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Themen | 008/2022 (20.09.2022)
  • WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
    OUR ISSUE DEVOTED TO THE IDEAS SHAPING HOW WE’LL EXPLORE IN YEARS TO COME
  • ARGENTINA WILL GO WILD
    AS A BLUEPRINT FOR REGENERATION IN SOUTH AMERICA, AMBITIOUS PLANS ARE BEING LAID TO CONSERVE THE WETLANDS AND STEPPES OF THE COUNTRY’S MOST EPIC CORNERS
  • THE CITY WILL SPROUT BIG IDEAS
    FOR AN OBJECT LESSON IN HOW TO PIVOT, LOOK TO ROTTERDAM: A POST INDUSTRIAL METROPOLIS ON THE RISE THAT’S PUTTING CLIMATE RESILIENCE AND CREATIVITY FRONT AND CENTRE
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009/2022 (18.10.2022)
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Themen | 010/2022 (22.11.2022)
  • TOP OF THEIR GAME
    WE ROUND UP OUR FAVOURITE AFRICAN SAFARI CAMP OPENINGS FOR WILDLIFE VIEWING WITH ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES
  • Green Shoots
    ON A TRIP TO MOROCCO’S ATLAS MOUNTAINS TO TRACE HIS JEWISH HERITAGE, SAKI KNAFO UNTANGLES DETAILS OF THE PAST AND PLANTS NEW SEEDS FOR THE FUTURE
  • STRANGER THINGS
    A VOYAGE AROUND THE OTHERWORLDLY GALAPAGOS OPENS UP A PREHISTORIC ARCHIPELAGO WHERE PRESERVATION COMES TOP OF THE PECKING ORDER
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Themen | 011/2022 (20.12.2022)
  • HOTELS
    So… despite the setbacks and the delays and just a little bit of trepidation, 2022 was the year we really embraced travel again after pretty much two years of enforced abstinence. And from the responses to the questionnaire that accompanied our Readers’ Choice survey – our 25th awards, and the fourth time we’ve teamed up with our sister title in the USA – it’s clear that you’re intent on making up for lost time. You have the horizon in sight, with footloose plans for overthe-rainbow bucket-list trips and other big-ticket holidays, with more than a quarter saying you planned to travel more than ever before. But even when grounded, you remained curious, arranging staycations and discovering the appeal of close-to-home destinations. All of this feeds into these results – the winners from around the world, from islands and spas to cities and airports. And hotels, of course, lots of hotels and resorts, for which we added extra criteria to this year’s survey, such as accessibility, remote-working potential and how communityminded they are. More results, including your favourite ski resorts in Europe, can be found online at cntraveller.com/readers-choice-awards
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  • CONTRIBUTORS
    THIS MONTH WE ASKED OUR TRAVELLERS WHERE THEY DREAM OF GOING IN AUTUMN
  • WORD OF MOUTH
    UPDATES ON EVERYTHING GAME-CHANGING IN TRAVEL.
  • FALL INTO PLACE
    THE RUSTIC RETREATS AND CREATIVE CORNERS TO SEEK OUT THIS AUTUMN
  • PLAY AND DISPLAY
    LEFTFIELD MUSEUM DESIGN AND INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBITIONS ARE DIALLING UP THE WOW FACTOR GLOBALLY
  • ZEST FOR LIFE
    CLEVERLY DESIGNED AND LOTS OF FUN, THE STANDARD BANGKOK BREAKS WITH THE STATUS QUO BUT KEEPS THE CRISP HOSPITALITY.
  • FLAVOUR HUNTER
    DISPATCHES FROM THE FOODIE FRONTIER.
  • BACK ON TRACK
    THE LATEST OUTPOST FROM RESULTS-DRIVEN SPA LANSERHOF HAS LANDED ON THE GERMAN ISLAND OF SYLT. LYDIA BELL CHECKS IN FOR A ROLLERCOASTER RIDE OF GUT RESETTING
  • CULTURE-HOPPING WITH SANTIGOLD
    THE NUMBER-ONE-ALBUM-SELLING AMERICAN SINGER SHARES HER GO-TO DESTINATIONS AROUND THE WORLD
  • STYLE FILE
    FASHION-FORWARD NOTES FOR ALL SEASONS.
