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Conde Nast Traveler

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New York City, New YorkJoined in Aug 2018
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Miami and 2 more locations13 Nov
Why not nix that chore-like visit to the family this December, and sample how some other cultures tackle the holidays? There are plenty of twinkly Christmas markets to choose from, sure, but if frosted trees and mulled wine leaves you cold, warm-weather getaways abound—from a party weekend in Sin City to beachfront retreats on tony St. Barths. Either way, we have you covered.
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Portugal and 1 more location13 Nov
With its wandering streets, intricate tile work and unforgettable colors, Lisbon by day is one of Europe’s most charming cities. But after dark, the city takes on an entirely new mood—one of mystery and romance, and no tradition better encapsulates the passions running through these city streets better than fado, a music genre so integral to the Portuguese experience that UNESCO recognizes it as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Here's where to hear it.
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Nairobi13 Nov
A new non-stop flight is cutting your travel time to East Africa by up to seven hours.
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World of Disney13 Nov
With single-day tickets to Disney World now starting at $109, squeezing the most out of a vacation to the Happiest Place on Earth is more important than ever. Here's how to master the science of avoiding those Disney lines.
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Dallas13 Nov
If you learn one thing from this list, let it be that the city is made up of so much more than barbecue and Tex-Mex. Whether you're craving a killer omakase, a local ribeye steak, or a savory soufflé, we've got you covered. Read on for our list of Dallas's best restaurants—and we hope you're hungry.
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13 Nov
As usual, Away seems to know just what we want. Now, the red-hot company has released its Northern Lights-inspired collection—just in time for us to let Santa know.
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Namibia13 Nov
Giraffes, rhinos, and elephants in the desert: with its otherworldly landscapes and isolated luxury lodges, Namibia is like nowhere else on Earth.
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Tahiti13 Nov
Tahiti has never been easier or more affordable to reach—and people are paying attention. A new breed of travelers is attracted to the active pursuits offered by the islands (from kitesurfing to diving with manta rays), Tahiti's cultural exports are cool again, and increased flights from the U.S. on new planes are getting people to the island more efficiently. Read on to hear the full comeback story—and why you should be booking your trip, well, yesterday.
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Vatican Museums and 5 more locations13 Nov
We're all for going off the grid at Traveler, but sometimes forcing yourself to join the crowds at major attractions is not only worth it, but necessary. After all, would you really go to Istanbul without visiting the Grand Bazaar? Or skip the Pantheon on a trip to Rome? Didn't think so. We asked our editors, contributors, and trusted team of travel specialists to tell us their favorites—scroll down to see what made the list.
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Lisbon13 Nov
Converted castles, posh five-star hotels with panoramic views of the Tagus River, budget-friendly inns that feel like residences, pousadas steeped in history—there's no shortage of places to sleep in Portugal's quickly-changing capital. If you're looking for where to stay when you're in Lisbon, look no further than this list.
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