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The June issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) is out now. The cover story this month focuses on Scandinavia — Denmark, Norway and Sweden — where nature throws out the rulebook.

Published 31 Aug 2021, 13:53 BST, Updated 3 Mar 2022, 13:11 GMT
The June 2022 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK).

The June 2022 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK).

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The June issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) is out now. The cover story this month focuses on Scandinavia — Denmark, Norway and Sweden — where nature throws out the rulebook. Shaped by the elements and ruled by the seasons, this is a region not only bound by cultural ties, but by a love for epic outdoor adventures. From oyster safaris on Denmark’s dramatic shoreline and wilderness camping in Norwegian national parks to learning about Sámi culture in Swedish Lapland, these are the ultimate Scandinavian experiences.

Elsewhere in the issue:


South Africa: Safari projects are bouncing back after the pandemic in the country’s wild north east.

Portugal: Historic vines and traditional local sweets await on a journey through the Douro Valley.

Mauritius: Meet the conservationists preserving the islands’ extraordinary natural treasures.

Budapest: Seek out lesser-known neighbourhoods for a quieter side to the Hungarian capital.

Pittsburgh: The Steel City has forged a new identity, comprising cutting-edge galleries and epic cycling trails.

Jungfrau Region: Spectacular mountain scenery and fairytale villages in the Swiss Alps.

Tunisia: Discover fine wines and fiery flavours on the Cap Bon peninsula.

Edinburgh: The best hotels in the Scottish capital, from boutique boltholes to design dens.

Plus: The return of the European sleeper train; why New Zealand should be on your radar this year; where to stay in Seville; a tour of Berlin’s best museums; what not to miss in County Down’s Strangford Lough; a guide to Ottawa; and the best kit for sailing.

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