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News  /  5th November 2021

Digital National Geographic Traveller (UK) pieces

Head to the fabled Douro region in northern Portugal, to sample some of the finest unfortified Douro red wines and witness rows of vertiginous vineyards. Image: Getty

Digital National Geographic Traveller (UK) pieces

Catch up with the articles that went live on nationalgeographic.co.uk/travel over the past few weeks.

The best new boutique hotels in New Orleans for 2021 — 1 Sept
By Zoey Goto
Louisiana’s legendary city is now pairing its reputation for partying with a sideline in chic, upmarket boutiques that double down on character and history — from a rejuvenated convent in the Marigny to a renovated warehouse in the French Quarter.

Eight of the best culinary experiences in the American Deep South — 3 September
By Ellen Himelfarb
Drawing on produce from the sultry bayous of Louisiana all the way to Georgia’s Atlantic coastline, and influenced by waves of immigration over the centuries, the gastronomic highlights of the Deep South vary region to region.

Five London drinking dens that’ll transport you to another place – 8 September
By Nora Wallaya
With several thousand pubs and bars in the English capital, choosing a spot to raise a glass with friends is no simple feat. So, for the travel-lovers out there, we’ve lined up a selection that’ll momentarily whisk you away from the Big Smoke.

How to experience the wine harvest in Europe — 15 September
By Nina Caplan
We round up six of the best wineries in Europe to visit this autumn.

Meet the adventurer: Paralympic cyclist Karen Darke on harnessing negative thinking and future expeditions — 18 September
By Sacha Scoging
At the age of 21, Karen suffered a mountaineering accident that left her paralysed from the waist down. Since then, she’s gone on to become a two-time Paralympic medallist and has hand biked, sit-skied and kayaked across every continent.

Six alternatives to the Cornish coast to explore this autumn — 24 September
By Connor McGovern
It’s hard not to be drawn in by Cornwall’s charm, but there are plenty of unforgettable coastal escapes to try elsewhere in the UK.

How can I get involved in coral reef restoration projects? — 29 September
By Rhonda Carrier
From the Florida Keys to Fiji, there are plenty of ways to help make a positive impact on coral reefs around the world. Here are six projects to get involved with on your travels.