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2018 Gift Guide: For the Traveler

20 November 2018
by Giadzy

2018 Gift Guide: For the Traveler

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The most-wanted gifts for the jet-setter in your life

If they spend more time in the air than on the ground, these travel-inspired gifts are their passport to joy in any time zone.

Monogram Beauty Box, $40 +
This catch-all travel bag is perfect for whatever your need is! Even better, you can get it monogrammed however you like.

Rose Gold Scratch Map, $39

There's no better wall display for a globe-trotter than this! Scratch off every place you've been to reveal an array of vibrant colors for an ever-changing piece of wall art.

Katie Parla Cooking Classes in Rome

When it comes to the who's-who in Rome, there's nobody with a better palette and knowledge of cuisine than Katie Parla. Embarking on a Parla Tour or taking a cooking class is a more-than-worthy investment on your trip to Italy's capital- Giada took this class on her last trip, and loved it!

Santa Maria Novella Rose Water, $35

When traveling, especially in a plane, hydration is key! This is one of Giada's favorite products straight from Florence, Italy. This natural rose water cleanses, purifies and tones skin, keeping you feeling fresh for your next destination.

How To Read The Menu: France, Italy & Spain, $11.95

You probably know your antipasti by now, but do you know your dégustation or a la brasa?


Lipault Original Plume Spinner, $220

Welcome to the carry-on of your dreams! This water-proof, durable suitcase features four spinner wheels and a pull handle for maximum functionality.

Wireless Headphones Transmitter, $39.99

This will be your new favorite gadget for long flights! Connect this transmitter to any headphone jack, including the one for in-flight entertainment, and sit back and relax with your airpods or wireless headphones.

Italy Tea Towels, $16

Where to? A graphic map of one of Italian cities reminiscent of vintage travel posters makes this cotton tea towel a great serving piece as well as a tireless kitchen tool - use it to line a bread basket, lay under a cheese board, or nestle glassware around the punch bowl in style.


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