start of 2019 has...
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There aren't many countries close(ish) to the UK that people fancy going on holiday to during the winter. Anywhere that's actually hot is too far away, anywhere that's only mildly warm feels like a disappointment, and anywhere Christmassy (here's looking at you Germany) is bound to be packed to the rafters with tourists drinking overpriced mulled wine from paper cups.
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Believe it or not, there are some people who’d take a macabre museum or a cemetery tour over a sun lounger by the pool any day. These people are dark tourists: travellers who choose to spend their holidays visiting sites connected to death or tragedy.
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It probably doesn't surprise you that local spots like Disneyland and Dodger Stadium have the official honor of being among the most Instagrammed places in the world. But the L.A. love doesn't end there. A slew of haunts pops up in our Instagram feed...
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This week's travel diary: A 30-year-old teacher takes a couples' vacation with her sister in Scotland.
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