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WORD OF MOUTH • the people, places & ideas we’re talking about right now
A PERFECT MATCH • The designer Thom Browne, who recently opened a tennis-inspired boutique near St.-Tropez, shares his off-court itinerary for the tony town
PEACE AND LOVE • For their honeymoon, actor Sophia Bush Hughes and entrepreneur Grant Hughes planned an African adventure that allowed them to give back
ROMAN HOLIDAY • A pair of standout openings position the Eternal City as a luxury-hotel town on par with London and Paris
GETTING DOWN, DOWN UNDER • Cool new hotels, accessible dining, and a revived nightlife scene are making Sydney the Southern Hemisphere’s hottest city
Easygoing Eats • Some of Sydney’s best chefs are swapping formal service for casual, approachable dining
The Insider • Ben Graetz, co-creative director of this month’s World Pride, on his favorite LGBTQ+ spots for the celebrations and beyond
Community Spirit • Long notorious for its stiff, branded hotels, Sydney has welcomed a new crop of indies tailor-made for just hanging out
READY AND RARING TO GO • The once-sleepy Texas Hill Country town of Fredericksburg, now a legitimate wine destination, is primed for its moment in the sun
PAST, PRESENT • East of Singapore’s skyscraper jungle, a neighborhood of picturesque heritage buildings is home to a rising creative class
WHY WE TRAVEL • the experiences that change how we see the world
Into the Country We Go • On a multigenerational trip to Scotland, Jo Rodgers makes new memories with her family after being apart during the pandemic
Home Free • Pushed to extinction by early European settlers, the bison have recently returned to Northern Alberta, marking a new chapter in Canada’s history.
Gorging on K-drama, IRL • For a growing segment of travelers, Seoul really can feel like something straight out of a TV show.
Beneath the Surface • On a journey to explore Portugal’s creative traditions, Christine Chitnis meets the craftswomen who are embracing the past while looking to the future
THE WOMEN WHO TRAVEL POWER LIST • Condé Nast Traveler’s Women Who Travel platform celebrates the ways self-identifying women explore the world. Here we spotlight leaders in food, aviation, landscape design, politics, television, and fashion who are pushing all of us to go further
PRIDE of PLACE • Long a safari-insider destination, Zambia now rivals its more established neighbors thanks to new lodges that offer some of the best wildlife viewing in Africa
GOLDEN HOUR • The pure, unsullied California-ness of the Santa Ynez Valley, a tiny wine region inland from the Central Coast, has turned it into one of the state’s most popular weekend getaways
weekending in the valley
land of memory • Francophone Quebec occupies a singular place in Canada’s national identity. On a wintry trip through its countryside, Rivka Galchen explores all that sets La Belle Province apart
slow it down • On a leisurely train journey through central Vietnam, Michelle Jana Chan embraces the rhythms of the ride
Actor EUGENE LEVY on SOUTH AFRICA