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Intelligent Travel

  • Living Legends: The Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans

    Living Legends: The Mardi Gras Indians of New OrleansI’m sitting in a cluttered workshop in New Orleans’ Central City neighborhood. Surrounding me are plastic containers filled with beads and rhinestones of about every hue imaginable, elaborate feather headdresses, glue guns, oversize spools of… 9 Mar 16, 9:43pm

  • When Travel Goes WrongSometimes bad things happen to good people when they're far away from home. That doesn't mean they have to ruin your trip. As Ken Budd reminds us, it's all about putting things in the proper perspective. 3 Mar 16, 6:32pm

  • Books That Will Make You Fall In Love With the WorldNational Geographic's travel literature expert, Don George, shares four books guaranteed to make you fall in love with the world (and itch to start planning your next trip). 2 Mar 16, 2:59pm

  • Grand Torino: Italy’s Aperitivo CapitalTo most of us, vermouth is the stuff you use to make a Martini. Or a Manhattan. Fair enough. But as many of us are rediscovering, vermouth is among the most versatile of cocktail ingredients. What’s more, it’s great straight. Vermouth’s ori… 29 Feb 16, 10:09pm

  • Beyond the Beach in Curaçao

    Beyond the Beach in CuraçaoSitting 40 miles off the Venezuelan coast, the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao stretches close to 40 miles itself, from north to south. And though most of the action happens at beachfront resorts and sandy expanses crowded with cruise ship pass… 26 Feb 16, 9:15pm

  • Local Flavor: Hot Chicken in Nashville“Hot chicken” is Nashville’s most famous dish. With two equally famous establishments in the city, Prince's Hot Chicken Shack and Hattie B's, residents love to argue who fries it best. 26 Feb 16, 8:34pm

  • A Perfect Day in Washington, D.C.I’ve lived in Washington for (gulp) 23 years—and something I’ve learned in all that time: This is one great city to visit. I recently had the honor of writing Nat Geo’s forthcoming book Walking Washington, D.C., and reveled in the chance t… 25 Feb 16, 10:40pm

  • The Art of Sacred Placement in San Miguel de AllendeA charming Spanish colonial city with a UNESCO World Heritage designation, San Miguel de Allende, located in the central highlands of Mexico, is a mecca for all manner of creative types. In a place where scores of art galleries cluster in and around… 24 Feb 16, 9:44pm

Europe a la Carte

  • Viking Gods and Mosaics at Gothenburg City MuseumThe Gothenburg City Museum charts this Swedish city’s history. I’ve always been rather intrigued by the Vikings, so as I had limited time in the museum, I went straight to the ‘Vikingr – Between Odin and Christ’ exhibition. There were sculp… 5 days ago, 20 Apr 17, 5:11am

  • Cultural Guide to EastbourneEastbourne, in East Sussex, lies on the south coast of England. It takes around 90 minutes to reach Eastbourne by rail from Victoria Station in London. Eastbourne’s  packed events calendar ensures plenty to do and see at any time of year. Outdoor… 18 days ago, 7 Apr 17, 6:25am

  • Visiting Florence in SpringSpring is one of the best times of year to visit the Italian city of Florence. Below are some ideas for things to do in Florence this Spring. If you are in Florence on Easter Sunday, you can watch Scoppio del Carro (explosion of the cart). This orig… 20 days ago, 4 Apr 17, 3:23pm

  • Now Exhibition at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art EdinburghThe first part of the three year long NOW exhibition is on at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art until 24 September 2017. A fair part of the exhibition consists of work by the Glaswegian artist Nathan Coley. It was a bit alarming to see smok… 26 days ago, 30 Mar 17, 11:21am

  • Why Travelling First Class No Longer Represents Luxury TravelThose that have had the pleasure of flying class know just how luxurious it can be. Whereas economy is loud, cramped and not very private, flying first class allows you peace, quiet, space and incredible service. For many people, their idea of a luxu… 28 days ago, 27 Mar 17, 3:29pm

  • Why You Should Walk Around and Risk Getting Lost in CitiesWhen I was in the Swedish city of Gothenburg. I decided to walk the two miles to the Botanical Gardens. Although I could have used my Gothenburg City Card to take the tram, I wanted some exercise and the route looked interesting. I found several inte… 33 days ago, 23 Mar 17, 6:01am

  • Lunch in the Greenhouse at Fridheimar Tomato Farm IcelandWe stopped for lunch in the greenhouse at the Fridheimar tomato farm on our Golden Circle tour in Iceland. The most popular lunch option at Fridheimar is the tomato soup buffet. I opted for this The home-made bread was really good. The other lunch op… 47 days ago, 9 Mar 17, 6:19am

  • Making the Most of Your Gothenburg City CardIf you plan to do a lot of sightseeing in the Swedish city of Gothenburg, it could be worthwhile buying a Gothenburg City Card. The Gothenburg City Card costs: Adults: 24 hours – SEK 375, 48 hours –  SEK 525, 72 hours –  SEK 675 Children : 24… 53 days ago, 2 Mar 17, 9:03pm

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