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Catch up with some of the latest National Geographic Traveller (UK) digital pieces


Catch up with some of the latest National Geographic Traveller (UK) digital pieces

In case you missed them, here are some of the digital-only articles featured on nationalgeographic.co.uk/travel in December.

Culinary neighbourhoods: seven London hotspots for international cuisine – 8 December
By Joel Porter
From Colombian in north London to Korean in the south, the capital is home to an array of international culinary enclaves. Click here to learn more.

Breaking bread: black tea and beshbarmak in southern Kazakhstan – 15 December
By Abigail King
A family meal in the city of Turkistan proves the perfect time to discuss the country’s three decades of independence, its nomadic customs, and the importance of horse meat to Kazak cuisine. Read the feature here.

The best European cities for flea markets – 18 December
By Amanda Canning
Bargain-hunters are spoilt for choice when it comes to European antiques markets. Take the car for a weekend break and stock up on everything from mid-century furniture to vintage lighting. To learn more, click here.

10 of the best hot cocktails from around the world – 18 December
By Rebecca Seal
Whether it’s Polish mulled beer or festive Mexican punch, there’s an array of hot alcoholic drinks to warm you up this winter: click here to take a look.

Editors’ picks: our favourite travel photography in 2021
Our editors select their favourite images from the print and online versions of National Geographic Traveller (UK) and National Geographic Traveller Food. [do we need to have ‘(UK)’ after Food, like we do Nat Geo Traveller?] Click here to see their choices.

Our 12 most-read travel features of 2021
The pandemic hasn’t stopped our readers dreaming about travel. From vegan food and outdoor bars to city guides and campervanning, here are the 12 most-read articles of the past year.

A calendar of New Year celebrations around the world – 31 December
By Tamsin Wressell
As many people gear up to celebrate the start of their New Year at the beginning of January, this feature gives us a look at how different cultures and countries mark the beginning of a new year in this feature.