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Conde Nast Traveler

Dec 01 2021
Magazine

Condé Nast Traveler magazine is filled with the travel secrets of celebrated writers and sophisticated travelers. Each monthly issue features breathtaking destinations, including the finest art, architecture, fashion, culture, cuisine, lodgings, and shopping. With Condé Nast Traveler as your guide, you'll discover the best islands, cities, spas, castles, and cruises.

EDITOR’S LETTER

Conde Nast Traveler

CITY DREAMS • Now is the time to start booking urban holidays again. With these six landmark openings in six of the world’s greatest metropolises, the only question is where to begin

THE ITALIAN JOB • When HBO asked her to become a consultant on Succession, travel specialist Emily FitzRoy of Bellini Travel signed on to create a version of Tuscany for TV’s backstabbiest billionaires. Here’s how she did it

THE CAST AND CREW’S FAVORITE SPOTS

PEAK SEASON • Chinese American Olympic skier Eileen Gu on what she relies on to go from the slopes to the city

FUN ON THE FJORD • The new Munch Museum is just the latest reason to spend a day in Oslo’s coolest neighborhood

ROMANCE REVIVED • Honeymooners should never have to settle—and even in these uncertain times, a travel specialist can help you nail the perfect postnuptial getaway

BELIEVE THE HYPE • Fueled by high-profile happenings, Nigeria’s creative clout is growing fast. Lagos-based Nelson C.J rounds up the city’s most influential players

Tightly Woven • In Central Guatemala, women are driving a movement that combines the country’s rich cultural heritage with modern design.

Living on the Edge • Even for a seasoned skier, Jen Murphy discovers, Alaska’s Chugach Mountains present an addictive kind of challenge

HELI-SKIING AROUND THE WORLD

Straight to the Source • In the place where her father and forefathers were born, Debra Kamin experiences what she loves most about Israel: its food

The Other Nashville Sound • The Music City’s Black musicians have long been overshadowed by their white country counterparts, but a new museum is drawing fresh attention to their legacy.

WHY WE BELIEVE IN CRUISE MORE THAN EVER

BACK ON BOARD • An unexpected turn on a new itinerary to Iceland shows Ashlea Halpern that cruising is one of the most responsible ways you can travel right now

Sea Change • Innovative launches and partnerships are bringing a whole new crew on board

HAPPY PLACE • On a sail through the Caribbean, longtime cruiser Madison Flager is thrilled to return to a ship’s warm embrace

Going Deeper • New lines and fresh routes from legacy players have made expedition cruising the trend of the moment

WINE O’CLOCK • On sail through Portugal’s Douro Valley, Marisa Meltzer finds that a river cruise is a great way to travel on her own terms

New Frontiers • Groundbreaking itineraries are transporting travelers to little-seen corners of the globe

HIDDEN KINGDOM • A road trip through a less-traveled stretch of Morocco reveals swimming holes in the desert, Mediterranean beaches, and caught-in-time mountain villages

back with a bang • With its next-level resorts and secluded beaches lapped by aquamarine waters, the Maldives is rightfully regarded as the pinnacle of far-flung luxury destinations. But staying on top means never resting on its desert-island laurels. After shutting its borders for a spell, the blindingly beautiful Indian Ocean archipelago reopened to travelers with a clutch of shiny new hotels and revamped classics. Here, we take a deep dive into the best of the bunch

PATINA MALDIVES

JW MARRIOTT MALDIVES RESORT & SPA

GILI LANKANFUSHI

COMO COCOA ISLAND

ANANTARA KIHAVAH MALDIVES VILLAS

FINOLHU BAA ATOLL MALDIVES

THE...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 114 Publisher: Conde Nast US Edition: Dec 01 2021

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Condé Nast Traveler magazine is filled with the travel secrets of celebrated writers and sophisticated travelers. Each monthly issue features breathtaking destinations, including the finest art, architecture, fashion, culture, cuisine, lodgings, and shopping. With Condé Nast Traveler as your guide, you'll discover the best islands, cities, spas, castles, and cruises.

EDITOR’S LETTER

Conde Nast Traveler

CITY DREAMS • Now is the time to start booking urban holidays again. With these six landmark openings in six of the world’s greatest metropolises, the only question is where to begin

THE ITALIAN JOB • When HBO asked her to become a consultant on Succession, travel specialist Emily FitzRoy of Bellini Travel signed on to create a version of Tuscany for TV’s backstabbiest billionaires. Here’s how she did it

THE CAST AND CREW’S FAVORITE SPOTS

PEAK SEASON • Chinese American Olympic skier Eileen Gu on what she relies on to go from the slopes to the city

FUN ON THE FJORD • The new Munch Museum is just the latest reason to spend a day in Oslo’s coolest neighborhood

ROMANCE REVIVED • Honeymooners should never have to settle—and even in these uncertain times, a travel specialist can help you nail the perfect postnuptial getaway

BELIEVE THE HYPE • Fueled by high-profile happenings, Nigeria’s creative clout is growing fast. Lagos-based Nelson C.J rounds up the city’s most influential players

Tightly Woven • In Central Guatemala, women are driving a movement that combines the country’s rich cultural heritage with modern design.

Living on the Edge • Even for a seasoned skier, Jen Murphy discovers, Alaska’s Chugach Mountains present an addictive kind of challenge

HELI-SKIING AROUND THE WORLD

Straight to the Source • In the place where her father and forefathers were born, Debra Kamin experiences what she loves most about Israel: its food

The Other Nashville Sound • The Music City’s Black musicians have long been overshadowed by their white country counterparts, but a new museum is drawing fresh attention to their legacy.

WHY WE BELIEVE IN CRUISE MORE THAN EVER

BACK ON BOARD • An unexpected turn on a new itinerary to Iceland shows Ashlea Halpern that cruising is one of the most responsible ways you can travel right now

Sea Change • Innovative launches and partnerships are bringing a whole new crew on board

HAPPY PLACE • On a sail through the Caribbean, longtime cruiser Madison Flager is thrilled to return to a ship’s warm embrace

Going Deeper • New lines and fresh routes from legacy players have made expedition cruising the trend of the moment

WINE O’CLOCK • On sail through Portugal’s Douro Valley, Marisa Meltzer finds that a river cruise is a great way to travel on her own terms

New Frontiers • Groundbreaking itineraries are transporting travelers to little-seen corners of the globe

HIDDEN KINGDOM • A road trip through a less-traveled stretch of Morocco reveals swimming holes in the desert, Mediterranean beaches, and caught-in-time mountain villages

back with a bang • With its next-level resorts and secluded beaches lapped by aquamarine waters, the Maldives is rightfully regarded as the pinnacle of far-flung luxury destinations. But staying on top means never resting on its desert-island laurels. After shutting its borders for a spell, the blindingly beautiful Indian Ocean archipelago reopened to travelers with a clutch of shiny new hotels and revamped classics. Here, we take a deep dive into the best of the bunch

PATINA MALDIVES

JW MARRIOTT MALDIVES RESORT & SPA

GILI LANKANFUSHI

COMO COCOA ISLAND

ANANTARA KIHAVAH MALDIVES VILLAS

FINOLHU BAA ATOLL MALDIVES

THE...


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