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Destination Weddings

How We Pulled It Off: A Black-Tie Guatemala Wedding in a Centuries-Old Convent

Followed by a “friend-moon” to Lake Atitlán.
Food & Drink

Chef Nasim Alikhani on Bringing Iranian Cuisine to a Global Audience

“Our food is so much more than just kebab and rice,” says Alikhani, whose first cookbook is out June 27. 

How to Rent a Boat This Summer, Whether You Want a Party On the Water or a Day of Fishing

From Dubrovnik, Croatia, to Austin, Texas, these boat rental services will make your summer visions possible.
Style & Culture

On Location: In ‘My Journey to 50,’ Gabrielle Union Pulls Off the Ultimate Birthday Trip Through Africa

Her new docuseries, available on BET+ now, took her to Ghana, Namibia, South Africa, and Tanzania.

5 US Sleeper Train Routes for the Ultimate Slow Travel Journey

Be lulled to sleep by the train's gentle rocking, and wake up to the sun rising over mountains or oceans.

How I Travel: Jason Mraz Has a Wild Trick for Sleeping on Planes

We peek into the airport routines and bizarre quirks of the world's most well-traveled people.

How Your Next Dive Trip Can Help Save the Oceans

A new PADI program lets travelers locate—and book—the most environmentally impactful diving experiences.

These Are the 10 Best Places to Live in the World

From Japanese foodie cities to beachfront Australian locales, these destinations promise a high quality of life.

The Most Beautiful Places in the Pacific Northwest

All the misty beaches and wooded mountains you could ever want.
Places to Stay

These Are Italy's Most Expensive Hotel Suites

With prices over $47,000 per night, these rooms are spread from Venice to Sardinia.
Style & Culture

In Quito, a New Wave of Creatives Are Transforming the City Into a Design Capital

The oft-overlooked Ecuadorean capital is in the midst of a design transformation, thanks to star architects redefining the skyline and local brands and entrepreneurs fostering homegrown talent.
Train Journeys

These Amtrak Train Routes Make Stops at Some of America's Most Scenic National Parks

There's something adventurous about exploring America's wilderness by train.
Couples Travel

How Moving to Zürich Opened My Eyes to A World of Acceptance

As a New Yorker, I was seeking the freedom I was used to. In my life in Zürich, I found a different version of it.

In the Darkness of the ‘L Clubs’ of Hongdae, Seoul, I Finally Felt Seen

How I went from craving anonymity for my differences to finding a voice for my queerness.

Finding My Chosen Family During a Spontaneous Trip to Costa Rica

Every day in Costa Rica unfolded like a new “Magic School Bus” adventure, and taught me that strengthening bonds during travel can be life changing. 

In Spanish Speaking Countries, I Always Challenge Myself to Date the Language

Spanish has come to feel like it allows me to be my queerest self, which was a vibrant, joyful surprise even unto me.

The Importance of Traveling Together as a Queer Family

My husband and I have always been passionate travelers, and we’ve worked hard to show our sons the variety of cultures in America and beyond.

Celebrating Queer Love and Travel

This Pride month, we are honoring travel's capacity for discovery, renewal, and love through a lens of queerness—and its power to open up ourselves to seeing not just the world, but also who we are, in a new light.

Where Our Editors Are Going on Summer Vacation This Year

Some last-minute planning inspiration, from South America escapes and Euro trips to chic weekends in Nantucket and New Jersey.
Destination Weddings

How We Pulled It Off: An Azores Island Wedding With Jewish Touches and a Swedish Fika Practice

The magic of choosing a destination that's completely unexpected.
National Parks

A Complete Guide to Olympic National Park

Home to snow-capped mountains, temperate rainforests, and breathtaking coastline, this Washington park has so much to explore. 
Food & Drink

The Rise of the Floating Hotel Breakfast

The most important meal of the day has become the most Instagrammable.

Tell Us How You Traveled This Past Year

We want to know what you loved, why you loved it, and how you got there.

New Mexico Now Has an Official Scent—Here’s Where to Experience the Best of It

Anyone who has spent time in the state will recognize the smoky-sweet scent immediately. 

Why I Go to the Movies Everywhere I Travel

Every country has its own movie rituals, unique snacks, and theater quirks that make a trip to the cinema well worth a few hours of your far-off trip. 

