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Conde Nast Traveler

Volume V, 2018
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.

BEHIND THE SCENES • For a few weeks in April, it felt like there were more Traveler editors on ships than in the office. That’s because we spent the month sailing past glaciers and alongside sea turtles; hitting the pavement to come up with a better way of doing port cities; and road testing a waterslide or two. Here, a peek at who went where in the making of this issue.

EDITORS’ PICKS

Better Together

WORD OF MONTH

THE FRENCH COAST THAT , S NEVER CROWDED

THE MOST BALLER SUITE ATSEA

“I , D NEVER BEEN TO A PLACE WITHOUT TANGIBLE EVIDENCE OF HUMAN LIFE.” • ACCESSORIES DESIGNER INDRÉ ROCKEFELLER TICKS ONE OFF THE BUCKET LIST

LIVE YOUR BEST PRE-EMBARKATION LIFE

A DREAM WORLD, IN REAL LIFE

DRESS THE PART • Four ultrachic carryalls to match seven rosésoaked days of cruising through the Languedoc.

BETTER WITH AGE

THE NEW OLD WAY OF GETTING THERE

CASA SAN AGUSTÍN IS EXACTLY WHERE YOU WANT TO BE

SKIMMING THE SURFACE IN INDIA, AND LOVING IT

REQUIEM FOR THE BUFFET

Island Hopping for Grown-Ups

HOW I BECAME A JOINER

THE INSIDER , S GUIDE TO THE INNER PASSAGE

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE • Cruise lines are launching more than a dozen new ships this year, many of which are stuffed with waterslides, restaurants, bars, spas, shows, clubs, and enough cabin categories to make your head swim. So we narrowed the field to these top five early faves and figured out who’d be happiest on each. All you have to do is decide when to go.

THE MAN WHO CAPTURED ITALY , S SOUTHERN COAST IN A BOTTLE

SYDNEY

Do the Touristy Stuff First

There’s More to Bondi Than Its Beach

Day Drinking Never Looked So Good

THE CITY’S NEW TOP CHEFS

Go Beyond the City

The Bespoke Tailor and Interior Designer on Their Perfect Day

CANAL PLUS • IT TURNS OUT IT’S NOT SO HARD TO CREATE A PRIVATE, RUM-SOAKED ROMANCE ABOARD A MEGAYACHT CARRYING 148 STRANGERS FROM WEST TO EAST THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL

LIGHT IN AUGUST • WITH DAYTIME LASTING WELL PAST 10, AND EVERYTHING FROM THE BEACH TO THE FARM STAND AT MOST A BIKE RIDE AWAY, DENMARK’S LAID-BACK SEASIDE TOWNS ARE PASTEL-PAINTED BACKDROPS FOR GENERATIONS OF SUMMERING FAMILIES

HOW TO SUMMER LIKE A DANE

LA BOHÈME • ECCENTRIC STYLE SETTER AND HOTELIER ALAN FAENA FINDS HIS GREATEST INSPIRATION IN JOSÉ IGNACIO, A PLACE HE HELPED TRANSFORM INTO URUGUAY’S MOST EXCLUSIVE AND GLAMOROUS BEACH TOWN

A VENICE TALE • HOW A FAMILY OF TEN GRADUALLY DISAPPEARED INTO THE FLOATING CITY’S HIDDEN A LLEY WAYS AND BYZANTINE CANALS UNTIL THEY FELT RIGHT AT HOME

Small but Mighty Appealing • Exploring the world’s most remote corners—polar extremes, equatorial rain forests, island chains you’d be hard-pressed to find on a map—will get way easier in the next year, thanks to these new and innovative expedition ships.

Intel

Make Like a Sailor • Marine Knots by Patrick Moreau and Jean-Benoît Héron (Harper Design) is a beautifully illustrated manual that’ll take you back to your summer-camp days.

207,000 Miles Logged in the Past Year • Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, on the horrors of airport showers and why she books an extra night at every hotel she checks into.

