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Cover of May 2015 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: Our appetite for Italy continues in our cover story this issue, where we interview a handful of locals with a flair for cooking and all things Italian, from high fashion to heavenly gelato.
  • Destinations: We step aboard the Seven Stars high-speed service around Kyushu — the most southwesterly nugget of the Japanese archipelago; discover the down-to-earth and dazzling Caribbean island of Anguilla; meet the natives in New Zealand; and explore the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia in our picture story.

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Travel Talk

Best of the travel blogs: June 2015

We pick out the best travel blogs this month, including… Read More»
Tallinn City Guide: Raekoja plats

Estonia

City life: Tallinn

With visible layers of history — from medieval to baroque… Read More»
View of the bay of Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand. Image: Getty

New Zealand

New Zealand: Meet the natives

Thanks to conservation initiatives, New Zealand has managed to protect… Read More»

USA

Sleep: New York

In the City That Never Sleeps, you sometimes have to.… Read More»
Participants get stuck in at the Bear Grylls Survival Academy. Image: Bear Grylls Survival Academy

Features

Survival of the fittest

Good food, creature comforts. Just two things you’re unlikely to… Read More»
One of the many cafes in Hoi An, Vietnam. Image: AWL Images

Vietnam

Eat: Hoi An

With its Japanese, Chinese and French influences, the former Vietnamese… Read More»
Tandem skydive with Wheelchair Travelling. Image: Wheelchair Travelling

Features

Accessible travel

Travellers with a long-term health problem or disability are often… Read More»
Massimo Spigaroli serves friends, Antica Corte Pallavicina. Image: Getty

Italy

Italy: Made by artisans

Italy has long been home to artisans producing top-quality foods… Read More»

Columns

Paying the price: Julia Buckley

You might want to think twice before snapping up a… Read More»

Author Series

Notes from an author: Tom Chesshyre

The author unearths a darker side to the Indian Ocean… Read More»