The Independent on Sunday are offering you the chance to get the February issue of Conde Nast Traveller magazine for FREE. Whether you are planning your travels or just wish to escape the British winter from the comfort of your armchair - the pages of Conde Nast Traveller magazine will take you on a journey ...
HOW TO QUALIFY

Simply collect the 2 tokens that we will publish in the Independent on Sunday.

The first is printed below, the second will be printed next Sunday, 25 January.

Affix the 2 tokens to the coupon published in the Independent on Sunday

on 25 January.

Complete the coupon and exchange at your local retail outlet for the

February issue of Conde Nast Traveller magazine.

The closing date for claiming your free magazine is Tuesday 17 February.

Conde Nast Traveller is the monthly magazine for people who have a passion for travel, a perfect way to explore the world through the eyes of the best writers and the best photographers, a magazine for people who live in a world with no boundaries. With an independent editorial policy, Conde Nast Traveller accepts no complimentary trips, has no hidden obligations and is as independent as its readers. Whether it is the adventure of a lifetime, a relaxing holiday or a brief weekend break you are planning, Conde Nast Traveller gives you the inside track and ensures you are there ahead of the crowd.

The February issue of the magazine features Helen Fielding (author of Bridget Jones's Diary) venturing to the heart of

Istanbul, city of mosques and minarets, velour-clad nightclubs and ruthless rug dealers; Alexander Chancellor on restaurants to dine for in the Big Apple; and an insider's guide to the Amalfi coast. Plus Amanda Wakeley

reveals why the spirit of her spring/summer 1998 collections lies in the exotic spice island of Zanzibar. A more disturbing feature explores the underwater world of cyanide divers of south-east Asia. These boys, some as young as eight, put their lives at risk (and endanger the coral reefs) while catching exotic fish. Regular features in the magazine include Long Weekend; Great Drives; fashion, health and beauty; and columns such as the Canny Traveller - for great bargains - and Ombudsman, in which Conde Nast Traveller takes on its readers legal problems.

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