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4. The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle A stay at this 16th-century castle in the eastern Scottish Highlands, formerly the private
5. Large Ship Line #5: Norwegian Cruise Line While Norwegian’s ships sail in regions around the world, it’s the Breakaway
4. Laguna Beach, California Occupying prime coastal real estate between San Diego and Los Angeles, Laguna Beach is already
Condé Nast Traveler readers cast more than 100,000 votes for their favorite cities in the U.S. in this year’s Readers’ Choice
7. Copenhagen (CPH) Copenhagen’s airport, a main hub for Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle, gets high marks
3. Venice Venice seems to be experiencing serious inundation in more ways than one. In addition to rising water levels that
6. Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) As Miami and Ft. Lauderdale grow ever larger and more crowded, Palm Beach remains
Sure, the Brooklyn and Golden Gate bridges are impressive, but we’re equally smitten by these fear-inducing wood, steel, glass
From hell-themed amusement parks to islands covered with snakes, these are some of the scariest places in the world — visit
For Condé Nast Traveler, by Caitlin Morton. 5. Gettysburg Battlefield, Pennsylvania The battle of Gettysburg was one of the