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April marks the halfway point for the 2016 GT Tested Reader Survey awards voting. The open-ended ballot runs yearly in the magazine and online from January to August, and you, our valued readers and true travel experts, can vote for your favorites in a number of industry-related categories, from airlines… [read more]

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American Airlines Lets You Fly Like a VIP in Los Angeles

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While in Athens, Head Out to the Legendary Ruins at Cape Sounion

By Felicity Long

One of the prettiest — and easiest — daytrips from Athens is to Cape Sounion, about 40 miles southeast of the city. The ruins of the temple of Poseidon are nearly as impressive as the Acropolis itself, but without the crowds during the day. At sunset, though, it’s a different… [read more]

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From Jaipur, Join a Bespoke Tour Through India’s Gold Triangle

By Becca Hensley

After business in Jaipur, join a Micato Safaris bespoke tour of the Golden Triangle region — or beyond. With customized itineraries, offices in India and deeply rooted contacts across the nation, the award-winning outfitter turns your trip into a magic carpet ride that brims with insider experiences. So called for… [read more]

British Virgin Islands

Go Way Out in the British Virgin Islands

By Richard Newton

The main British Virgin Islands are not exactly frenetic, but if you decide you truly want to get away from it all, the largely uninhabited Out Islands are for you: a constellation of more than 40 islands and cays with names that range from mundane (Norman Island, Peter Island) to… [read more]


Explore Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Best-Preserved Classical Cities

By Sharon McDonnell

From Naples, Italy, visitors can easily reach the two best-preserved cities in the classical world, Pompeii and Herculaneum, destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in the year 79. Just ride the Circumvesuviana train line, next to bored-looking commuters going to the modern towns of Ercolano and Pompei. It’s startling to see a… [read more]

Table Mountain

Table Mountain Serves Spectacular Views of Cape Town

By Sharon King Hoge

With iconic Table Mountain looming as a backdrop, it’s tempting to take a break and get outdoors in Cape Town. One of the city’s most popular attractions is a cable car ride to the summit of the city’s flat-topped prominent landmark. Riders have two choices: the lower station on Tafelberg… [read more]



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