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Cover of September 2013 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: The £250 Challenge We asked four travel writers to each draw up a weekend itinerary for no more than £250. The results ranged from hiking in the Alpine resort of Chamonix to a running tour in Copenhagen, and more.
  • Destinations: Find solitude and spirituality in Ethiopia’s rock churches; take the wild and windswept Overland Track in Tasmania; and explore the caves of Turkey’s Cappadocia. Plus, summer days in New York, and the beguiling Spanish capital of Madrid.
  • Real Life: A mid-life crisis in Miami and film-themed travels for the kids.

 

Inside this issue

Image: Golden Well Hotel

Czech Republic

Sleep: Prague

The Czech capital is blessed with some of Europe’s most… Read More»
Chamonix

Features

Weekends for less: The £250 challenge

How far can you go with 250 pounds and what… Read More»
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Author Series

Author series: Steve Boggan

The author on his love for Hot Springs, Arkansas and… Read More»
Glen Mutel

Columns

Cheap & cheerful: Glen Mutel

Some people dismiss hostels as basic, loud and uncomfortable. But… Read More»
Hiker on the track. Image: Getty

Australia

Tasmania: Windswept & wild

Steeped in convict lore, Tasmania, Australia’s isolated island state, has… Read More»
David Whitley

Columns

Choke on the water: David Whitley

A New Zealand kayak trip exposes the alarming gulf between… Read More»
Cappadocia. Image: Anna Serrano

Turkey

Cappadocia: Kingdom of caves

Surrender your senses to the underground labyrinthe of caves and… Read More»
A priest in Lalibela. Image: Benjamin Eagle

Ethiopia

Ethiopia: On a spiritual high

In Ethiopia’s remote northern highlands, hidden in the rock and… Read More»
Le Bain rooftop lounge at The Standard Hotel.

USA

City Life: New York

Free film screenings, street fairs and supper-club style theatrics… the… Read More»
Image: Getty

United Kingdom

Long weekend: Scottish Highlands

The call of the wild runs deep in Scotland’s atmospheric… Read More»