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Virtuoso Life - The Big Ideas Issue


While some newsstand magazines have a readership of armchair travelers, Virtuoso Life is published exclusively for Virtuoso travel advisors’ top clients – which means you likely hold a passport and you’re not afraid to use it. But it’s a big world: so many places, so little time, and so many ways to do it right. With a new year upon us, now’s the time to make travel resolutions. What are yours? 

Where Next
Eighteen places to go in 2018.

Built for Fun
In winter, Munich is packed with diversions – indoors and out.

Why I Travel
Ruth Peters’ early barnstorming adventures spurred a life of exploration.

Cooking with Gas
Diversity and down-home hospitality spark a culinary boom in Houston.
 
Purpose Is the New Luxury
Trips with lasting takeaways.



© 2018 Virtuoso, LTD.
Virtuoso Traveler

Our go-to hot spot to escape winter’s chill? Yes, it’s the Caribbean. We’re calling it a comeback, but the fact is, nearly three-quarters of the region was unaffected by 2017’s hurricane season, and many islands that received only a glancing blow were back in business soon thereafter. We’ll show you where to go now – and how to support ongoing recovery efforts (hint: It starts with tourism). Also inside our special On the Water issue: haute hotel boats, lakeside retreats, cultural river cruises, inside Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, Venice with kids, and ten key questions to determine if you could be a cruiser (we’re betting the answer is yes).

Caribbean Comeback
After a challenging 2017, the region looks forward to recovery and rebirth.

Could You Be a Cruiser?
A floating hotel has something for everyone. Don’t believe it? Just consider these ten questions. 

Good Going: Simply Serene in Belize
Belize: Less is more on Francis Ford Coppola’s private hideaway, Coral Caye.

Family Time
Venice: For family fun and cultural immersion, the “Floating City” makes a serious splash.

Ask the Advisors
Our experts weigh in on their favorite island escapes.



© 2018 Virtuoso, LTD.