The 15 Best Travel Gifts: Cool Presents that Open Up the World
Louis Vuitton serves as the ultimate luxury tour guide with its new collection of city guides. Themed itineraries live alongside LV's top hotel, restaurant, nightclub, shopping, and museum picks.
This kit provides the jet-setter in your life with everything necessary to create the perfect, in-flight cocktail (bar spoon, craft tonic syrup, and linen coaster included). Just follow the recipe, mix, and enjoy.
Away Travel is transforming the luggage market with a sleek, unbreakable bag equipped with a built-in battery and USB port — no more dying phones in the airport. The bag's affordable price tag is merely an added bonus.
Whether you're laying on a beach soaking up the sun or skiing in the French Alps, sunglasses are always a necessity. Try this gold and silver mirror rendition from emerging UK brand Spitfire.
Headphones are a travel necessity, but there's nothing worse than losing a pair of expensive earbuds on vacation. Enter Happy Plugs — they make for the perfect travel companion — sporting a compact case, an affordable price tag, and a chic exterior.
Flying is a sure fire way to cause dry, fatigued skin. This Kenzoki face mist made with fresh lotus water makes a great stocking stuffer for the gal on the go. Just spray liberally for a quick face refresh.
Whether traveling cross country, engaging in a staycation, or jetting towards an international getaway, a quality set of pyjamas is essential while on the road. This silk/satin ensemble from Olivia von Hale won't disappoint.
For the outdoors(wo)man in your life — The Prepster, an emergency survival kit with a luxury twist. In the bag: staple survival gear alongside comforts like Malin + Goetz products, TCHO chocolate, Blue Bottle Coffee, and a solar-powered USB charger.
Skincare should never take a day off, even while you're on vacation. This pint-sized Clarisonic fits perfectly in a carry-on bag. Not to mention, the device comes equipped with a USB charger, just in case you're without a wall outlet.
This classic, embossed passport case from J.McLaughlin will never go out of style. It's sleek lines offer a sophisticated look, while the pop of color ensures that you'll stand out from the crowd.
Paris and New York, two of the world's most popular travel destinations, face off in this whimsical post card box set courtesy artist Vanham Muratyan. Muratyan gives an arty side-by-side comparison of the cities' most popular cultural touchstones.
Dashing through the airport requires comfortable footwear, but comfort needn't exist without style. Enter Brother Vellies' denim slides crafted by artisans in Morocco, then lined with sherpa for guaranteed warmth.
For the avid traveler, documenting each destination is a must. Canon's EOS series is great for snapping photos throughout your trip, whether its capturing an international delicacy in Thailand, or taking a motion pic in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Fujifilm is making it super simple to print your travel photos on-demand. In love with a photo you snapped on your iPhone? Just connect your device to this smart printer, and out comes a polaroid.
From the company that brought you the vacuum of the future — Dyson — comes a high-tech hair dryer that every girl-on-the-go needs in her suitcase. The sleek, petite design makes it the perfect travel companion.
Editor’s note: PaperCity’s counting down the holidays with ultra-curated and distinctive gift guides. Today, assistant digital editor Jailyn Marcel shares her top gift picks for the jet-setter in your life. Tis’ the season for an over-the-top vacation.
Through the power of modern technology, the world is more globalized than ever before — propelling travel culture to the forefront in 2016. Sure, the act of traveling isn’t anything new. The endeavor precedes the current generation by hundreds of years.
But for many, traveling was once a pursuit clouded by careful planning and budgeting — an activity only reserved for special occasions. The rise of bloggers, travel periodicals, booking apps (think Airbnb and Fareness), and an increased curiosity for all things global (blame it on social media) are helping take the world of travel more mainstream. Suddenly anyone can vacation in Belize for under $1000, or grab a one-way ticket to Iceland for less than a pair of designer jeans.
Whether your niece has opted for a gap year to intern in Barcelona, or your sister’s taking a sabbatical to backpack through Europe, there’s sure to be at least one person in your family that’s been bitten by the travel bug.
So cheers to the explorer in your life. These 15 gifts are sure to enhance their adventures for years to come.
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