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  1. Hemispheres Magazine

    Are you staying close to home these days but missing the excitement of new destinations? Relive the fun of international travel by browsing through Hemispheres, United Airlines’ award-winning onboard magazine.

    Exploration
  2. The Statesider

    “We’re only selling one thing: the idea that our country is immense, diverse, and infinitely interesting.” Co-founded by travel writers Pam Mandel and Andy Murdock, The Statesider newsletter compiles the most interesting stories about U.S. travel, culture, food, landscapes, and more.  

    Culture
  3. To What Place

    At To What Place, expat Jaughna shares stories about food and travel from destinations less commonly explored. Her blog won the Saveur Reader’s Choice and Editor’s Choice awards for “Best Culinary Travel Blog” this year.

    Cooking
  4. Quirky Wanderer

    “Travel for me was an escape earlier but now it’s the best source of learning I can ever get. It’s an exchange, between places and me. People and me. Stories and me.” Divsi Gupta shares her adventures around the world at The Quirky Wanderer. Her doors of photographs are especially stunning.

    Exploration
  5. Home Is a Mug of Coffee

    “Just like the countless options on my office’s hot drinks machine, I fell in love with a fresh sense of possibility — that there was more than one way to live my life.” In this illustrated longread, Candace Rose Rardon reflects on coffee, life, and finding herself, no matter where she is in the world.

    Art
  6. Travel Massive Blog

    The Travel Massive blog publishes stories from its global community of travel industry leaders and creators. Learn about their events, chapters, and members who are shaping the future of travel.

    Business
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  7. Wanderlust

    Wanderlust is a wonderful hub of travel writing from a range of contributors. From finding petrified lava in Iceland to how to explore the Northwest with two dogs and a cat called Stevie — explore a vast array of different stories.

    Travel
  8. Find Us Lost

    Find Us Lost is Selena Taylor’s stylish, highly curated travel blog that features destination guides and inspiration for modern world travelers.

    Exploration
    Images via Find Us Lost
  9. Matador Network

    “Travel fearlessly.” Matador Network is a tribe of millions of travelers across the globe with an unquenchable thirst for adventure and exploration.

    Exploration
    Photo by Leon Macapagal from Pexels
  10. Rough Guides

    On the online hub of Rough Guides — a popular publisher of travel guidebooks — you can explore a destination, read features, get travel advice, and more.

    Exploration
  11. Nowhere

    “In an age when stories are getting shorter and content dumbed-down, we are taking a different path.” Nowhere publishes longform and literary travel writing.

    Essay
  12. Stranger’s Guide

    “The world is changing. So should the way we cover it.” Stranger’s Guide publishes place-based writing and is committed to “multi-dimensional views of locations, showcasing writers native to each place.”

    Essay
  13. Ten Poems about Travel

    No matter where your journey takes you in 2019, what better way to kick it off than with 10 travel-themed poems, lovingly collected by the editors at JSTOR Daily?

    Inspiration
  14. The Agenda

    Tablet Hotels’ magazine, The Agenda, offers healthy doses of glossy escapism and travel inspiration for jet-setters, couch-surfers, and armchair travellers alike.

    Design
  15. Environment