  • SHOPPING IN TBILISI
    WITH A CLUB SCENE TO RIVAL BERLIN’S AND A RISING FASHION PROFILE, GEORGIA’S FORWARD-THINKING CAPITAL IS AT THE VANGUARD OF EASTERN EUROPEAN COOL
  • POSTCARD FROM SEOUL
    FASHION DESIGNER REJINA PYO SHARES HER HOMETOWN HIGHLIGHTS, FROM WHERE TO FIND THE BEST MATCHA ICE CREAM TO THE HERITAGE VILLAGES OFFERING A RESPITE FROM HECTIC URBAN LIFE
  • ALTER EGO
    BEAUTY KITS FOR COSY UK BREAKS AND WINTER-SUN ESCAPES.
  • SPECIAL BRANCH
    OUR JEWELLERY CRUSH ON CORAL STILL RUNS DEEP.
  • BACK TO BLACK
    WATCHMAKERS EXPLORE THE MOST CLASSIC OF SHADES
  • CHIC PEAKS
    WHAT TO PACK FOR LE DOMAINE DE L’ORANGERAIE, SEYCHELLES
  • HOTELS
    So… despite the setbacks and the delays and just a little bit of trepidation, 2022 was the year we really embraced travel again after pretty much two years of enforced abstinence. And from the responses to the questionnaire that accompanied our Readers’ Choice survey – our 25th awards, and the fourth time we’ve teamed up with our sister title in the USA – it’s clear that you’re intent on making up for lost time. You have the horizon in sight, with footloose plans for overthe-rainbow bucket-list trips and other big-ticket holidays, with more than a quarter saying you planned to travel more than ever before. But even when grounded, you remained curious, arranging staycations and discovering the appeal of close-to-home destinations. All of this feeds into these results – the winners from around the world, from islands and spas to cities and airports. And hotels, of course, lots of hotels and resorts, for which we added extra criteria to this year’s survey, such as accessibility, remote-working potential and how communityminded they are. More results, including your favourite ski resorts in Europe, can be found online at cntraveller.com/readers-choice-awards
  • ISLANDS
    Islands can be enchanted and secret, as well as safe havens to hunker down on. They can also be fragile – look at Boracay in the Philippines, a poster child for the highs and lows of tropical tourism, which banned visitors in recent years, allowing locals to rediscover its beauty. Others have come to represent certain ideals, such as the Galápagos, which rated highest for sustainability, and Ibiza, known for a different species of wildlife but also for its food scene. Top culinary marks, though, went to Sicily, which you also appreciated for its scenery – a quality it shares with Capri, Madeira and Maui.
  • BEST CITY FOR SHOPPING TOKYO
    DESPITE COMPETITION FROM DUBAI, BANGKOK AND MILAN, JAPAN’S CAPITAL WINS ON PURCHASE POWER
  • BEST ISLAND FOR FOOD SICILY
    THE MEDITERRANEAN ISLE OUT-COOKED RIVALS SARDINIA AND CRETE TO SECURE ITS CULINARY REPUTATION
  • READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS 2022 RESORTS
    UXUA CASA HOTEL & SPA IN BRAZIL, YOUR HIGHEST SCORING RESORT IN SOUTH AMERICA
  • TOUR OPERATORS
    When it comes to someone showing the way, the reassurance of first-hand knowledge and on-the-ground support feels more essential than ever. And tour operators – whether specialists such as Wild Frontiers or beach-ready The Turquoise Holiday Company – are useful barometers for our travel tastes. Unsurprisingly, after all that pent-up wanderlust, Red Savannah reports a near insatiable demand for islands and Turkish gulets, while Scott Dunn is seeing a growing appreciation for Costa Rica, and Black Tomato’s new Field Trip excursions for children go far beyond oxbow lakes for extra-curricular activities.
  • CITIES
    It was the baroque beauty and downright friendliness of San Miguel de Allende that drew many of our transatlantic readership to Mexico, while Bangkok’s eclectic shopping gave the Thai capital a lift. In the USA, big-hitting Chicago scored for its innovative farm-to-fork restaurants (and all that jazz), while in the UK, Cambridge repeated its women’s boat-race win this year to beat arch rival Oxford, and pipped London to the post for the first time – partly for its arts and culture.
  • AIRLINES & AIRPORTS
    A fair bit of turbulence in these categories recently, though its high-fliers touched down safely – Singapore Airlines scoring top for customer service and food – the latter along with Turkish, Qatar and Emirates – while the USA’s domestic carrier Delta overtook giants such as American and United. In airports, Istanbul, which opened in 2019 with its tulip-shaped control tower, was rated highest for design and security.
