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Travel + Leisure June 2020

TRAVEL + LEISURE™ is an indispensable guide to where to stay, what to eat, and what to do around the globe. Every month, TRAVEL + LEISURE™ puts easy trip ideas, itineraries, and insider information right at your fingertips. Get advice from our travel experts and view the magazine's award-winning photography. The digital edition of TRAVEL + LEISURE™ has all the tools you need to take you where you want to go.

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12 Números

en este número

6 min.
letter from the editor

CONTRIBUTORS 1. Ingrid Rojas Contreras THAT ISLAND SPIRIT(P. 82) “In Puerto Rico, everyone’s helping out,” notes the Colombian novelist, who visited the island last summer. “I even met a lawyer who was leading the restoration of a historic ruin.” When Rojas Contreras wasn’t talking to locals about Hurricane Maria recovery efforts, she immersed herself in the island’s more carefree side—which included hitting the dance floor and eating local specialties like bacalaítos (cod fritters). 2. Armando Rafael LASTING IMPRESSIONS (P. 56) For this issue, the photographer documented Art Deco buildings in Porto, Portugal, where he’s been traveling since childhood. “Lisbon may get all the hype,” says Rafael, who lives in New York City, “but Porto has grit and character.” Some of his favorite spots include Oficina, a restaurant set within a former mechanic’s garage, and BOP, a…

1 min.
we’re all in this together

At Meredith, publisher of Travel + Leisure and other well-known magazines, our mission has always been to inform, inspire, and entertain our readers. In this extraordinary and uncertain period, we are, more than ever, dedicated to providing you with honest information, stories of inspiration, and the advice and guidance to help you navigate these turbulent times – and to make your life a little easier. We recognize the sacrifices and challenges you face, and we want you to know that all of us at Meredith, through each of our magazines and digital properties, are committed to serving your needs at this critical time and beyond. We are especially grateful for the dedication and bravery of the first-responders and the everyday heroes on the front lines of this crisis. We wish them, you, and…

3 min.
a comic odyssey

A GLOBETROTTER’S GUIDE TO THE LATEST IN TRAVEL SOME PEOPLE have all the luck. Over the past 10 years, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have collaborated on four iterations of The Trip, a TV series turned feature-film franchise that has taken the pair to some of Europe’s most enchanting landscapes (the Italian island of Capri and the Spanish port city of Santander) and finest restaurants (the Michelin two-starred L’Enclume in England’s Lake District). Directed by Michael Winterbottom, their final jaunt—out now on streaming platforms—is frequently hilarious and often touching, following Coogan and Brydon as they travel around Greece, visiting ancient ruins and swapping banter over decadent meals. Their itinerary, based loosely on Homer’s Odyssey, begins at Troy, the site of which is in present-day Turkey, then carries them to historic landmarks…

1 min.
my dream summer getaway

“Fiji is at the top of my list. The island has so many wonderful hotels that are perfect for families—like the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, which has free nanny service for small children and a great kids’ club.”— T+L A-LIST TRAVEL ADVISOR SUSANNE HAMER (SUSANNE.H@TRAVELSTORE.COM)“My favorite trips combine hiking and wild swimming. You can do both around Lake Van, Turkey’s largest inland body of water, where the slopes of a group of dormant volcanoes are ideal for trekking.”— T+L A-LIST TRAVEL ADVISOR AMELIA STEWART (AMELIA@ORIGINALTRAVEL.CO.UK)…

1 min.
taking flight

Many travel companies have taken steps to limit their carbon impact in recent years, but few can say they’ve gone as far as Roar Africa (roarafrica.com), the high-end outfitter known for its deep connections to conservation causes across the continent and a reader favorite in T+L’s World’s Best Awards. Its latest itinerary is verifiably carbon-negative, says founder Deborah Calmeyer, who has dreamed up an epic 14-day adventure aboard a private jet that will shuttle just 10 guests to the mountains of Rwanda, Botswana’s Okavango Delta, Tanzania’s Serengeti Plain, and Victoria Falls, with a stay in Zimbabwe. Along the way, travelers will sleep in some of Africa’s most luxurious lodges, including Duba Plains Camp and Singita Kwitonda Lodge, while offsetting the impact of their trip by funding solar projects and clean-water…

1 min.
island special

THE HONEY BEE Made with honeydew juice, rosemary-honey syrup, and Angostura bitters, this sweet highballis served at Marée Lounge, a clubby bar at the Loren at Pink Beach. thelorenhotel.com. THE PARADISE CLUB Inspired by a frothy pre-Prohibition cocktail called the Clover Club, this drink, which you can sip at the Paradise Club at Rosewood Bermuda, includes Campari, lemon juice, raspberries, and an egg white. rosewoodhotels.com. LONGTAIL NEGRONI It might take some doing to find the well-hidden Hamilton speakeasy Yours Truly, but when you do, try this Bermuda-inspired twist on the classic cocktail, made with Aperol, sweet vermouth, grapefruit bitters, and rose water. yourstruly.bm. CARDINAL’S CLUTCH Served at Hamilton seafood mainstay Barracuda, this spin on a French 75 has poppy cordial, fresh lime juice, and Peychaud’s bitters, with a splash of champagne on top. barracuda-grill.com. FROM TOP: GETTY IMAGES/NATIONAL…