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October 2015

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Cover of October 2015 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: Feeling the pinch? Take a lesson in how to be a sneaky shoestring traveller with our cover story, where we round up great escapes for less than £300.
  • Destinations: We journey all the way to the southernmost tip of Florida where it gets a bit wild — think swamp alligators, pythons, and a motley crew of eccentric locals. We also island-hop around the Seychelles and go skiing in South Korea
  • Cities: Check in to Tokyo’s top hotels, explore the cities of Bruges, Genoa and Manchester.

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Inside this issue

Szechenyi Thermal Baths, Budapest. Image: Corbis


Europe’s best budget breaks

If you had a £300 travel budget what would you… Read More»


All in the same boat: David Whitley

Ultimately, it’s not where you go or how you get… Read More»
Porto Antico. Image: Giulio Mazzarini


City life: Genoa

Once a mercantile superpower, Genoa wears its history on its… Read More»
Licancabur, Atacama Desert, near the Chile-Bolivia border


Chile: High and dry

Barren yet beautiful, the world’s loftiest, most parched desert is… Read More»
The canals of Bruges. Image: Jael Marschner


City life: Bruges

A new breed of creative entrepreneurs and chefs are adding… Read More»
Surfer waiting the waves. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

The big story: Shark attack

With Australian surfer Mick Fanning’s recent and well-documented plucky escape… Read More»
Aman Tokyo. Tokyo hotels


Sleep: Tokyo

There’s no shortage of hi-tech, high fashion and high jinks… Read More»
Pear and roquefort salad with caramelised walnuts, Criterión

Travel Talk

Food: South America

A fresh generation of chefs and a spectacular natural larder… Read More»
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, South America. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

9 tips for first-timers in South America

Heading to South America? Here's nine things every first-timer needs… Read More»
Josh Kolbo installation at Frieze London

Travel Talk

Don't miss: Frieze London

This art fair is a cultural must, but how do… Read More»