23 November 2017

National Geographic Traveler Releases Winter Issue

In the winter issue of National Geographic Traveler:
Focus: Fishing as a part of cultural heritage;
Ideas for the road;
Letters: Experts answer letters from readers;
A Point on the Map: Leeuwarden, the Netherlands;
Food and the World: Uzbek cuisine;
Navigator: Tourism news;
Impressions: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;
Out for a Stroll: The Neustadt quarter, Dresden;
Strategy: Answers to the most popular questions about Schengen visas;
Our Choice: A gastronomical journey where to go and what to try;
Guide: Berlin residents share the German capitals most fashionable places, markets, and galleries;
Report: British Columbia the wildest Canadian province;
Three Winners: New Years travel destinations Maldives, Karelia, and Paris;
Photo report: The Vietnamese resorts of Nakhorn and Da Lat;
Adventure: The best destinations for safaris South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana, and others;
Archive: The ghost town of Belchite, Spain.

The issue went on sale November 21.

Svetlana Antonova – National Geographic marketing and PR director
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