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Anthony Bourdain Debuts New Digital Travel Guide

The online travel guide is an editorial partnership between CNN and the independent journal Roads & Kingdoms

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The guide covers all the places Bourdain has traveled.

In 2013, Anthony Bourdain partnered with CNN to launch the first episode of Parts Unknown, a show dedicated to travel and food. Now, Bourdain has inspired a digital spinoff of the series, Explore Parts Unknown.

"I couldn't be more proud or excited about this amazing passion project finally coming together," Bourdain told Condé Nast Traveler. "What Roads & Kingdoms and CNN have done and will do together enriches and expands on Parts Unknown in thrilling new ways with infinite possibilities."

The online travel guide aims to allow users to take a deeper dive into Bourdain’s excursions through exclusive videos, field notes, and fact sheets to continue the conversation after each episode, according to CNN.

The website is broken down into four categories, Eat, Drink, Know, and Go, which cover topics in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and South America.

Bourdain super-fans can expect new content to be available on the site every Thursday before a new episode of Parts Unknown airs on Sunday.


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