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Learn to Create and Share Your Travel Adventures - A podcast for travelers who love to shoot photos and videos on their holidays. Dan Roitner covers the planning, travel photography, editing and sharing of your travelogue story. Be it simple Facebook posts, photo books, slideshows or learning to make travel movies, everything is kept easy to understand. He brings you a variety of topics to help you pull it all together in a fun and entertaining way. + visit - traveloguecreator.com
 
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A recap of the year's good, bad, and tragic travel moments. After three years of the Travelogue podcast, this is our last episode. We’ve had such an amazing time sharing our travel stories and tips with you, and want to thank you for being such loyal listeners. Read more here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/a-year-in-travel-2018-travelogue-podcas…
 
January 2019 marks the first transatlantic print issue of Condé Nast Traveler—and what better issue to launch with than an exhaustive list of our New York and London editors' favorite hotels, resorts, and cruise ships? In honor of this inaugural edition and our annual best-of-the-best Gold List, we put together a cast of British and American editor…
 
For the most part, travel goes smoothly. But when it doesn't, it seems like it really doesn't: The river cruise you've been waiting the whole year to take is skipping a port you're excited about due to low water levels. Or your flight is delayed. And delayed. Delayed, delayed, delayed again, until eventually, it's canceled. Say you finally get on a…
 
All year long, Condé Nast Traveler editors meet with hotel owners and cruise operators, tourism boards and globe trotters, to pick their brains; we rack up air miles checking out new openings and revisiting places we haven't seen in 20 years. We talk to our peers in the U.K. at Condé Nast Traveller (two Ls, folks) about where they're heading next y…
 
In this week's episode of Travelogue, our editors are walk through our gift guides and give a few hints as to what they're giving this year (and what they're hoping to get). There's a little bit of everything: luggage (Away, of course), stocking stuffers to help reduce your plastic consumption, and the noise-cancelling headphones we've been raving …
 
It's possible, we swear. Tune in to hear: Samantha Brown, host of PBS's Places to Love and mom to five-year-old twins Ellis and Elizabeth; Alex Postman, Condé Nast Traveler's features director and mom to Nell (12), Charlie (17), and Sam (19); Gina Lee, senior director of product at Priceline and mom to Sebastian (4) and Colette (5 months); Brian Su…
 
For many of us, road trips across the U.S. were our first introduction to travel—for others who grew up abroad, the road trip was the pinnacle of American-ness. In this episode, our editors tackle the do's, don'ts, and *oh hell no's* of the road trip. And, as usual with *Traveler* editors, there is no grey area. Only the most navigation-savvy perso…
 
The first thing you need to know is that this is a part two of sorts, to an overtourism podcast episode we ran in 2017. You should probably that episode first. But in this week's episode, we check in on places in almost every stage of overtourism—from the brink of discovery (the Azores), to the one who's got it all figured out (Bhutan), to the city…
 
When 429,000 of you speak, we listen—and then we talk about it on the podcast. If you want to know how the sausage gets made, why editor-favorite Hot List hotels (and destinations) are popping up in our RCAs faster than ever, why we're so freaking excited that Traveler readers voted a hotel like the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore as the number one hotel…
 
Those who know it wouldn't dare call Chicago a second city, so it's no wonder it won the best city in the U.S. in our recently released Readers' Choice Awards. Listen in for intel on where to eat, stay, and play in Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 Condé Nast Traveler
 
Do you opt for the durability of a hard shell or the flexibility of soft canvas? Is a built-in battery a must-have or a frivolous marketing ploy? Does the way a suitcase looks matter more than how smoothly it rolls? These luggage questions spark iron-clad opinions in frequent travelers. So on this week's episode, we hit the proverbial baggage claim…
 
We cover when it's ok to eat with your hands (steak, never; bacon, always), as well as how to navigate all the different utensils, how picky you're allowed to be, and our overall pet peeves. (Don't use flash photography. Just don't.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Every September, knuckles from Maine to Venezuela whiten with the approach of storm season, that 3-month window when the wide stretch of the Atlantic between Dakar and Antigua threatens to fling spirals of torrential rain and wind at our eastern coasts. In this episode, we give you tips on staying safe and protecting your vacation in hurricane zone…
 
Wait. What's that? You still haven't been to Sydney? What the "bloody hell" are you waiting for? Actually, it's all good. Because on this week's episode, our editors who know, love, and, in some cases, have lived in Australia's biggest city tell you exactly what you need to know for your first trip down there. We unpack everything, from why you sho…
 
Do you take a bath? Raid the mini-bar? Work in the lobby? Get your towels replaced every day? Use the hotel safe? As usual, our editors have lots of opinions, and duke it out over hotel do's and don'ts in this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 Condé Nast Traveler
 
It seems fair to say Tony Bourdain changed travel even more than he changed food. He may not have *invented* what we now call “experiential” or “immersive” travel, but it *was* how he rolled, and he did it so completely, so consistently, and on such massive stages that it’s become the default mode of travel for an entire generation, leading to a wh…
 
In this week's episode, we handed the hosting reins over to contributing media editor Mark Ellwood to answer some complicated questions: Is LGBTQ+ travel political just because it's LGBTQ+ travel? Does spending your money as an LGBTQ+ traveler mean you're encouraging anti-queer policies? The answers? That's complicated, too. Learn more about your a…
 
Here at the Traveler office, we may disagree on a few things, but Barcelona isn’t one of them. What’s not to love? The capital of Catalonia is at once a late-night party town and a destination for those seeking time-traveling tranquility; a place where you can be eating Michelin-starred tapas one minute and listening to live jazz on the rooftop of …
 
