LONDON (5 April 2019) — What’s your favourite city? This is the question we asked 57 of our travel writers. And while you might be able to guess some of the answers, there were a few surprises. Why these places? Well, we asked our writers to justify themselves, and the results raised some interesting questions [...]
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The team at APL Media hosted an event with members of the Latin American Travel Association on Tuesday evening to showcase the wide array of exciting projects that APL creates, including trade and consumer publications, digital products and events. The event took place at Wallacespace in Clerkenwell, London, and was moderated by editorial manager Jo [...]
26-PAGE DIGITAL EZINE SAMPLE magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/apr19 LONDON (7 March 2019) — In this issue we go beyond Cape Town, the Wine Route, and Kruger’s famed Big Five to discover a different side to South Africa. This is a land of lush deserts and magical coastlines, of lesser-known national parks, dynamic neighbourhoods and enterprising locals. We sent [...]
4 March 2019, London: The Travel Media Awards, in association with Malta Tourism Authority, is now open for entries. The 2019 awards continues to recognise the hugely influential role the travel media industry plays in the holiday and travel business decision-making process, and brings with it this year a new venue and revised categories. For the [...]
National Geographic Traveller (UK) has announced the winners of its prestigious Photography Competition 2019, in association with Donegal Tourism. The grand prize winner is Daniel Burton, whose image of a mountain gorilla earns him a wildlife photography adventure in the Tatra Mountains of Slovakia, courtesy of Tatra Photography. Chris Hudson, art director at National Geographic [...]
National Geographic Traveller (UK) has announced the finalists of its Photography Competition 2019, in association with Donegal Tourism. Launched in 2011, the prestigious annual competition seeks the UK’s best new travel photography talent across five categories: Cities; Nature; People; Food; and Portfolio. The overall winner will be sent on a photographic commission for National Geographic [...]
natgeotraveller.co.uk/food National Geographic Traveller Food has picked out 17 of the world’s greatest culinary hotspots, to help you put food at the heart of your travel plans in 2019. In the latest issue, distributed free with March’s National Geographic Traveller, we celebrate the destinations that feel as though they were created with food lovers in [...]
26-PAGE DIGITAL EZINE SAMPLE magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/mar19 LONDON (7 February 2019) — California may have a reputation for sun-kissed surfers and Hollywood bling, but this issue’s cover story explores a wilder side of the Golden State. Think boho beach communities, alternative desert towns, and vast, wild landscapes of redwood forest, snow-capped mountains and dormant volcanoes. We sent [...]
Introducing the National Geographic Traveller Food Festival, in partnership with Budapest — Spice of Europe
Award-winning magazine National Geographic Traveller (UK) will be hosting a two-day food festival on 23 and 24 March at Highbury Fields, London. The inaugural event will offer a unique range of dining, learning and drink experiences from around the globe, including tasting kitchens, cooking demonstrations and interviews with top chefs and food writers. Tickets are [...]
26-PAGE DIGITAL EZINE SAMPLE magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/jan19 LONDON (6 December 2018) — This month we reveal the places that made our Cool List 2019 — from booming gastronomic hotspots to up-and-coming cities, this is the last word in where you should visit in the year to come. Our team of editors, writers and industry experts have compiled [...]