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POLISH CARPATHIANS

In southern Poland, among the pastures of the Beskids mountain ranges and the Podhale region, Gorals (ethnic highlanders) uphold cheesemaking traditions dating back hundreds of years. Each summer, during the grazing season, head shepherds and their helpers take residence in distinct wooden cabins and make sheep’s cheese. Their huts are located near hiking trails and are accessible to tourists who come for a taste of this delicious local speciality

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

A river through time

Australia’s longest river cuts a slow course from the remote Snowy Mountains of New South Wales through the Outback to the Southern Ocean. More a meander than a mighty waterway, the Murray’s banks are nonetheless lined with monumental stories that have shaped the continent — plucky tales of immigration, determined irrigation and visionary agriculture that today incorporates some of the nation’s finest vineyards

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

SARDINIA

Wild and windswept, Italy’s second-largest island offers a weekend of active adventures, archaeological sites and some of the finest beaches in the Mediterranean.

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

JOHANNESBURG

Leafy Jo’burg’s treasures extend well beyond its historic gold mines, from arts districts bedecked with murals to a rejuvenated inner-city park and exciting dining venues

9 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

HONG KONG

Between the steely skyscrapers and lush greenery, Hong Kong’s hotels are some of the finest in Asia, and with new openings and revamps across the city, the hotel scene is more spectacular than ever before.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

THE ROAD OUTWEST

Prospectors, outlaws and early Mormon settlers all carved their way through the dramatic topography of Utah, each group leaving their mark on the story of America. Centuries later, this is still a land of discovery, best explored in the classic comfort of an Airstream trailer — a silver bullet snaking between national parks seeped in local myths

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

THE FOREIGN OFFICE

TOURIST OFFICES, TRAVEL COMPANIES AND EVEN CONVENTIONAL EMPLOYERS ARE MAKING ‘WORKCATIONS’ EASIER THAN EVER BEFORE. DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO JOIN THE GROWING RANKS OF REMOTE WORKERS SETTING UP OFFICES ON BEACHES AND IN HOTEL CAFES? MEET THE PEOPLE WHO, AS A RESULT OF THE PANDEMIC, HAVE DRAMATICALLY CHANGED THEIR WORKING LIVES.

9 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

ZEELAND

This coastal Dutch province — its name translated as ‘Land on Sea’ — is a place where local producers have an intense connection to the water, making the most of its natural bounty.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

The secret life of sake

FROM BOISTEROUS BARS IN TOKYO TO BUCOLIC BREWERIES IN THE HINTERLAND BEYOND THE CAPITAL, SAKE IS INTERTWINED WITH JAPAN’S CULTURAL AND SPIRITUAL LIFE

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

PEKING DUCK

Offering an irresistible combination of flavours and textures, this classic Chinese dish has a long and complex history — and a cooking process to match

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

FIVE WAYS WITH Anchovies

THESE DIVISIVE LITTLE FISH ADD A DOSE OF UMAMI TO ANY DISH.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

A Green Light For Travel?

The UK government has formalised its traffic light system, which categorises travel destinations based on their covid-19 risk. How does it work, where can you go and will it bring a return to international travel this summer?

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

Need Advice For Your Next Trip? Ask The Experts

Need advice for your next trip? Are you after recommendations, tips and guidance? The travel geeks have the answers…

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

ASK THE EXPERTS

OUR PANEL ANSWERS YOUR CULINARY QUERIES, INCLUDING HOW TO MAKE WELSH RAREBIT AND WHERE TO FIND CORNWALL’S BEST PUBS WITH ROOMS

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

British oysters

SHELLFISH IS NOT ONLY ABUNDANT ON OUR SHORES, BUT INCREASINGLY AFFORDABLE, TOO

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

BELOW THE SURFACE

AT FIRST GLANCE, THE SPANISH TOWN OF ARANDA DE DUERO LOOKS LIKE ANY OTHER. BUT BENEATH IT AND ITS SURROUNDINGS YOU ’LL FIND UNDERGROUND WINERIES SERVING REDS, WHITES AND TEMPTING LOCAL CUISINE