There are some things that are just too damn big to fit into our little brains: The scale of the universe, the size of a T-Rex, the amount of plastic in our oceans. To wrap our heads around it, we need to resort to analogies, comparisons, or shrink the problem down into something comprehensible—so how's this? The equivalent of an entire NYC garbage…
 
Air travel this summer is going to be nuts: Some 246.1 million passengers will fly on U.S. airlines between June 1 and August 31—an average of about 2.68 million passengers per day, according to the recent forecast from Airlines for America (A4A), a trade group that represents the largest airlines in the U.S. Put more simply? That security line—and…
 
Each year, we vet hundreds (hundreds!) of hotel openings around the world to produce our annual selection of the best of the new: the Hot List. We're not gonna lie, it's a sweet gig. But there's a lot more to the process than simply dialing room service, testing the fluffiness of bathrobes, and hoping the bartender in the (fabulous) lobby bar remem…
 
Everyone has their summer vacation spot—the beach bungalow on the Outer Banks or the Jersey Shore, or the lake house in Michigan or Idaho where the whole family gathers every year. It's wonderful, it's nostalgic, it...gets old. What if you could convince the crew to visit, say, Isla Holbox in Mexico this Fourth of July, where there aren't any crowd…
 
Planning a safari can be overwhelming. So on this week's Travelogue podcast, some of our more seasoned safari-goers chat with a first-timer to talk the malaria threat (the farther south, the lower the risk), where and when to bring your kids, and how to book a camp where your plunge pools might double as elephant drinking holes. We also share some …
 
We called in some experts to school us on National Parks 101: What's the difference between a monument and park? How many are there of each? How long have we had them? Are any of our beloved parks under threat? What does it take to maintain a national park, and can we all help? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
As of today—April 20, natch—recreational marijuana is legal in 9 states plus the District of Columbia. That gives everyone who *doesn't* live in those states a whole new reason to travel. And it’s birthing a new wing of the travel industry, too—one that’s spread roots through everything from food to hotels to souvenir shops. On this week’s podcast …
 
Humans have chased higher understanding around the globe since before recorded history. We may not always recognize them, but those journeys continue today. On the heels of our recently released exploration of Sacred Travel (https://www.cntraveler.com/story/sacred-travel), we're talking about spiritual journeys, including those from our own experie…
 
Pet deaths on a plane are rare, statistically speaking, but any one loss is very real to a pet owner. And when a major airline like United seems to screw up repeatedly, we need to put them on notice. In this week's Travelogue podcast, we cover what you need to know about flying with an animal, be it a cat in a carrier in the cabin, a Great Dane in …
 
On the latest episode of the Travelogue podcast, we dive into all the ways you can be polite and impolite when traveling abroad, covering everything from hugging people in Britain upon meeting them (don't) to passing food with chopsticks in Japan (seriously, don't). Along the way, we talk about how English-speaking countries may be united in langua…
 
This week, we're sharing the first episode of the new season of Women Who Travel, Condé Nast Traveler's second podcast. Hosts Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey chat with Alysia Kezerian and Julia Buckley about their experiences traveling with disabilities. Along the way, we learn how far we've come in terms of accessible travel, but also see how muc…
 
Everyone has heard of Tokyo: its grander-than-grand fish market; its imperial palace; its extravagant street fashions. Being there is a fever dream that you don't want to wake up from. With this in mind, we decided to do a deep dive into the Japanese capital, which was voted the world's best city in this year's Readers' Choice Awards and is feature…
 
You can't cover a whole city in three days (but you can try). With that in mind, we dive into the anatomy of the perfect long weekend in this week's Travelogue podcast—sharing real stats (fact: more people are taking more long weekends) and lessons learned from our own trips. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Olympics or no Olympics, you should get there. Get your own winter games on in PyeongChang or explore one of the most exciting and varied cities in Asia: Seoul. Fair warning: If you're anything like us, you won't be able to get through the podcast without Googling your flight options. And we're emphatically not responsible for any impulse trips to …
 
As airlines change the way they play the game—like adding basic economy seats and unbundling fares—travelers need a new set of hacks to feel a little more in control. Let's start with TSA PreCheck. Do you have it? Why not? No, seriously, tell us why: We debate its merits, along with Global Entry, Mobile Passport, and something called Clear, all of …
 
Here at the Traveler office, we wholeheartedly agree on most things: that Summer Fridays should be taken full advantage of, that you shouldn't let fear get in the way of travel, and that Georgia is a country everyone should visit, like, now. But there are a few areas where the gloves come off and the disagreements fly—and admittedly, most of these …
 
Grabbing a beer to-go while hopping from one venue to the next, where some of the world's best musicians are playing to intimate crowds; a sculpture garden all to yourself; a plate of jambalaya that tastes like it's been perfected over generations one day, modern Israeli fare that will make you question everything you know about hummus the next. If…
 
On this week's Travelogue podcast, we wanted to show the Caribbean—a region very close to our hearts—some much-needed love. Now that we're in the thick of winter, it's the perfect time to book tropical getaways, and we've got a guide for what's happening on each and every island. From post-hurricane updates to our favorite activities (cuddling stin…
 
This week, we're sharing the first episode of "Women Who Travel," a new podcast at Condé Nast Traveler by women, for everyone. You can listen to our other episodes and subscribe anywhere you find podcasts. Join the conversation as we dive into one of our favorite topics: solo travel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
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