How to make perfect croquetas

Whether oval or round, made with meat or cheese, this Spanish snack should be both crisp and gooey. Owen Morgan, chef-director of Spanish bar and restaurant chain Bar 44, breaks down the creation process. 

Travel Geeks online: exploring rural Japan — 23 March 2021

Beyond its cities, Japan is crammed with elemental drama: pristine forests and snowy peaks, crater lakes and remote hot springs. Join us for free from 19.00 to 20.00 on Tuesday 23 March.

A culinary guide to Alsace, France

Tucked up against the German border, France’s once-contested region has been shaped by centuries of upheaval. Today, chefs and winemakers alike are celebrating a legacy of culinary diversity.

Chef Zoe Adjonyoh on her favourite Ghanaian cuisine

The famous chef and author of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen shares her insights on how to work with Ghanaian flavours and ingredients, from kenkey to dawadawa.

A city guide to Bergamo, Italy

With its hilltop medieval citadel encircled by Venetian walls, views of the snow-capped Alps, a top-notch fine arts museum, and some of the region’s best restaurants, Bergamo is more than just a gateway to its starry neighbour Milan.

Eight incredible rewilding projects to stay at in the UK

If you’re keen to get closer to nature, there are an increasing number of places where tourism and rewilding work hand-in-hand to offer up a truly regenerative travel experience.

How to plan a road trip along Costa Rica's Caribbean coast

Hit Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast for an offbeat pura vida vibe amid wild jungle, immaculate coastline and a colourful cast of wildlife. 
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How to experience adventure in Tenerife

There's more to Tenerife than its broad, sandy beaches and glitzy resorts. Venture into its volcanic interior to discover landscapes poised for thrilling adventure, or head to the capital to sample exciting cuisine and dive deep into the island's culture.

The 12 biggest global food trends for 2021, from vegan innovations to letterbox cocktails

We break down the surprising culinary trends and innovations set to shape your dining in the year ahead, each pioneered by trailblazing chefs adapting to the changing tastes of diners during the pandemic.  

The Masterclasses online: expert-led sessions on travel writing and photography

National Geographic Traveller’s The Masterclasses returns with a series of online courses in 2021, bringing the popular travel writing and photography sessions into homes across the globe.

Breaking bread: a Māori family feast in New Zealand

Hospitality and communal dining are central to Māori culture, and on New Zealand’s North Island, Nadine Toe Toe and her whānau (family) welcome guests with open arms.

The inside guide to Byron Bay, Australia's boho surf spot

With its laid-back lifestyle, fine food and host of outdoor adventures, Australia’s boho surf town dazzles on both land and water.
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In conversation with Alison Sardinha, local legend and owner of Tobago’s Blue Crab Restaurant

When Aunty Alison opened the Blue Crab over 30 years ago, little did she know her restaurant would become the capital’s most beloved diner, famous for its family atmosphere and traditional flavours. Here, she talks about life on the island and shares a recipe for the local dish saltfish buljol.

A city guide to Granada, Spain

The grand, medieval Alhambra palace sets the tone in a historic city awash with traditions. But while one foot is in the past, the other is tapping out a modern beat: scratch the surface to discover hidden trails, markets and a youthful music scene.
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Meet the chef: Gareth Stevenson on Welsh cuisine, sustainable sourcing and his favourite local producers

The restaurant at Palé Hall, in Bala, Gwynedd, has just been awarded the new Michelin Green Star for its sustainable practises. Here, its head chef reveals what he loves about Wales' food scene.

Ride the rails through the Rocky Mountains, from Vancouver to Banff

All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer, its dapper carriages climbing leisurely from multicultural Vancouver to the peak-ringed resort of Banff. The two-day route, following historic and hard-won train tracks, reveals supersized summits, pioneering settlements and forested valleys stalked by grizzly bears.

Six European cities going green for 2021

Across the continent, from Finland to France, we shine a light on some of the European cities making gloriously green strides towards a sustainable future.

Four chic hotel stays in historic Cologne, Germany

The German city is embracing its modern side with a raft of stylish new rooms.

How I got the shot: Nico Avelardi on capturing the leatherworkers of Marrakech

On his latest assignment for National Geographic Traveller, the photographer — a long-term admirer of Morocco’s storied Red City — immersed himself in the pungent, colourful tanneries, unearthing a unique comradery and stunning visuals.

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