*Vidya Kumar hits pause on the pandemic with an escape to Portofino and the Julian Alps.
A cinephile finds that the city comes alive in curious ways when seen through the master-filmmaker's lens.
Vanilla-scented biscuits from Serbia, almond-kissed ones from Italy, and fruity tartlet from Malaysia—bake these traditional biscuits to beat the quarantine blues.
Mauro Morandi found serenity in solitude decades before self-isolation became the norm. | By Gulnaz Khan
Coronavirus will upend—but perhaps make healthier—the ways we use trains, buses, and bike lanes in our post-pandemic future. | By Emily Sohn
Here’s how to explore more: Tour Helsinki and Seoul by podcast, learn to urban forage, and help rhinos in Uganda.
Join National Geographic Traveller India and Foodhall's new series of culinary travel workshops to cook your favourite local dishes from countries around the world. Kicking off this weekend with a journey to Singapore.
In a candid conversation, the chef of the World’s Best Restaurant, Mirazur, speaks about how travel has influenced his cooking, and why we need to rethink the way we produce food.
A giant omelette in France, crime thrillers in Norway and smashing pots in Greece—each tradition is distinctively amusing.
As global concerns mount around the viral outbreak, we issue updates for travellers to track.