whenever i’m traveling to a new city, or even one i’ve been to before but might not be quite up to date on, i always check petite passport. pauline egge is the founder of this invaluable travel blog, a journalist, photographer and worldwide traveler extraordinaire — and she has impeccable taste. i’ve visited many of pauline’s recommendations, from lisbon to barcelona, to amsterdam and beyond and never been disappointed, so i am very excited that she has now published a brand new print magazine by the same name — petite passport.
not only does petite passport magazine include pauline’s amazing and valuable recommendations for cafes, shops and accommodations, but the way it’s been designed by graphic designer Marjolein Delhaas is just stunning and a pleasure to feast your eyes upon — beautiful type, gorgeous photos and places you’re really going to want to go to. so a warning: you will get wanderlust. this first issue features locations like tel aviv, porto, cape town and a journey off the beaten path in france, just to name a few travel-worthy destinations. i couldn’t wait to share, so i snapped a few pages from petite passport — and you can order a copy of your very own printed version or if you’re in a hurry, an online version. bon voyage!