Rule #1: Leave your miniskirts and heels at home.
Because nothing is more important than sleep—especially when you're traveling.
The country known for BMW and Mercedes-Benz is going above and beyond to achieve a carbon-neutral state. via Architectural Digest
Get insurance. We repeat, get insurance.
Here's what it actually means when you hear a pilot say they're trying to "make up time in the air." http://cntrvlr.co/FfoZAVQ
The "Highway Gallery" sits alongside an hour-long, 85-mile stretch of the busy road in celebration of the UAE Innovation Month.
Yep, we said it: The best place to be alone is on a cruise, hands down.
Sunscreen may be good for your skin, but not always good for nature’s underwater creations.
A rebrand of Meridiana promises cheaper flights from the U.S. to Italy, as soon as this summer.
Sardinia to beachgoers: Stop taking our sand with you when you leave.
Gerard Butler is teaching us the art of Scottish slang (including what "haud yer wheesht" means), via Vanity Fair.
And what to do once you're there? Eaaaaat.
Be careful where you put your suitcase.
Islands are generally pretty gorgeous. They are islands after all. But these may be the fairest of them all.
Proof that spring is on its way.
Where you'll find the best sea urchin pasta in Sicily, steak in Tuscany, licorice root risotto in Veneto, and so much more...
Today, it's no longer a given that you'll be off to Hawaii or the Bahamas on the same day that you'll be nursing your wedding hangover.
Think mushroom-shaped cabins in the woods, a treehouse in Bali, and a Mexican villa shaped like a seashell.
Etiquette is impenetrable—and mistakes are unforgivable.
No crowds allowed.
Why sleep in a tent when you can stay here?
Your dream job is now hiring...
Humor, antiquity, music, art, laughter, the sea: Havana is all that and much more. via Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
LAX, FLL, ATH, ORD, LOL, OMG, and more.
Over the mountains and through the woods is a region stuck in time...that feels like nowhere else in Italy.
See you there this winter!
America has some truly world-class islands to visit—many you may have never even heard of.
This Central Asian country, with its tiled cities, vast deserts, and bazaars full of textiles and ceramics, is still unmarred by tourism. http://cntrvlr.co/xyG0o6g
Chile’s buzzy capital is no longer only a stopover city. via Architectural Digest
It seems impossible that a route billed as the "Romantic Road," winding through medieval villages and tiny Bavarian towns with half-timbered homes and cherry-red flowers in window boxes, could remain romantic for half a century—yet it has.
A full investigation has been launched into what some passengers called the "cruise from hell."
Because all those life-changing meals, rejuvenating hotel stays, and outdoor adventures can add up to a painful hit to the wallet.
This ring-shaped hotel in Norway will have 360-degree views of the Arctic: http://cntrvlr.co/pHo4f00
Don't miss out on another long weekend at the beach.
Want to live like a royal? You need to visit this Irish mansion. http://cntrvlr.co/sFmzZfc
Move over, Musée Picasso.
Spring road trip, anyone?
You've still got time to get the perfect summer beach rental.
It's so cold that there's a global shortage of on-hand warmer ingredients.
Sometimes, it takes a wedding or a business trip to bring us to different parts of the country, but these American cities—from Athens, Georgia to Boise, Idaho—make great destinations unto themselves.
"Should I really spend two hours in line for this?" If you're at these places, yes.
BRB, going to get my degree in zoology.
Venture outside of the capital city and visit these other stunning places Denmark has to offer.
Want to know where to go before your friends do in 2018? Check this list. http://cntrvlr.co/ntAxI3u
Mario Salcedo took his first cruise almost twenty years ago—and never stopped.
Coffee and leather shoes, to start.
The National Park Service slashed free-access days from ten to four this year, so be sure to plan ahead.
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