Charleston (one of America's oldest cities) remains a living
museum of Southern hospitality.
But its lively restaurant and arts scene make it a buzzy cultural destination, too.
Stay:The Dewberry, a high-design hub popular with cool locals and visitors.
See and Do:Head over to Drayton Hall plantation house to see a prime example of Georgian Palladian architecture. Make sure you save time for a spot of antique-ing (look for Fritz Porter and John Pope).
Meet the continent’s next big thing. “Portugal is newly energized with a young and diverse
population,” says Indagare's Amelia Osborne Scott, “There’s a renaissance happening—and well-heeled travelers are taking notice.”
Famous for ultra-luxurious hotels, insiders love St. Barth's
for its mix of l’art de vivre with a laid-back
tropical ease. “Thankfully, much of what I love
doesn’t change: Saline beach, the two-hour lunch custom and its
sophisticated yet bohemian French spirit.”—Melissa Biggs Bradley
It's the world’s smallest, highest and driest desert. In other words: you’ll find few places on earth as dramatic. Red rock canyons, vast sand dunes, crystalline salt flats and hidden hot springs make it a true adventurer’s (not to mention Instagrammer’s) paradise.
Stay:With only 8 rooms, the authentic Awasi is also super exclusive.
See and Do:Visit the spectacular Moon Valley. Spend the rest of your time stargazing the crystal-clear constellations.