SHARE HOW YOU EXPLORE THE WORLD
We're hard at work developing our guide to remarkable destinations around the world to inspire your vacations in 2018 and beyond. This digital magazine will be available exclusively to existing and new Compass & Key subscribers.
As part of the guide, we want to showcase how the Compass & Key community is planning for 2018 travel. All it takes is a minute or two to fill out the 4-question survey below. We'll feature all the holiday trends from our favorite travelers (that's you) in the guide.
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A SNEAK PEAK
The Compass & Key 2018 Destination Guide curates 18 exciting places in three categories: cities, national parks, and countries. Here is a small sampling:
These Mediterranean Islands have been a crossroads of history for thousands of years. Step back in time to explore the oldest temples in the world. Its capital city, Valletta, is celebrating its status as a European Capital of Culture with events all year.
The rolling hills and stunning countryside of England's Lake District National Park has served as inspiration for artists, writers, and travelers for centuries. Its recent World Heritage site designation reinforces what many already knew: this is a must-visit destination.
The recent earthquakes can't stop this dynamic cultural capital and model of urban regeneration. The first city from the Americas to receive the designation of World Design Capital, expect innovative events and programs throughout the year.
New direct flights from European hubs make this Eurasian country more accessible than ever. Tucked between Russia and Turkey, the Republic of Georgia is often noted as the birthplace of wine and offers exceptional natural beauty and unrivaled hospitality.
By 1910, old-growth Redwood trees were at risk of disappearing forever after a century of logging. Celebrate the preservation of these majestic forests and miles of pristine California coastline at Redwood National Park during a milestone year.
New Orleans is authentic, resilient, and beloved. One of our favorite cities in the world, this southern gem melds French and Spanish influences in its culture and cuisine. In true Mardi Gras style, New Orleans is rolling out the red carpet in honor of its Tricentennial, and you should be there.