Still wondering how to ring in the New Year? We've enlisted luxury bespoke travel company and expert experience curators, Indagare (think: us, but for travel) to give us the inside scoop on where to go and what to do. Here are five places reassuringly far away from
"Even the best restaurants like the Fish Company are super casual, allowing you to take a vacation from your typical evening attire and stick to a great parka, ski pants and sturdy hiking boots.”
— Melissa Biggs Bradley, CEO & Founder, Indagare
“The souk is the best place to buy carpets, Berber jewelry and vintage caftans or Moroccan jackets. Visit the shops in and around the Majorelle gardens such as the concept store 33 Rue Majorelle, which sells the best fashion and accessories from around the country and has a great café for lunch and for buying spices.” —M.B.B., Indagare.
“Chiang Mai has the most temples of any city in Thailand (about 1,100). Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is considered the symbol of Chiang Mai; it sits atop a peak. The drive up is windy, but the panoramic views make the effort worthwhile.” —M.B.B., Indagare.
“Kreuzberg is one of East Berlin’s most multicultural neighborhoods as well as a hotbed for creative types due to its history as an enclave for immigrants and artists. An innovative spirit pervades the area, with walls of vibrant graffiti throughout and some trendy restaurants,
bars and shops.” —M.B.B., Indagare.