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International TravellerInternational Traveller

International Traveller

June 2019 - August 2019

Turn your dreams into reality, with International traveller you will be guided to the most irresistible destinations in the world. Whether you're after an adventure, or a luxury escape this magazine has got you covered

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Australian Traveller Media
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editor’s letter

The impact that cruising has had on the travel industry cannot be underestimated. It’s a much quoted fact that Australians are some of the highest consumers of cruises per capita head of the population in the world; we just can’t get enough of it, it seems. Fitting then that this issue features a number of cruises to far-flung locations across the globe. Our deputy editor Daniel Down jumped on a cruise of Norway’s ›ords, taking in the austere landscape and colourful row houses of the Nordic nation; our chief sub-editor Imogen Eveson, meanwhile, headed to Italy, floating from port to port on its sparkling Mediterranean coast. Steve Madgwick departed the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and took in exotic pit stops such as the Omani capital of Muscat on a cruise…

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international traveller

EDITORIAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Leigh-Ann Pow DEPUTY EDITOR Daniel Down CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Imogen Eveson ART ART DIRECTOR Anita Jokovich EXECUTIVE DESIGNER Rebecca Xu ONLINE DIGITAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Katie Carlin DIGITAL DEPUTY EDITOR Eliza Sholly DIGITAL CAMPAIGN MANAGER Matt Hobbs DIGITAL CAMPAIGN EXECUTIVE Sophie Dellagiacoma SALES & MARKETING SALES MANAGER Michelle O’Callaghan ACCOUNT MANAGER Lilli Dickson NATIVE & COMMERCIAL CONTENT EDITOR Paige Richardson SALES & MARKETING COORDINATOR Siobhan Plowman AUSTRALIAN TRAVELLER MEDIA MANAGING DIRECTOR Quentin Long DIRECTOR Nigel Herbert FULL STACK DEVELOPER Raman Kumar OFFICE & SUBSCRIPTIONS MANAGER Joanna Droulias | subs@internationaltravellermag.com FINANCE DIRECTOR Ken Davison FINANCE MANAGER Maureen Abraham AUSTRALIAN TRAVELLER EDITOR Leigh-Ann Pow SALES MANAGER Marcus James Hurley ACCOUNT MANAGER Ted de Haan ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Nicholas Brunning…

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online

WIN the ultimate European holiday with Cruiseco and MSC Cruises Cruiseco and International Traveller are giving YOU the chance to WIN a European holiday for two, valued at $6500. Visit our ‘Win’ tab for more. THE ULTIMATE JAPAN FOODIE EXPERIENCES The closure of Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market was a blow. But, fear not! We have a Japanese food guide to fill that fish-shaped hole in your stomach… SEE ‘DESTINATIONS’ FOR OUR JAPAN GUIDE 12 OF THE BEST THINGS EVERY FIRST TIMER SHOULD DO IN MALTA Malta might not be at the top of your European bucket list, but perhaps it should be. Discover the highlights of this under-the-radar archipelago. SEE ‘DESTINATIONS’ FOR OUR MALTA GUIDE 20 REASONS TO GO TO ANTARCTICA If ever you needed a reason to take a once-in-a-lifetime voyage to the big white wilderness, here are…

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pillow talk

Gorgeous George, Cape Town Housed over two heritage Cape Town buildings (one Edwardian, the other dating to the 1920s), Gorgeous George definitely lives up to its bold moniker, with each of its 20 rooms and 12 suites exuding a sophisticated industrial chic vibe (thanks to the use of concrete and steel) softened with African influences, Delft-inspired ceramics and a colour palette of blues, whites and greens. There’s a restaurant, bar and sexy rooftop pool terrace. designhotels.com MANDARIN ORIENTAL HYDE PARK, LONDON Originally opened in 1902 (as the Hyde Park Hotel), the grand Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park in London’s well-heeled Knightsbridge district has reopened after a multi-million-pound renovation (and a headline-making blaze that broke out in June 2018 just one week after the completion of works). The interiors have been luxuriously reimagined by designer…

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eating out (and about)

FASHION PLATE Swedish fashion brand H&M’s new flagship home store on London’s Regent Street is a true one-stop shop for fashionable nesters given it also includes an outlet of Swedish eatery It’s Pleat. The cafe was a hit when it launched at H&M in Westfield White City, so the inner-city outlet right in the heart of London’s central shopping district is sure to please, with its menu of dishes that are ‘both super tasty and good for you’ (according to the official line). And once you have finished dining Swedish style you can replicate the Scandi vibe by taking home some of the brand’s cool and affordable designs. pleat.com FIVE OTHER FASHIONABLE CAFES WORTH CHECKING OUT THE BLUE BOX CAFE AT TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK CITY Just about every first line heralding…

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what’s on

Until 1 September LEE KRASNER: LIVING COLOUR LONDON, UK HER NAME AND WORK MAY HAVE BEEN OVERSHADOWED BY HER HUSBAND JACKSON POLLOCK, BUT LEE KRASNER (1908–1984) WAS ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM IN HER OWN RIGHT, AS THIS RETROSPECTIVE OF HER WORK STAGED BY THE BARBICAN – THE FIRST IN EUROPE FOR OVER 50 YEARS – DEMONSTRATES. BARBICAN.ORG.UK Until 15 September FRA ANGELICO AND THE RISE OF THE FLORENTINE RENAISSANCE MADRID, SPAIN THIS EXHIBITION AT THE PRADO MUSEUM, WHICH CELEBRATES ITS 200TH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR, LOOKS BACK TO THE BEGINNINGS OF THE RENAISSANCE IN THE 1420S AND 1430S, CASTING FRA ANGELICO (C. 1395–1455) AS ITS PROTAGONIST. THE PAINTER AND DOMINICAN FRIAR WAS AT THE FOREFRONT OF ARTISTIC INNOVATION IN FLORENCE. MUSEODELPRADO.ES Until 8 December GARRY WINOGRAND: COLOR NEW YORK CITY, USA Garry Winogrand (1928–1984) was one of the most…

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