Hottest Travel Destinations of 2013

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Courtesy of Bachelor Farmer

We reveal the year’s hottest travel destinations, from a still-undiscovered corner of Italy to an unexpected foodie mecca in the American heartland.

Minneapolis

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Chefs in America’s most Scandinavian city have embraced the foraging-and-farming ethos of Copenhagen’s famed Noma. The pioneering Bachelor Farmer ($$$) has the city’s first-ever rooftop garden. In June, the American Swedish Institute opened Fika ($$), serving smörgås (open-faced sandwiches). The next place to watch: Union ($$$), run by Noma alum Jim Christiansen.

Hottest Travel Destinations of 2013

Minneapolis

Chefs in America’s most Scandinavian city have embraced the foraging-and-farming ethos of Copenhagen’s famed Noma. The pioneering Bachelor Farmer ($$$) has the city’s first-ever rooftop garden. In June, the American Swedish Institute opened Fika ($$), serving smörgås (open-faced sandwiches). The next place to watch: Union ($$$), run by Noma alum Jim Christiansen.

Courtesy of Bachelor Farmer
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