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National Geographic Traveller - June 2016 issue
  • Cover Story: In this month’s cover story, we head to Japan’s historic heartland to experience its customs and traditions.
  • Destinations: We also saddle up for an Argentinian adventure in the Paso de los Patos; journey from snowy peaks to sandy shores in Catalonia; sample the natural larder of Wales; explore Denmark’s great outdoors in Southern Jutland; and meet the people on the Caribbean island of Haiti.

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Inside this issue

Pastel-coloured buildings in Havana, visually-impaired travel. Image: Getty


Cuba: Visually-impaired travel

How do you see the world without sight? An initiative… Read More»
Leopold Museum (District 7, Vienna). Image: Jael Marschner


City life: Vienna

Beyond the famous Ringstrasse lies a Vienna that thinks little… Read More»
Airport expansion. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

Big debate: Airport expansion

With the government expected to make a decision on airport… Read More»
View of the Singapore Science Museum from the Helix Bridge. Image: Duncan Longden


City life: Singapore

A financial powerhouse, a playground for young and old, and… Read More»
Conwy Castle and Harbour, North Wales. Image: Alamy

United Kingdom

Eat: North Wales

Fat, tender mussels, prize-winning vegetables, world-famous sea salt — just… Read More»
Iver Gram shucks an oyster, freshly collected from the Wadden Sea. Image: Matthew James Harrison


Long weekend: Southern Jutland

Enjoy the fruits of the great outdoors in Denmark’s historic… Read More»
Las Fellas, Catalonia. Image: Realizada por Lluís Carro - Carrostudi


Catalonia: Wind of change

A growing appetite for independence means these are interesting times… Read More»
Geisha in traditional make-up and kimono in the Gion district of Kyoto. Image: Getty


Japan: Get to know a geisha

Many customs in the Land of the Rising Sun have… Read More»
My Bed by Tracey Emin, on display at Tate Britain. Image: Tate Photography

Travel Talk

Don't miss: Late at Tate

Strapped for cash? There's a new series of free events… Read More»
Room Mate People, Mexico City. Image: Kenny Viese


Sleep: Mexico City

Visitors are drawn to Mexico City for its intriguing art,… Read More»