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Mar/Apr 2012

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Cover of Mar/Apr 2012 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: 45 European City Breaks — A tour of Europe through the eyes of our travel experts, from the architecture of Nimes to Berlin’s nightlife and Stockholm’s fashionistas .
  • Destinations: the Peruvian Amazon; Barbados; the unspoilt charm of Bulgaria; a long weekend in the Channel Islands; and our top 10 Dives. Plus Helsinki and Rio de Janeiro city breaks.
  • Real Life: We ask if you can make money from running a travel blog and take a look at how travel can bring education and history to life.


Photography Competition

As a leader in breathtaking you-are-there photography from across the world, National Geographic Traveller launched its inaugural photo competition in September 2012 in association with The Aurora Zone and Tesco. UK photographers were asked to submit their entries in one of six categories: People, Culture, Nature, Landscape, Adventure and City, and the winning photos were published in the Photography Competition supplement, free with the Mar/Apr 2012 issue

Cover of Photography Competition Supplement Mar/Apr 2012 - National Geographic Traveller (UK)


Inside this issue

Hotel Campo de' Fiori


Sleep: Rome

With its myriad palazzi, B&Bs and boutiques, finding a place… Read More»
Nyhavn Canal.


Eat: Great Danes

In recent years Copenhagen has become one of the gourmet… Read More»


Peruvian Amazon: The river wild

The Peruvian Amazon can now be experienced on board a… Read More»


Live like a local: Singapore

Forget Singapore’s dowdy reputation; it’s shaping up for the 21st… Read More»


Myths, legends & folklore in Bulgaria

Bulgaria is slowly but surely being recognised for the enigmatic… Read More»


The fabulous campaigner: Joanna Lumley

Actress Joanna Lumley has several TV travelogues behind her, including… Read More»
Glen Mutel


Out of focus: Glen Mutel

A camera is often the first thing we pack. But… Read More»


45 European city breaks

Whether you follow the footsteps of Dostoevsky in St Petersburg… Read More»


Style & substance: Helsinki

Helsinki revels in its split personality — a city of… Read More»


Borderline insanity: David Whitley

A fascination with maps can lead to all sorts of… Read More»