ROOM WITH A VIEW


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 122 Publisher: Conde Nast US Edition: Volume V, 2018

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  • Release date: June 26, 2018

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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.

BEHIND THE SCENES • For a few weeks in April, it felt like there were more Traveler editors on ships than in the office. That’s because we spent the month sailing past glaciers and alongside sea turtles; hitting the pavement to come up with a better way of doing port cities; and road testing a waterslide or two. Here, a peek at who went where in the making of this issue.

EDITORS’ PICKS

Better Together

WORD OF MONTH

THE FRENCH COAST THAT , S NEVER CROWDED

THE MOST BALLER SUITE ATSEA

“I , D NEVER BEEN TO A PLACE WITHOUT TANGIBLE EVIDENCE OF HUMAN LIFE.” • ACCESSORIES DESIGNER INDRÉ ROCKEFELLER TICKS ONE OFF THE BUCKET LIST

LIVE YOUR BEST PRE-EMBARKATION LIFE

A DREAM WORLD, IN REAL LIFE

DRESS THE PART • Four ultrachic carryalls to match seven rosésoaked days of cruising through the Languedoc.

BETTER WITH AGE

THE NEW OLD WAY OF GETTING THERE

CASA SAN AGUSTÍN IS EXACTLY WHERE YOU WANT TO BE

SKIMMING THE SURFACE IN INDIA, AND LOVING IT

REQUIEM FOR THE BUFFET

Island Hopping for Grown-Ups

HOW I BECAME A JOINER

THE INSIDER , S GUIDE TO THE INNER PASSAGE

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE • Cruise lines are launching more than a dozen new ships this year, many of which are stuffed with waterslides, restaurants, bars, spas, shows, clubs, and enough cabin categories to make your head swim. So we narrowed the field to these top five early faves and figured out who’d be happiest on each. All you have to do is decide when to go.

THE MAN WHO CAPTURED ITALY , S SOUTHERN COAST IN A BOTTLE

SYDNEY

Do the Touristy Stuff First

There’s More to Bondi Than Its Beach

Day Drinking Never Looked So Good

THE CITY’S NEW TOP CHEFS

Go Beyond the City

The Bespoke Tailor and Interior Designer on Their Perfect Day

CANAL PLUS • IT TURNS OUT IT’S NOT SO HARD TO CREATE A PRIVATE, RUM-SOAKED ROMANCE ABOARD A MEGAYACHT CARRYING 148 STRANGERS FROM WEST TO EAST THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL

LIGHT IN AUGUST • WITH DAYTIME LASTING WELL PAST 10, AND EVERYTHING FROM THE BEACH TO THE FARM STAND AT MOST A BIKE RIDE AWAY, DENMARK’S LAID-BACK SEASIDE TOWNS ARE PASTEL-PAINTED BACKDROPS FOR GENERATIONS OF SUMMERING FAMILIES

HOW TO SUMMER LIKE A DANE

LA BOHÈME • ECCENTRIC STYLE SETTER AND HOTELIER ALAN FAENA FINDS HIS GREATEST INSPIRATION IN JOSÉ IGNACIO, A PLACE HE HELPED TRANSFORM INTO URUGUAY’S MOST EXCLUSIVE AND GLAMOROUS BEACH TOWN

A VENICE TALE • HOW A FAMILY OF TEN GRADUALLY DISAPPEARED INTO THE FLOATING CITY’S HIDDEN A LLEY WAYS AND BYZANTINE CANALS UNTIL THEY FELT RIGHT AT HOME

Small but Mighty Appealing • Exploring the world’s most remote corners—polar extremes, equatorial rain forests, island chains you’d be hard-pressed to find on a map—will get way easier in the next year, thanks to these new and innovative expedition ships.

Intel

Make Like a Sailor • Marine Knots by Patrick Moreau and Jean-Benoît Héron (Harper Design) is a beautifully illustrated manual that’ll take you back to your summer-camp days.

207,000 Miles Logged in the Past Year • Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, on the horrors of airport showers and why she books an extra night at every hotel she checks into.

ROOM WITH A VIEW


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