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Town&Country shows you how to vacation like royalty in four luxurious destinations.
Royals watchers know that the announcement of an impending royal tour brings with it a frisson that borders on obsession: Show us someone who doesn’t care about what is worn to that big state dinner, and we’ll show you someone who doesn’t ...
 
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If you’re one of them, shame on you.
It’s commonly publicized that airplanes are breeding grounds of bacteria and other microscopic creatures just circulating in a sealed cabin but did you know that you could be adding to the filth with poor hygiene habits? A recent survey conducted by Reservations.com ...
 
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Explore Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal, and Petra.
While the world brims with destinations to discover, there are a few spots that stand above the rest. Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal, and the Lost City of Petra are all global treasures within the realms of architecture, archeology, and nature that ...
 
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Hotels and restaurants in Tokyo, Vietnam, Bali, and Taipei are embracing the sustainable food movement.
If you still think sustainability is a passing trend, data proves otherwise. Entire industries are embracing the movement and in 2018, a recorded 89 percent of businesses have acknowledged the need to address Sustainable Development Goals, reported by the World Business Council ...
 
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The fantasy of private jet travel has now come true for you and 51 of your new best friends.
There are 52 of us travelers. We’re wearing name tags around our necks, and it feels like the first day of summer camp (“So many people to meet!” I hear someone ebulliently exclaim). Except that we’re in the ballroom of Zurich’s Dolder ...
 
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Think twice about tossing out that airline ticket.
After landing from a flight and queueing one’s way past the immigration desks, it’s typical for many passengers to just toss out their boarding passes. Few flyers know that that airline ticket can do more than just grant plane access. For some ...
 
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From next-generation flight checking technology to downloadable scholarly tours, these are the travel apps you need to have.
Now you can unlock scooters in cities around the world, listen to Oxford University-trained professors give lectures on historic sites, and be told exactly what to pack for your vacation. Meet the next-level travel apps, all of which have been vetted—and given ...
 
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Sure, four-star hotels are nice. But wouldn't a luxurious home all to yourself be even better?
Let's call this story what it is: Villa Madness. After all, it's the ultimate travel fantasy: to call home, if only for a week, a to-die-for house in a legendary place. Fully staffed, of course. Here are some suggestions:Arise in the master ...
 
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This, and other tourism news, here.
There’s no contesting that amid the government agencies, the Department of Tourism (DoT) is among those that have seen the most visible developments in the past year. With a definite focus on launching new campaigns, a slew of fresh commercials released, and ...
 
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You can now visit Morocco without a visa, but there are already quite a few countries Philippine passport holders can visit free of hassle.
The Philippine passport might not be the most powerful passport in the world—that title goes to Japan and Singapore—but it’s not as bad as people might think. In fact, while there are only 64 countries and territories that Filipinos can enter visa-free, there ...
 
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Condé Nast Traveler just released the results of its annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
Luxury travel publication Condé Nast Traveler hosts a yearly Readers’ Choice Awards (RCA). Registered participants get to cast their votes for their top choices across different categories, such as hotels, resorts, and destination spas, among others. This year, for its 32nd RCA, ...
 
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Sustainability is tourism's holy grail—to travel the world without hurting it. Could Travalyst, a big new idea from the Duke of Sussex, actually get us there?
Prince Harry’s announcement last month that he was launching Travalyst, a new sustainable travel initiative, was met with rumblings of skepticism.Its timing was less than ideal, coming on the heels of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s private-jet holiday jaunts to Nice and Ibiza ...
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