The Traveler's Essential Magazine: The Return of Town&Country Travel
Posted on March 20 2015
When we received the first edition of Town&Country Travel in the mail, we were beyond excited to share it with everyone. We still remember back before the magazine was discontinued in 2008, and its return left nothing to be desired.
With its gorgeous photography (and we mean gorgeous) and insightfully well-written articles, we spent way too much time perusing through it.
You can find fully complete itineraries for your next vacation, for example if you want to visit Oaxaca, or learn about the best African safari experiences, or figure out what to do in Seattle.
In keeping with their roots (or the roots of Town&Country), the first issue also touches on fashion and shopping. You can learn how to pack correctly for a weekend with expert tips in their article, “The Three-Day Challenge,” and you could also discover the still-surviving small independent, iconic shops in a number of famous cities.
Resort and travel fashion is peppered into articles and photography throughout, providing enough entertainment for any fashionista.
In the Editor’s Letter at the very beginning of the magazine, Jay Fielden divulges, “this issue is a ticket to some of the most extraordinary places and experiences on earth.” He was not exaggerating. This issue includes an article that divulges some of the most unique travel experiences you can have on your next vacation.
Does having a private dinner on the Great Wall of China sound interesting? This issue not only tells you how, but it also tells you whom to contact complete with phone numbers and email addresses.
More than anything, it was the stunning photos that won us over in this fist issue. Take a look at the photography featured in “The Places They Go.”
No matter how many times we open up this magazine, we immediately feel transported to far-off lands. We can imagine having those once in a lifetime experiences presented on each page, and it’s hard to stop ourselves from jetting off. For now, we’ll content ourselves by looking forward to the next issue of Town&Country Travel, and we highly recommend you pick one up too.