13 Gorgeous Indie Travel Magazines You Should Be Reading

It’s often been said that print is dead, but in recent years there’s been a magazine renaissance, with new, small-circulation titles popping up what seems like every month. Much to our delight, a large portion of these magazines are dedicated to covering travel, and they do so with beautiful layouts, striking covers, gorgeous photography, and unique features. We’ve selected 13 of our favorite indie travel magazines, all of which will are guaranteed to feed your wanderlust. Each one has a unique voice and style, but all of them will transport you to another place. By Annie Bruce
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Fodor's Week in Travel: City Living

No matter what country you’re in, nothing can top the energy of a big city. This week, we’ve covered urban locales from every angle, highlighting great hotels, picking out destination-worthy cultural activities and celebrations, and giving you advice on how to make the most of your trip. Whether you’re looking to escape to Seattle, Paris, or Queens, you’ll find expert info in our weekly roundup. 15 Things Not to Do in Paris Spend your time in France wisely by following this list of 15 things not to do in Paris. 10 Best Hotels in Queens Enjoy stunning Manhattan skyline views and affordable prices at
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Most popular world wonders ranked

More than 8 billion people travel to national parks and reserves every year. A new study lists the most-visited onesTags: UNESCO World Heritage sites
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Aloha Hawaii next for AirAsia X

AirAsia X plans routes to “exotic” destinations including Hawaii while dropping unprofitable ones to meet its forecast of returning to a profit this year.
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10 Best Hotels in Queens

When it comes to affordable visits to New York City, Queens is king, with hotels sprouting up at breakneck speed (touting 101 options at last count, with some 50 more in the pipeline, according to hotel research firm STR). Plus, this little borough that could has been slowly creeping into the tourism spotlight, emerging from the shadows of hip-and-happening sister boroughs Brooklyn and Manhattan, thanks to its world-class arts scene, cultural centers, microbreweries, and ethnic eateries. Next time you're booking a trip to NYC, choose a Queens stay for reasonable rates and more spacious digs, which frequently come paired with
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