LONDON (3 October 2019) — The November issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) celebrates the flavours of Mexico. From agave to Zacatecas, this is the ultimate epicurean A to Z of the country’s dynamic and diverse cuisine, revealing the ingredients, flavours, regions, dishes and people that make the Central American country one of the world’s most delicious destinations.

From snow-capped peaks to bountiful Caribbean-Pacific waters, cactus plains to mountain pueblos, Mexico’s landscapes are as colourful and varied as the cuisine they produce. There’s some ancient magic in its best-loved recipes, dishes and street snacks, and this feature will help hungry travellers get to know raicilla from tequilla, and nopales from tamales.

Plus, free with the magazine, the latest Winter Sports guide is packed with stories to inspire travel for the coming snow season, including adventurous ideas for families hitting the slopes and the inside track on ski touring and ice climbing for beginners. The guide includes a ski trip on the Italy-Austria border, reveals the prettiest resorts in the French peaks and offers up insider’s tips on finding a bargain ski deal, along with a bumper guide to exploring the Swiss mountains.

ALSO INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Destinations: Discover the crowd-free wildernesses of Zimbabwe; make the challenging journey to Snow Hill Island in Antarctica; spend a long weekend in Ibiza; and explore the ancient sites and thermal waters of Pamukkale in Turkey.

Cities: Urban stories this issue include Seoul, Austin, Dubai, Freiburg and Glasgow.

Smart Traveller: New openings in Tel Aviv; a taste of Sicily; the best rooms in Beirut; a tour of Bolivia’s salt flats; a local’s guide to Bruges; and a trip to County Antrim.

Author Series: Anna Sherman on Tokyo.

Travel Geeks: Ask the Experts includes a first-timer’s guide to Costa Rica, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and exploring Portugal with limited mobility.

PLUS: Win a nine-night trip of a lifetime to Malaysia.

For a 26-page digital sample of our Nov 2019 issue, visit: magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/nov19

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