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National Geographic Traveller (UK) APL Media

Editorial Director: Maria Pieri Contributing Editors:


Editor: Pat Riddell Jo Fletcher-Cross, Zane Henry,
Deputy Editor: Glen Mutel Sam Lewis, Farida Zeynalova
Senior Editor: Stephanie Cavagnaro Editorial Assistant:
Lee Cobaj Associate Editor: Sarah Barrell
Assistant Editors: Amelia Duggan,
Connor McGovern
Sub Editor: Ben Murray
After five years and countless visits, I still find Tamsin Wressell Designers: Hanna Clements,
Bangkok’s mass of knotty streets confusing. Digital Development Manager: Lauren Gamp, Danielle Humphrey
Seamus McDermott Production Controllers:
But the city’s discombobulating effect is Online Editor: Josephine Price Joaquim Pereira, Lisa Poston,
Sub Editors: Chris Horton, Emma Joanne Roberts, Anthony Wright,
part of its allure. Don’t worry about getting Holland, Charlotte Wigram-Evans, Karl Martins
lost as you’ll always find an eager tuk-tuk Nick Rutherford
Events Manager: Natalie Jackson APL Business Development Team:
driver to whizz you back. BANGKOK P.73 Art Director: Chris Hudson Neil Bhullar, Chris Dalton, Adam Fox,
Art Editor: Lauren Atkinson-Smith Cynthia Lawrence, Sinead McManus
Designers: Philip Lay, Becky Redman
Production Manager: Chief Executive:
Daniel Gregory Anthony Leyens
Managing Director:
Special Projects Consultant: Matthew Jackson
Matthew Midworth Sales Director: Alex Vignali
Business Development Team: Sales Administrator:
William Allen, Bob Jalaf, Kevin Killen, Melissa Jurado
David Whitley Lianna Mazure, Glyn Morgan, Executive Assistant: Taylah Brooke
Adam Phillips, Mark Salmon, Financial Controller: Ryan McShaw
Australia’s Northern Territory is a John Stergides Credit Manager: Craig Chappell
marvellously alien place with giant termite Head of National Geographic Accounts Manager: Siobhan Grover
Traveller — The Collection: Accounts Assistants:
mounds, epic flood plains and ancient Danny Pegg Jana Abraham, Stefano Pica
sandstone bulges. In this sticky, sweaty
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claims made by advertisers.
“Is Iran safe?”— the first question travellers
ask. I’ll state it loudly here: absolutely. What’s National Geographic Traveler (US) Communications Director:
Meg Calnan
more, visit and you’ll discover vibrant cities Editor-in-Chief: George W. Stone Senior Vice President, Global
and one of the oldest, most hospitable Publisher & Vice President, Media & Experiences: Yulia P. Boyle
Global Media: Kimberly Connaghan Senior Director, International
nations on earth — five invitations to dinner Senior Director, Travel & Publishing: Ariel Deiaco-Lohr
a day isn’t uncommon. IRAN P.118 Adventure: Andrea Leitch Senior Manager, International
Design Director: Marianne Seregi Publishing: Rossana Stella
Director of Photography: Editorial Specialist: Leigh Mitnick
Anne Farrar
Editorial Projects Director: National Geographic Society
Andrew Nelson
Senior Editor: Jayne Wise President & CEO: Gary E. Knell
Features Editor: Amy Alipio Board of Trustees Chairman:
Associate Editor: Jean N. Case
Hannah Sheinberg Vice Chairman: Tracy R. Wolstencroft
Senior Producers: Christine Blau,
John Malathronas Sarah Polger National Geographic Partners
Brussels is the closest European capital to Editor/Producer: Lindsay Smith
Producer: Mary McGrory CEO: Declan Moore
London — a fascinating city with lots to Multimedia Producers: Editorial Director: Susan Goldberg
rave about, but often snubbed by Brits. Yet Adrian Coakley, Jess Mandia Chief Financial Officer:
Associate Producer: Caity Garvey Marcela Martin
there’s a generation of young Europeans Deputy Art Director: Chief Communications Officer:
turning it into the capital of the EU, not just Leigh V. Borghesani Laura Nichols
Associate Photo Producer: Chief Marketing Officer: Jill Cress
on paper, but for real. BRUSSELS P.140 Jeff Heimsath Strategic Planning & Business
Chief Researcher: Marilyn Terrell Development: Whit Higgins
Production Director: Kathie Gartrell Consumer Products & Experiences:
Editorial Assistants: Gulnaz Khan, Rosa Zeegers
Alexandra E. Petri Digital Product: Rachel Webber
Copy Editors: Preeti Aroon, Cindy Global Networks CEO:
Leitner, Mary Beth Oelkers-Keegan, Courteney Monroe
Ann Marie Pelish Legal & Business Affairs:
Market Research Manager: Jeff Schneider
Tracy Hamilton Stone Sales & Partnerships: Brandan Ripp
Nicola Trup Communications Vice President:
Heather Wyatt
Board of Directors Chairman:
Peter Rice
Before visiting Tbilisi I’d expected to find
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bold nods to the future. That’s certainly
true, but I hadn’t anticipated just how cool
the city is, with pop-ups, design shops and
bars squeezed into every space. TBILISI P.150

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HIGHLIGHTS

Editor’s
letter
A
Adventure guide
s we approach the New Year, attention inevitably Our free 68-page Adventure guide this month
turns to what lies ahead. We’ve searched the globe brings you tales of derring-do from Chile,
Jordan, Peru and Sweden.
and come up with a list of the 18 places we think
should be on your travel radar for 2018.
Clearly, we’re not able to see into the future — yet — but
we hope our fourth annual Cool List will point you in the
right direction when it comes to planning your trip. We’ve
taken into consideration everything from the latest direct
flights to anniversaries, significant openings and places on
Competitions
the up. It’s a diverse group of destinations, as far-flung as From a week for four in Provence to a three-
resurgent Sri Lanka and effervescent Bristol. night break with Forest Holidays, don’t miss
out. natgeotraveller.co.uk/competitions
While we can’t take the credit, it was heartening to see
many of last year’s Cool List — the likes of Donegal, Peru,
Santiago, Aarhus and Iran — growing in popularity among
global travellers.
Also in the magazine are the results of our third annual
Reader Awards, revealing everything travel-related that’s
impressed you in the past year — your favourite
National Geographic Food
destinations, airlines, hotels, attractions and more. Our sister title is in the shops now, exploring
All in all, there’s plenty in this month’s issue, we feel, to food in all its guises, from recipes and produce
fuel your hunger to pack a suitcase. to trends and nutrition. natgeofood.co.uk

PAT RIDDELL, EDITOR

Destinations: 1-4 February


Head down to the Destinations Show at
@patriddell London’s Olympia where we’re hosting a
@patriddell Travel Geeks (p.54). destinationsshow.com

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