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Amy Alipio is an associate editor–and in-house #TripLit guru–at National Geographic Traveler magazine. Here are a few fun facts about this erudite explorer.
This month National Geographic Traveler announced 2014’s must-see places in the annual Best of the World feature. From Argentina to Oz, the final lineup reflects what’s authentic, culturally rich, and sustainably minded. Discover what makes these destinations worthy of a visit—and how they ended up on the list.
Pervaded by a spirit of creativity, Nantes has dreamed up a range of resourceful ideas—from mechanical elephants and art walks to a 15th-century castle turned history museum and a warehouse converted into a hammam.
A Buddha carved into rock at the Yungang Grottoes has looked over the bleak plains of northern China for more than 1,500 years. Pilgrims journey to this UNESCO World Heritage site through the gateway city of Datong, a former imperial capital turned soot-stained coal city. But those industrial scars are fading.
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In the November/December issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine, now on newsstands, our editors recommend 20 must-see destinations for 2012. One of the top cities to visit next year: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Why Pittsburgh, you ask? Well, travel writer Christine O’Toole nominated Steel City for “its natural setting that rivals Lisbon and San Francisco, a wealth of…