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How Travelers Turn Food Souvenirs Into a Vacation-Inspired Dinner Party

I was sitting on a blustery, balmy ferry deck in the Aegean Sea last August when I started dreaming of a dinner party back home in Brooklyn. I had just finished a nearly two-month solo journey through the Balkans, where local food culture has been heavily influenced by the Ottomans, Italy, and the Adriatic. While…

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Getting a Canada visa: A Filipino traveler’s tips

Getting a Canada visa can be difficult and daunting, so here are some tips remember as you begin applying for one MANILA, Philippines – Canada is on the bucket list of many Filipinos who love to travel for many reasons: exploring Toronto, experiencing Quebec, and hiking in Banff, to name some activities. However, getting a…

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Worlds best (and most memorable) travelers

We recently hosted two traveling couples who rank as the world‘s best travelers (at least, the best that we have met in many a year). They’re both members of the Affordable Travel Club (ATC), and each shared their secrets for traveling widely through the United States and finding unique travel gems without spending a lot…

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What to know about traveling in Japan? 7 tips from frequent travelers

Japan has long captivated travelers. But many of its most famous qualities — from the cuisine to the country’s nationwide culture of civility — can initially be befuddling for outsiders too. To help travelers bridge the cultural gap, CNBC Travel asked frequent visitors for their single best piece of advice when visiting Japan. 1. Speak…

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The World’s Best And Worst Airports, According To Business Travelers

A bad airport experience is always annoying, but holiday goers can at least find solace in the fact that a vacation is waiting for them on the other side — or that they’ve just enjoyed a pleasant trip away before the ordeal of getting home. For those traveling for work, however, there’s no such comfort.…

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Advice From Frequent Winter Travelers

Design by Maitane Romagosa for ThrillistDesign by Maitane Romagosa for Thrillist There’s a reason more people travel in warm weather. Cracking the code to a successful winter trip is no easy feat. There are all kinds of meteorological variables—from sub-zero temperatures to spontaneous blizzards—that can affect travel plans, whether they involve flights or road trips.…

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Meet our 2024 Travelers of the Year

From a family in search of African ancestors to a music icon celebrating her Tennessee roots, our nine Travelers of the Year inspire us to experience the best of the world and, once we’re out the door, help make our journeys more meaningful. They are explorers, boundary breakers, and changemakers who know a thing or…

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