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National Geographic Traveller - October 2016
  • Cover story: We’re off to New York to tell tales from the five boroughs — Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.
  • Destinations: We head to Canada to explore the icy shores of Fogo Island; follow in the footsteps of David Livingstone across Botswana; journey through Antarctica on board the National Geographic Explorer; spend a long weekend in the Douro Valley; and tuck into the unique larder of Macau.

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Alexander Hamilton's The Grange. Image: Alamy

USA

Manhattan: Alexander Hamilton’s moving story

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Travel Talk

Tech traveller: Geek trips

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Grand train pop-up in northern Paris

Travel Talk

Pop-ups in Paris

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Norfolk. Image: Visit England/Iain Lewis

United Kingdom

Stay at home: North Norfolk

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Street art in Garbatella, Rome

Italy

Rome's neighbourhoods

From a pottery mountain to cool Pigneto, there are plenty… Read More»

Travel Talk

At the chef's table: Mark Hix in Lyme Bay

Native Dorset chef Mark Hix reveals the best fish to… Read More»
Bear Grylls Festival

Travel Talk

Do it now: Bear Grylls Festival

Could you build a shelter in the wilderness or tolerate… Read More»
Stockholm. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

Ask the experts: Stockholm archipelago self-guided tours

Need advice for your next trip? Are you after recommendations,… Read More»
The Secrets of the Seas

Travel Talk

What we're reading: October 2016

Explore the lesser-seen depths of the world's oceans with a… Read More»
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USA

Staten Island: Into the unknown

New York's most residential, least-populated borough is hardly known for… Read More»