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This month’s cover story focuses on Tokyo — from the outre trends of Harajuku and the neon maze of Shinjuku to the technology and subcultures of Akihabara, Japan’s capital is a megalopolis made up of distinct neighbourhoods. Elsewhere, we discover Belize’s Maya heritage and conservation triumphs; take a hike from Deal to Folkestone and find storied landscapes and arty seaside towns; sample the soul food, jazz clubs and markets of Harlem, Manhattan’s most famous Black neighbourhood; and explore Namibia’s remote region of Kunene.

Art & soul

A HAVEN FOR LOVERS OF THE ARTS, SAN FRANCISCO IS CELEBRATING A STRING OF OPENINGS AND ANNIVERSARIES WITH A CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Art & soul

2 mins

A TASTE OF Nigeria

FRESH FRUIT, SPICY SOUPS AND YAMS IN MANY GUISES ALL PLAY A PART IN NIGERIAN FOOD CULTURE

A TASTE OF Nigeria

2 mins

Dubrovnik

SEA VIEWS AND ELEGANT DECOR TAKE CENTRE STAGE IN THE PEARL OF THE ADRIATIC'S HOTEL SCENE

Dubrovnik

2 mins

TRONDHEIM

From its pristine fjords to fertile forests, the Norwegian city draws heavily on the landscape when it comes to its culinary offerings, with a new generation of chefs and producers championing the area's rich, natural bounty

TRONDHEIM

7 mins

TOKYO

Japan's capital is a megalopolis made up of distinct neighbourhoods, each with their own character. The outré trends of HARAJUKU make it a mecca for independent fashion, while the neon maze of SHINJUKU, with its countless cocktail bars, offers in-the-know revellers an unforgettable night out. Less famous but vital to Tokyo's cultural tapestry is CHIYODA CITY, home to the Imperial Palace and its landscaped gardens, and ODAIBA, a manufactured island housing hallucinogenic, futuristic museums. AKIHABARA continues to be the birthplace of technology and subcultures that go global, while in chichi GINZA, the world's best sushi awaits. Tokyo may be impossible to explore fully, but with our guide to the best 'hoods, there's plenty of fun to be had trying

TOKYO

10+ mins

REEF, RAINFOREST & ANCIENT RUINS

Caribbean beach towns cradled by an almighty barrier reef and showstopping Maya citadels half buried in rainforest are among Belize’s crown jewels. But a journey through the small Central American nation reveals hidden facets, too: a patchwork of distinct communities, from Mennonite to Maya, and conservation projects safeguarding nature for future generations

REEF, RAINFOREST & ANCIENT RUINS

10+ mins

THE EDGE OF ENGLAND

FEW STRETCHES OF THE ENGLAND COAST PATH ARE AS STORIED AS THE 20 MILES CONNECTING THE KENT TOWNS OF DEAL, DOVER AND FOLKESTONE. RISING OVER COLOSSAL CHALK HEADLANDS, THE HIKING ROUTE COMES ALIVE WITH TALES OF ROMAN GENERALS, RAF SQUADRONS AND SMUGGLERS. BUT FAR FROM LIVING IN THE PAST, EACH COMMUNITY PASSED IS CULTIVATING A BUZZY NEW REPUTATION IN THE PRESENT DAY

THE EDGE OF ENGLAND

10+ mins

Namibia

IN THE COUNTRY'S NORTHWESTERN CORNER IS KUNENE, A REGION OF VAST DESERT SCAPES FORMED TENS OF MILLIONS OF YEARS AGO. HERE, ANIMALS AND PEOPLE HAVE ADAPTED TO LIVE IN SOME OF AFRICA'S HARSHEST CONDITIONS, THRIVING IN A LANDSCAPE THAT OFFERS FEW RESOURCES. FOR TRAVELLERS SEEKING SPACE, SILENCE AND STAR-STUDDED SKIES, FEW DESTINATIONS COME CLOSE

Namibia

2 mins

NEW YORK

Known for its civil rights history, soul food and thriving music scene, Harlem is attracting a new wave of travellers keen to appreciate the community and culture of New York's most influential Black neighbourhood

NEW YORK

10+ mins

PRAGUE

Famed for its historic beauty, the Czech capital rewards travellers who look beyond its golden-stoned Old Town dig deeper and discover a new side defined by edgy arts, innovative eats and hip boutiques

PRAGUE

7 mins

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National Geographic Traveller (UK) Magazine Description:

PublisherAPL Media

CategoryTravel

LanguageEnglish

Frequency10 Issues/Year

National Geographic Traveller is a monthly travel magazine published by National Geographic Partners. It was first published in 1987 and is currently one of the most popular travel magazines in the world.

The magazine covers all aspects of travel, from destination guides to cultural features to photography. It also features interviews with travel writers and photographers, as well as recipes from around the world.

National Geographic Traveller is a popular read for many people who are interested in travel and exploration. It is known for its high-quality photography and informative content, and it has helped millions of people plan their dream vacations.

Here are some of the things you can expect from National Geographic Traveller magazine:

* Destination guides to the world's most popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations
* Cultural features on the people, places, and food of different countries
* Photography from some of the world's best travel photographers
* Interviews with travel writers and photographers
* Recipes from around the world

If you're looking for a magazine that will help you plan your next vacation, then National Geographic Traveller is a good choice. Subscribe today and start dreaming of your next trip!

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