We Tried Out the New Dior Spa on Board the Royal Scotsman Train—Here's What It's Like

Think glossy lacquered walls, the Maison's burgundy Toile de Jouy, and one of the most comfortable spa beds in the world.

A Modern Wine Region Emerges Amid Turkey’s Ancient Ruins

Hop between coastal villages and organic vineyards—and unwind in thermal baths that date back to 2,000 B.C.

Introducing Beyond Barriers, Our New Accessibility Travel Column

Television host and travel writer Sophie Morgan will cover the latest news, hotels, restaurants, destinations, and tech, helping disabled travelers feel safe, secure, and inspired to travel the world.
Family Travel

23 Family Summer Vacation Ideas, From Costa Rica Eco-Lodges to Alaska National Parks

Whether city, the sea, or the great wildernesses beyond, these are the ultimate family adventures.
News & Advice

The New York City Art Exhibits to Hit This Spring & Summer

Starring a Yayoi Kusama installation, Karl Lagerfeld retrospective, and multiple Picasso spotlights.
Style & Culture

The New Business Traveler: Peloton Instructor Emma Lovewell on Biking, Hiking, and Eating Her Way Through Japan

We take a look at how interesting people with fascinating jobs are traveling for work right now.
Food & Drink

The Undeniable Allure of Dive Bar Food

Food is rarely the main attraction at a dive—but it can be a core tenet of an establishment's personality.
Road Trips

A Celebration of Roadside Americana

The storied diners, ghost towns, art installations, and trading posts worth driving across the country for. 

The Lead Park Ranger of Montana's Garnet Ghost Town Swears the Place Isn't Haunted

What life is really like in a 19th-century mining camp turned tourist destination.
Road Trips

An Ode to Buc-ee's, the Greatest Gas Station on Earth

No road trip through the South is complete without a stop at Buc-ee's.
Road Trips

A Nostalgia Trip Along US-41, the South’s Route 66

Built in 1915, the original road trip route from Chicago to Miami is still dotted with motels and attractions.

5 Royal Palaces Where You Can Spend the Night

If you want to get closer to royalty, we recommend a stay at one of these historic estates. 
Train Journeys

4 Amtrak Routes That Make for Scenic—And Affordable—Summer Getaways

From beach towns in Michigan and oceanfront resorts in Rhode Island to vineyards in Texas hill country.
Women Who Travel

After Loss, Helping My Mother-in-Law Find Joy Again on a Broadway Cruise

The lively sailing allowed us both to rediscover our passions—and proved that the show really does go on.

What It's Like to Go to the World's Most Remote Disco

How far would you travel for a party? Becky Lucas went 1,251 miles from London to Iceland’s solated Westfjords to dance a few days away.
Style & Culture

Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, and Co. Take a Trip Across Italy in ‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’

Lifting the curtain on the destinations behind the season’s most exciting new releases.

Coronation Dispatches From an American Interloper

What I learned from bringing crumpets to the celebrations—without a toaster. 
National Parks

A Complete Guide to Visiting Shenandoah National Park

From the blackberry ice cream pie you don’t want to miss, to the park’s crown jewel that’s on many a day hikers’ bucket list.

20 New Hotels You'll Want to Check Into Just for the Design

From Mexico to Morocco, here's your guide to 2023's best-designed openings.

The 21 Best Hiking Backpacks, According to Expert Outdoor Travelers

Perfect for getting you—and your stuff—outside. 

Striving for Sentimentality on a Father-Son Trek Across Spain

In an excerpt from his new book, 'Walking with Sam', actor-turned-travel writer Andrew McCarthy and his son make the final preparations for their 500 mile trek along the Camino de Santiago.

Tranquility Breeds Creativity on the Quaint Island of Menorca

Quiet Menorca has long captivated artists, enchanting them with its dramatic skies and picturesque villages. Today, the island is still up to its old tricks, but it's found a new audience.

Double Chicken Please Is the Best Bar in North America

The annual list of the 50 Best Bars in North America was just released.

How I Travel: Queen Charlotte’s Arsema Thomas Listens to Otis Redding to Sleep on Planes

We peek into the airport routines and bizarre quirks of the world's most well-traveled people.

Meet Apo Whang-Od, the 106-Year-Old Woman Keeping an Ancient Filipino Tattooing Tradition Alive

The thousand-year-old practice of batok will live on, in Buscalan and around the world, thanks to the descendants Apo Whang-Od has been training and inspiring.