Travel writer and columnist

Christopher Muther

Muther is a travel writer and columnist for the Boston Globe, covering everything from local haunts to global destinations and travel trends. Previous to writing about travel, the University of Massachusetts graduate covered fashion and style for the G section of the Globe and served as an adjunct professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

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A guide to seeing the very bizarre

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The book and website “Atlas Obscura” shows travelers where to find Buddhist temples made of beer bottles, an upside-down house in Poland, and a statue of a child-eating man.


The Qvest

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I’ve stayed in many boutique hotels, but I’m convinced that the Qvest in Cologne is the boutique-iest of them all.

Check in: Row NYC

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The New York hotel offers a disappointing take on contemporary lodging.

A 100-foot trip from terror to joy

By , Globe Staff

Hundreds of thousands of Germans have tried a sport that involves rappelling off skyscrapers