It’s official: Jennifer Aniston is the world's most beautiful woman. The actress, who was honored with the distinction by People magazine, is also, of course, a noted globe-trotter and friend to the travel world. Between work and pleasure, the world's most beautiful woman has visited some of the world's most beautiful places, from Paris to Cabo, from Bora Bora to Telluride. Plus, she was in that one amazing Emirates Airline commercial, where she got to show off her beautiful in-flight lifestyle.
Interested in traveling like the actress? Read on.
Book a romantic getaway:
In a recent trip to the City of Lights, Aniston and her husband Justin Theroux took in the best Parisian view of all from the famed restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne, for Valentine's Day. And when they’ve visited the romantic city before, the duo was spotted strolling along the Tuileries Gardens.
Hit the slopes for the holidays:
The two also enjoyed a ski trip this past Christmas in Colorado alongside Jason Bateman and his family renting out a gorgeous mountainside cabin and hitting the slopes.
Have a go-to getaway:
The self-admitted sun worshiper might just favor the beach over any destination. The actress has been a long time fan of Mexico and has booked an extended stay several times at the luxurious One & Only Palmilla. She even celebrated her 41st birthday there.
Go all out for your honeymoon:
Create a plane ritual:
As someone who travels so much, Aniston is bound to have some routines. The A-lister even once revealed her flying superstition. “If I walk onto an airplane, I always have to go on with my right foot first and tap the outside of the plane. I have always done it. For luck,” she told Yahoo Health. “Someone told me to do it, and I don’t remember when that was. But it’s kind of stuck.”
Maintain a healthy routine:
She also revealed that she maintains her enviable figure while on-the-go by packing a salad before boarding the plane, loading up on a ton of water, packing her Mandy Ingber workout DVD and resistance bands, and going for a 30-minute run when she lands in her destination.