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Brangelina No More: Looking Back at The Couple's Globetrotting Adventures

Features & Advice | Janeen Christoff | September 21, 2016

Brangelina No More: Looking Back at The Couple's Globetrotting Adventures

PHOTO: Brangelina in happier times at the Cannes Film Festival. (courtesy Flickr/Nils Sautter, all others courtesy Thinkstock

One of the things Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie did well together was travel. This was one of the world’s most global celebrity couples — and now it’s time, apparently, to say goodbye. The pair filed for divorce this week and the Internet is abuzz with the news. Branglina may be broken up, but their travels will live on and Travel + Leisure has compiled some of the best. 

Did it all start with a stroll in Southern Italy? The couple was caught on camera strolling around town one day while shooting the movie “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” 

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In 2006, they were speeding through the streets of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam during Thanksgiving. They reportedly dined at a popular Vietnamese restaurant that was once an old temple. 

They returned to Vietnam last year during Christmas with their kids and kayaked in Halong Bay.

A week earlier, the couple was in Cambodia where they toured a former Khmer Rouge death camp that is now a genocide museum and Jolie met with officials to discuss forest conservation. 

They also took the kids to Mumbai, India, that same year while filming for “A Mighty Heart.” Photogs snapped pics of the couple strolling through the streets of the city with their children and talking to tourists. 

The couple and their children toured Venice in 2010. Europe would prove to be a popular locale for the family. They have an estate, Chateau Miraval, in the South of France, where they were married in 2014.


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