Sunday July 12, 2020

Travel moves into the slow lane for 2020

From exclusive holiday home swaps to mind-expanding spas and lower-emission boutique cruises, travel is pushing new boundaries of eco-friendly relaxation this year

5th January, 2020
The Royal Mansour in Marrakech

The 2010s were the decade when travel became easier. The arrival of short-term lodging services, the embrace of “second cities” and the rapid growth of budget airlines shrank our globe and made it more intriguing. And the siren song of social media sent us to far-flung corners in search of “authentic”, “local” and “undiscovered” places, or (contrarily) to recreate influencers’ brilliant snaps.

But if travel became...

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