ISSUE 3 / 2021
How to take back and pick your next vacation
Brooklyn Bridge at dusk is a landmark on the skyline in the city that never sleeps.
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Welcome to the third issue of Arrived.
We’ve officially entered the age of ticking off the bucket list! An era where the pent-up demand for travel is pushing all of us who love travel to go further than we’ve ever been before. Experts are seeing us spend more cash, be more adventurous and wanting to try new things to get our travel revenge after a year of being stuck at home. Revenge travel is well and truly here, so in this issue we cover off the spots of where people are going and how travel has changed in a post-pandemic world. Elsewhere, we visit one of the world’s greatest natural wonders in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, we get a local's guide to Spain's 'Golden' City' and help you fire up those taste buds for a food safari around New York's five boroughs. And then there’s Paris. We’ll always have Paris. It’s a city that leaves a lasting impression on all those who visit its cobblestoned laneways. You’ll want to turn up the sound for this one and let the famous poet Atticus romance you, as he takes Arrived readers on an exclusive lyrical journey around the famous City of Love. Enjoy. Yours in travel,
Jeremy Drake Editor
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