LONDON (5 March 2020) — This issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) celebrates Ireland’s cultural heritage. Whether it’s exploring the thriving arts movement, tasting the culinary revolution, tapping our feet to the best new music or diving into the surf scene for a weekend away, the island of Ireland — Northern and Republic — is alive with stories and experiences.

Discover Limerick’s historic Milk Market, Belfast’s music scene, Dublin’s craft spirit boom and Derry’s art scene, and find out what the ‘new Ireland’ is all about.

ALSO INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Destinations: Meet alternative communities in the canyons of New Mexico’s high desert; explore the storied hamlets, ice caves and gorges of Austria’s Alpine Hochkönig region; and discover Greek life on the idyllic Ionian isle of Kefalonia.

Urban stories this issue include Bologna, Kigali, Vancouver, Singapore, Copenhagen and Angers.

Smart Traveller: Plymouth celebrates the Mayflower’s 400th anniversary; Versailles’ grand opening; the best rooms in Muscat; a Maori road trip through New Zealand; and an insider guide to Brno.

Author Series: Kiran Millwood Hargrave on Norway.

Travel Geeks: Ask the Experts has advice on insurance during a pandemic, where’s high enough for a late ski trip and where to head for a cultural break in the Caribbean.

PLUS: Win a six-night trip to Botswana with Natural Selection and Audley Travel.

Also in this issue is the Travel Writing Competition 2020, with the chance to win a 14-day trip to Vietnam, courtesy of TUI Tours.

For a 26-page digital sample of our April 2020 issue, visit: magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/apr20

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