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Generations of Vermont family farmers have handed down a distinct tradition of self-sufficiency, which has fed a thriving DIY culture of artisans, craft brewers (it’s the state with the most breweries per capita), and locavore chefs. Conservation and adventure intertwine on hiking and biking trails and at the Northeast’s favorite ski resorts. Perhaps the largest virtue of the Green Mountain State’s modest size is that its urban, rural, and wilderness attractions are all within conquering range over three perfect—and often surprising—days.
“Glamping” earned a spot in the Oxford English Dictionary in 2016, and since then the trend—camping, but make it fashion, basically—has grown exponentially, both in terms of options and fabulousness. Now, roughing it is a thing of the past. Here are our five favorite places to experience the great outdoors in style.
Thanks to its shiny, larger-than-life skyscrapers and sprawling sand dunes, Dubai is a popular Middle Eastern hotspot for luxury and adventure travel. But the city is filled with more than just oversized attractions. It also offers an assortment of underrated food options, ranging from experiential dining tours to local hidden gems. These experiences are easier to access than ever before, with United now offering direct flights from Newark/New York—the only U.S. airline flying nonstop to Dubai.
From the shores of the Persian Gulf to the shadows of Mount Fuji, from an ultra-luxe retreat above New York City’s streets to a historic hideaway in the English countryside, these are our 20 favorite hotels to open in the past year.
Málaga, in the Andalusian region of southern Spain, is often thought of as merely a gateway to the beaches of the Costa Del Sol. But there’s plenty about this city that makes it a great destination in its own right, from its rich cultural heritage to its burgeoning restaurant scene and some of the balmiest weather in Europe. With direct United flights from New York/Newark beginning soon, there has never been a better time to go.
There is no shortage of incredible destinations for art lovers just outside the city, ranging from open-air museums with acres upon acres of outdoor sculptures to unassuming industrial facilities with astounding contemporary collections. Here, ten of the best day trips from New York City for art lovers, with many attractions just a short train ride away.