  • TRAINS
    It’s always about taking the scenic route (four glorious days for The Canadian to trundle from Toronto to Vancouver) and The Railway Children Return-style nostalgia (see Wes Anderson’s retro-escapist new carriage for Belmond’s British Pullman). For cabin comfort, the Andean Explorer and Venice Simplon-Orient-Express are preferred, but it’s the upgraded Seven Stars in Kyushu – now with just 10 guest rooms and a tea lounge across two carriages – that made you stop in your tracks.
  • CRUISE LINES
    Cruising is booming right now, buoyed partly by the popularity of domestic seacations that hauled in first-time sailors. So much so that Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 34,000-mile world trip for 2024 sold out in just over two hours, while the new adults-only Virgin Voyages, which aims to throw cruise stereotypes overboard, rose to second place in Large Ships. And we’ve introduced a new category this year, showcasing the expedition cruises – small, often sustainable vessels with scientific experts onboard – that follow in the wake of adventurers such as Sir Ernest Shackleton.
  • high and mighty
    zambia has some of the richest wildlife viewing in africa. now two new luxury lodges are raising the bar even further
  • Gently does it
    Away from Bali’s built-up hotspots are villages that still move to a slower, more reflective rhythm
  • CLOUD ATLAS
    HEAVENLY TEXTURES OF CASHMERE AND TWEED ARE STITCHED THROUGH THIS SEASON’S LOOKS ON THE RUGGED ISLAND OF MADEIRA.
  • BACK ON THE TABLE
    LOCKDOWN STRUCK BARCELONA HARD. BUT THE BUZZ HAS RETURNED – THIS TIME IN THE CITY’S OFF-PITCH NEIGHBOURHOODS
  • DAVID ALABA
    THE REAL MADRID FOOTBALLER AND AUSTRIAN EURO 2020 TEAM CAPTAIN LOVES THE SUNNY LOS ANGELES LIFESTYLE BUT NOTHING BEATS RETURNING HOME TO THE SNOWY ALPS OF TYROL
  • YORK
    IN THIS HANDSOME CITY BUILT ON ROMAN, MEDIAEVAL AND GEORGIAN FOUNDATIONS, ARTY STAYS AND ELEVATED MENUS ARE LAYING OUT A MODERN BLUEPRINT. BY JEMIMA SISSONS
  • HALLS OF FAME
    ON THE REBIRTH OF NEW YORK’S LEGENDARY HOTEL CHELSEA, SHERILL TIPPINS SPINS BACK THROUGH ITS ROCK’N’ROLL HISTORY
  • LET YOURSELF GO
    See the world with the most trusted voice in travel
  • RETURN TO JAPAN
    After a long wait for borders to reopen, international travellers have much to catch up on
  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES
    Bookending the famous ‘Golden Route’, Tokyo and Kyoto never lose their lustre
  • HIDDEN HONSHU
    Get off the beaten track on Japan’s main island to discover these cultural highlights
  • NORTH STARS
    Tohoku and Hokkaido promise deep culture and powder snow
  • ISLAND NATION
    Hop from Seto Inland Sea to Kyushu and tropical Okinawa
  • CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER INVITES YOU TO A TASTE OF MALAYSIA
    JOIN US FOR THE LATEST IN OUR CHEF’S WORLD SERIES AT A DINNER WITH CHEF CHAI CHUN BOON IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE DATAI LANGKAWI AND MALAYSIA AIRLINES
  • A BUMPER CROP
    HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR EVENING TASTING THE WINES OF MALTA’S SAN NIKLAW ESTATE IN KING’S CROSS, LONDON
  • ESCAPE ROUTES IN ASSOCIATION WITH VIRGIN GALACTIC
    TAKE OFF INTO SPACE WITH THE LATEST EPISODE IN OUR ONGOING SERIES
  • Escape for winter son
    CHASING THE HEAT IN MEXICO’S PUERTO ESCONDIDO AND ON SOUTH AFRICA’S WEST COAST. PLUS: EPIC GALAPAGOS
  • THE VIEW FROM HERE
    NAMIBIA’S REMOTE ZANNIER SONOP LODGE REVELS IN EPIC DESERT VISTAS