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New original content on the National Geographic Traveller (UK) website

The UK’s roadmap out of lockdown lists 17 May as the earliest date for the easing of restrictions on foreign travel, and the British government has confirmed it’s going to formalise a ‘traffic light’ system, with tougher protocols for countries deemed ‘amber’ or ‘red’. Image: Getty

New original content on the National Geographic Traveller (UK) website

Here are the online-only features shared by National Geographic Traveller (UK) over the past two of weeks:

1 April 2021 — From my city to yours: capoeira master Gilberto da Silva on the beaches and beats of Salvador, Brazil
By Doug Loynes
Among those most affected by the of loss of tourism to Salvador are its capoeiristas, who share their heritage with travellers through performances and classes. In this article, the winner of the Travel Writing Competition 2020 speaks with one of the city’s masters of this Afro-Brazilian martial art.

5 April 2021 — Where to find the best breakfasts in the UK
By Felicity Cloake
From desi dishes in Birmingham to a sticky plum duck benedict in Newcastle, this is a pick of the UK’s 10 best bets for a brilliant breakfast.

6 April 2021 — Six new cookbook releases for summer 2021
By Ross Clarke and Joel Porter
Whether you’re after recipes for simple suppers or complex dishes infused with smoky flavours from the grill, these six soon-to-be-released cookbooks should be on your radar.

9 April 2021 — 12 international iftar dishes to try this Ramadan
By Natasha Amar
This Ramadan, break your fast with these 12 flavourful dishes from around the world, from South Asian snacks to sumptuous Levantine desserts. 

14 April 2021 — Where can I travel abroad this summer?
By Sarah Barrell
With UK’s restrictions on international travel set to be lifted soon, this article looks at the destinations likely to welcome back British travellers.

14 April 2021 — The 15 best bars and pubs in London for outdoor drinks
By Tamsin Wressell
From boutique cocktail joints to art-bedecked rooftop bars and leafy beer gardens, this listicle rounds up 15 of the most atmospheric al fresco drinking spots in the capital — all now open for bookings.