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Conde Nast Traveler

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New York City, New YorkJoined in Aug 2018
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Apr 2019
With an explosion of eye-catching graffiti and murals covering its concrete canvases, Berlin is known as the most “bombed” (that is, "tagged") city in Europe. It boasts the world's largest and longest open-air art gallery (the East Side Gallery), it’s been named a UNESCO City of Design, and construction recently started on the Museum for Urban Contemporary Art, a museum devoted entirely to street art.
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Apr 2019
Old-world sophistication. That about sums up Vienna, with its Baroque Schönbrunn Palace and grand Ringstrasse Boulevard. But let’s not forget that some of the greatest rebels against conservatism—Freud, Schiele, Kokoschka—had roots here, which means a trip to this city is a study in both traditionalist and modernist pasts.
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Mar 2019
Those who follow The Crown may have found themselves captivated by sweeping shots of the plush Royal Yacht Britannia. It served as the enviable setting for much of the start of the Netflix series’ second season, carrying the oft-pouty Prince Philip on several legs of a globe-spanning tour that included stops in Africa, Australia, and Antarctica. Few, however, may know that the real-life ship is now a museum in Scotland, anchored just outside of Edinburgh.
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Mar 2019
Intrepid foodie Tom Parker Bowles travels down Australia's glittering East Coast to find the most exciting restaurants in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
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Mar 2019
Minimalist architect John Pawson gives the oldest part of the city a hotel worthy of its layered history.
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Mar 2019
From the West Village and the Lower East Side to Bushwick and Carroll Gardens, New York City offers an embarrassment of Italian restaurant riches—the best of which we’ve chosen here. Read on for our picks of the best Italian restaurants in New York City, and how best to enjoy them.
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Mar 2019
This year's Gold List of our editors' favorite hotels, resorts, and cruise ships in the world is the first transatlantic list for Traveler, created by teams in New York and London. It spans six continents and 36 countries. They're gold as in exceptional. Gold as in classic. Gold as in brilliant. Gold as in you'd do it all tomorrow.
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Mar 2019
What we’re going to tell you is not surprising: Texas is a big state. By the time you drive from east to west, you could have passed through five European countries. But as diverse as France is from the Czech Republic, South Texas is from West Texas. From national parks to wineries, hip art centers to classic rodeos, Texas just about has it all (including some of the best food around).
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Mar 2019
It's got everything you want. Including no crowds.
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Mar 2019
With the waters of Puget Sound bringing in fresh seafood regularly, Seattle resembles old Tokyo in some ways. Considering the city's generations of Japanese immigration and influence combined with its access to great seafood restaurants, and the city is ripe for some of the best sushi in the world.
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Mar 2019
Even more people can visit Machu Picchu now thanks to Wheel the World, a California-based travel company that began offering trips to the UNESCO World Heritage site a few months ago. It's the first-ever wheelchair-accessible tour of the site, a maze of stone stairways and temples built 7,970 feet above sea level in the 15th century by order of the Inca ruler Pachacutec.
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Feb 2019
A long weekend brunch is always a good idea. But when that meal gets an added hit from brisket queso, duck leg confit, pineapple upside-down pancakes, or shrimp and cheddar grits, it becomes a can't-miss event. Whether new to the scene or familiar favorites, these Dallas restaurants know how to do the week’s most important meal right. Here are the 10 best brunches in Dallas to check out when you're in town.
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Feb 2019
How to navigate the universe of things to buy in Portland, Oregon—a city where just about everything is artisanally made and locally sourced? You can start with this list.
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Feb 2019
The street food scene in Taiwan's most up-and-coming city has long been on-the-radar. But now new restaurants, hot-ticket chefs and hard to book tables are taking Taipei's foodie credentials to new heights
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