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

21 Adventures: Big Trips For The Year Ahead

Seeking inspiration for your next big adventure? Then look no further. From paddling through the wilds of western Canada to riding the rails through Siberia, dipping a toe in the Amazon and sleeping in the shadow of Sudan’s great pyramids, our thrill-seeking travel writers have selected their favourite adventurous forays. The only thing left for you to do is to decide which unique experience should be next on your travel hitlist

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
July - August 2021

MEXICO CITY

From casual cantinas to smart seafood restaurants, the Mexican capital is full of flavour, with a culinary heritage that draws on influences including Aztec, Spanish and Lebanese

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

FLORIDA KEYS

Stretching from the southern tip of Florida almost as far as Cuba, this US archipelago is the place to go for fresh fish, potent rum and, of course, Key limes

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

Italy's FINEST

FROM FRESHLY PRESSED OLIVE OIL ON TOASTED TUSCAN BREAD TO PILLOW Y PASTA TOPPED WITH THE BEST PARMESAN, OUR CHEFS AND WRITERS DISH UP SEVEN SERVINGS OF ITALIAN CUISINE

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

NATIVE AT BROWNS

HAVING PREVIOUSLY DECAMPED TO A HARD -TO -REACH ISLAND, NATIVE IS BACK IN THE HEART OF THE CAPITAL, SERVING FOOD THAT’S AS PRETTY AS IT IS DELICIOUS

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

SEAN SHERMAN: THE PIONEER

MINNESOTA-BASED CHEF SEAN SHERMAN PAYS HOMAGE TO HIS NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE BY CREATING EXPERIMENTAL DISHES USING ONLY THE INDIGENOUS INGREDIENTS KNOWN TO HIS ANCESTORS.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

Pick-Your-Own Farms

Pick-your-own farms are set for a post-lockdown boom this summer, as people look to support local businesses and spend more time outdoors. Here are five of our favourites

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Food #12 Summer 2021

OF SALT & STARS

The dramatic moonscapes of Chile’s Atacama Desert are anything but vacant. Dotted with ruins and richly tattooed with ancient petroglyphs, this high-altitude playground, popular with adventurous travellers, is also a repository of stories. Hike into mineral-coated canyons and camp out under brilliant night skies to discover how this arid landscape offers a gateway to the past

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

Literary landscapes THE MAN OF LA MANCHA

On a quest to restore chivalry to the nation, Spain’s greatest literary hero — the idealistic nobleman Don Quixote — roamed the vast central region of Castile-La Mancha. And this stark landscape, with its dramatic plains and hidden caves, forms an inspiring backdrop to a whole new canon of stories.

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

NORFOLK

Tracing a golden thread against the North Sea, the salty shores of North Norfolk are an undisputed highlight of the English coastline. Wend your way east from the marshes of Brancaster, home to some of the country’s finest seafood, through the streets of Cley next the Sea and on to the town of Cromer, with its grand pier jutting out into the surf. And in between these picturesque pit stops is a gentle, serene landscape, where the wind and water have shaped the lives of locals for centuries

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

HAWKE'S BAY

On the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, the city of Napier and surrounding Hawke’s Bay region are synonymous with homegrown produce, from wine to figs and seafood.

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

SICILY EMPTY COASTS, OLIVE GROVES & OLD-WORLD CHARM

Sicily is one of Italy’s best-loved destinations, with serious class and timeless appeal. Choose between two sumptuous hotels on opposite sides of the island — both ideal bases from which to explore

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National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

GANGWON WHERE NORTH MEETS SOUTH

A province divided during the Korean War, Gangwon is South Korea’s natural gem, where a visit to the most fortified border on earth can be paired with hiking through spectacular scenery. North Korea is a presence that always lingers, but people here still pray one day to be reunited.

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

DUBLIN

From grande dames and Georgian townhouses to street art-inspired boutiques and self-catering gems, the Irish capital’s eclectic hotel scene is more exciting than ever before.

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller (UK)
June 2021

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