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City guide to Rome

CITY GUIDE: Rome

It’s time to do as the Romans do in the Eternal City, with our guide to eating, drinking, shopping and everything in between. By Megan Arkinstall and Patrick Higgins

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A traveller is met with beauty and hospitality in Iran

Beauty and belonging in Iran

A tale of beauty and belonging is found in the streets of Iran. By Penny Colvin.

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Boquerones on pear and toast at Dehesa Charcuterie & Tapas Bar, Winnipeg, Canada.

World-class food in Winnipeg? Who’d have thunk it!

In the middle of the Canadian prairies, Quentin Long was not really sure how he would eat. Then he found a vegan raw food bar, and that was just the beginning.

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How to make economy class feel like first

How to make economy class feel like first

Let’s face it, travelling in business or first class is out of reach for most of us. But our jet setting editor Leigh-Ann Pow has picked up a few tips along her travels to make economy feel like first class (or at least premium economy) without the expense.

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Local horse races on Sumba Island, eastern Indonesia

Indonesia beyond Bali

Countless Australians travel the well-worn trail to Bali each year, and then decry its crowds and commercialism, not knowing that just a quick flight east there’s a clutch of unspoilt islands where hair braiding (and sometimes power) is nowhere to be seen. Words by Samantha Brown.

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Co-founder of International Traveller magazine, Nigel Herbert
International Traveller turns 2!

International Traveller magazine celebrates it’s second birthday this issue, so we marked the occasion with a stellar birthday bash last night with 80 special guests at QT Sydney. Guests were hosted by founders Quentin Long and Nigel Herbert,  as well as our editorial director Leigh-Ann Pow. A special thanks to Meerea Park Wines, Peter Lehmann Wines, Pulicati and… Read more…

The Residence with Etihad Airways
Etihad’s uber luxury class

If economy is not your thing and if you’ve got some serious money to spend, you can always book Etihad’s über luxury class, The Residence. Just as many airlines are attempting to bridge the gap between classes with better designed planes, premium economy offerings and lots of little extras in economy, Etihad Airways has gone… Read more…

Aro Ha Wellness, just outside of Queenstown, New Zealand
Blissing out at Aro Ha Wellness

Physical wellbeing meets emotional awareness, softened by stunning surrounds at New Zealand’s new Aro Ha Wellness Chris Madison and Damian Chaparro are unlikely bedfellows: Chris is a former hedge fund wunderkind who made big money on the world financial markets, while Damian, raised by a hippy mother, is a world-class wellness educator. They met when… Read more…

Banyan Tours now offer exotic cycle tours through India
ATTN Bike Lovers: Pedal-Powered Travels Ahead

In celebration of the Tour de France, there’s plenty of news in bike travel… With the news that the first leg of this year’s Tour de France, commencing 5 July, will wend its way through the picturesque English countryside of Yorkshire on its way to London and then, naturally, to France, all things pedal-powered are… Read more…

The notorious Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison
Five reasons to visit South Africa NOW

There’s a buzz about South Africa right now – here are five reasons why it’s been dubbed the place to visit this year… 1. The New York Times named Cape Town the number one destination to visit in 2014, and there’s certainly lots to see and do to justify the title 2. Nelson Mandela, dubbed the… Read more…

It’s Cruise Week and Celebrity Cruises is celebrating with special deals

Celebrity Cruise

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European tours with a real difference

View of Palacio da Pena in Sintra, Portugal

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It’s easy to see the sights of Europe: To stand in long lines, push through the crowds, and generally have the same standard-issue European holiday as everyone else. But that’s not good enough for Tauck – and it’s not good enough for you.
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Where fairytales were born

Just off the Fairytale Route is the enchanting Rothenburg ob der Tauber Plönlein square, Germany.

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Nowhere is the legacy of folklore more abundantly celebrated and more apparent than on the trail of the Brothers Grimm: the German Fairytale Route. 
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Ireland the ‘Wild Atlantic’ way

Horsepower Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland

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Meet the Wild Atlantic Way, 2400km of the Emerald Isle’s wildest, woolliest yet most hospitable coast line, ready to be explored and  enjoyed at your leisure.

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