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Tucked away in the Alps, Switzerland is easily one of the most beautiful countries in the world—and on our list for the top 40. While every country in the world has something to offer, beauty is a hard thing to quantify, which is why we let the World Economic Forum do much of the work for us. Click the link in bio for the top picks from the "attractiveness" section of WEF's annual report (plus, some of our editors’ favorites, too).
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, travel restrictions are constantly emerging—and not just internationally. A decent number of state travel restrictions have come up, to help tame spiking numbers (in cases like Florida) and to preserve hard-fought decreasing infection numbers (as in New York). Some states have imposed a mandatory quarantine upon arrival; in other destinations, negative COVID-19 tests must be presented to enter. Whether you're considering a short summer road trip, or looking to visit loved ones, we've rounded up every U.S. state with travel restrictions so you know how to prepare for crossing state borders. Link in bio for our complete guide to COVID state travel restrictions right now.
With air travel largely on pause, it seems everyone is turning to the classic road trip this summer. For those on the West Coast, that means picking between sun-drenched drives through southern California's deserts, wooded escapes in the Pacific Northwest, or long weekends driving deep into Oregon on the Columbia River Highway. Find nine of our favorite West Coast road trips (including where to eat, sleep, and find the best photo opps along the way) at the link in bio.
Condé Nast Traveler’s summer issue is part of our brand’s global Under One Sky initiative, in collaboration with all of our international editions, in which we collectively reflect on the people, places, and experiences that make travel so special. To help, we called on the industry’s top names, our favorite tastemakers, and the best writers around to share their tales and tips. The result is a cover-to-cover love letter to trip-taking, a perfect read in a summer when nobody is taking the vacations they thought they would be taking, which lets us dream about all the exploring we will do when the time is right. 🌙 Subscribe to get your copy at the link in bio.
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You know Amsterdam's oh-so-famous central canal, rightly dubbed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Add to that swathes of green spaces, storied red-brick facades, and museums filled with Van Gogh paintings, and you have yourself one of Europe's most gorgeous cultural epicenters—and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Link in bio to see all 50 of our favorites. Did yours make the list?
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest, just east of Page, Arizona. The narrow, undulating spaces between rock formations allow for vivid patterns when sunlight filters through the striated stone. ✨ You can easily see why it's on our list of the most beautiful places in America. Click the link in bio to see all 50 of them, and then come back and tell us how many you've visited—and which ones are going to the top of your must-see list.
Today’s mental vacation: these dreamy Airbnbs in the South of France—a.k.a. the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region—home to some of our favorite towns. There are big names like Cannes, Marseilles, and Nice in the area, but there are plenty of smaller towns to enjoy, like Menton, Grasse, and Cassis. If you want to live out your provincial French fantasy—whether it's smack on the beach, in a historic old town apartment, a multi-acre château, or in Julia Child's own kitchen—click the link in bio for some of our favorites.
Located in the North Atlantic Ocean near Scotland are the Faroe Islands. Literally translating to “sheep's island," the mountainous region is made up of 18 islands in total and is home to 70,000 sheep, outweighing the number of locals. But the island is strikingly beautiful, too, with picturesque mountains, jagged coastlines, and green forests, easily making it one of the most beautiful places in the world. See all 50 of our top picks for the world’s greatest hits at the link in bio.
Whether a trip to Yosemite National Park is just a few hours' drive away from home or something you're dreaming of taking once we can safely hop on a plane again, there is plenty of lodging to be found both inside the park's gates and in the surrounding towns, from nearby Mariposa to Twain Harte, a small mountain town whose slogan is “more trees than people.” We pulled together the best Airbnb rentals nearby, all with an abundance of windows looking out over Yosemite's lush trees and vistas. 🌙 Link in bio.
Beloved for its endless green hills and fascinating history, Edinburgh looks great in all seasons. Aside from its beautiful Gothic buildings, cobblestoned Royal Mile, and 12th-century castle keeping watch on a hilltop, it also happens to have an extinct volcano within its parameters. While Europe has no shortage of natural beauty, it's the cities like this that keep us dreaming about going back. From Budapest to St. Petersburg, explore the 20 most beautiful cities in Europe at the link in bio. What city would you add to this list?
We might not all be able to travel to Europe right now while the coronavirus continues to circulate, but we can still dream of the best beaches in Europe to plot our next coastal escape—like Milos, which might just be the untouched Greek island you've been searching for, with a mythological-looking landscape and the bluest water in the Cyclades. Case in point: Sarakiniko Beach. ☀️ Its large, sun-bleached rocks, eroded by saltwater, stretch out over the sea, giving the impression that you're standing on the moon. Link in bio for 24 more of the best beaches in Europe.
Filled with antique shops, almost 100 churches, and trattorias serving hearty Tuscan fare, the walled city of Lucca is missing one thing: the crush of tourists that can overwhelm some of its neighbors, which makes it not just a lovely place to visit, but a welcome respite as well. Want to keep exploring more gems like this? While no list of "bests" or "tops" from among the thousands of possibilities could be definitive, we've done our best to round up the most beautiful places in Italy at the link in bio. How many have you been to?