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Past articles by Intelligent:

Australia’s Great Ocean Road – Intelligent Travel

The Great Ocean Road is one of the only scenic drives in the world that can claim a mix of rugged scenery, some of Earth’s tallest trees, sea stacks of towering → Read More

Why Tampere is Hottest When It’s Cold – Intelligent Travel

Summer draws out Tampere locals for boating, swimming, and hiking, but winter may be the time to experience the Finnish city at its natural best. → Read More

Your Shot Photo of the Month: Moon Over Madagascar – Intelligent Travel

Want National Geographic to highlight your photograph? Join our Your Shot community and participate in upcoming hashtag challenges for a chance to appear in → Read More

Just Back: Barcelona – Intelligent Travel

National Geographic Travel associate producer Megan Heltzel studied abroad in Barcelona when she was in college. She recently returned to the Catalonian capital → Read More

American Glamping: Three Great Finds – Intelligent Travel

Lodge in nature without sacrificing comfort. > Treehouse Point B&B (Fall City, Washington) Backdrop: The western foothills of the Cascade Mountains, → Read More

Just Back: Santiago, Chile – Intelligent Travel

National Geographic Traveler associate editor Susan O'Keefe always thought of Santiago, Chile, as a prelude to skiing in the Andes or hiking through Patagonia. → Read More

Big Cities, Great Escapes – Intelligent Travel

When it's just too darn hot, these are the go-to getaways for city dwellers around the world. → Read More

World Calendar: Must-Attend July Events – Intelligent Travel

There are some amazing events on tap all over the world, all the time. Here’s a taste of what you can see and do in July. → Read More

Celebrate the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge – Intelligent Travel

Stonehenge has long drawn pilgrims on sacred days. A recently opened visitors center has transformed the tradition for the summer solstice (on June 21 this → Read More

Just Back: Napa Valley – Intelligent Travel

Navigating California's Napa Valley and its profusion of fine restaurants and upper-crust wineries can be intimidating. Thankfully, National Geographic's Andrew → Read More

@NatGeoTravel Twitter Chat: Photo Tips – Intelligent Travel

Calling all photography enthusiasts: Join @NatGeoTravel this Thursday, June 18, at 1 p.m. EDT for a Twitter chat with National Geographic photographer Jim → Read More

Insider’s Guide to Johor, Malaysia – Intelligent Travel

Johor is still a diamond in the rough: with some spots lacking in polish, but with riches worth digging for. It's possible to drive from the bottom to the top → Read More

Just Back: Havana, Cuba – Intelligent Travel

Travel photographer and writer Erika Skogg spends most of the year guiding students on photography trips with National Geographic Expeditions. She recently → Read More

What’s a UNESCO Intangible? – Intelligent Travel

The Tower of Pisa. Machu Picchu. The Palace of Versailles. You know them as UNESCO World Heritage sites—places of such universal cultural value that the United → Read More

Insider’s Guide to Drôme Provençale – Intelligent Travel

The lavender harvest in the Drôme Provençale section of the Rhône-Alpes region rivals that of the more famous—and crowded—fields of the Luberon in Provence to → Read More

Just Back: Maui – Intelligent Travel

National Geographic's Andy Coleman and his wife have a tradition of traveling to Maui once a year. "It's the one vacation destination where we don't have → Read More

The Living Savannah – Intelligent Travel

Whenever folks hear I’m from Savannah, they want to know if it’s still the same as it was in John Berendt’s best-selling "Midnight in the Garden of Good and → Read More

The Continuing Glow of Vietnam – Intelligent Travel

I left Vietnam as a child when communist tanks rolled into Saigon and ignominiously ended the Vietnam War for Americans. That was on April 28, 1975. So much has → Read More

Vintage Rio de Janeiro: 1943 – Intelligent Travel

Taken from National Geographic’s archives, this unpublished 1943 photo of a crowded streetcar in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, makes all other commutes look like a → Read More

Last Blast: Civil War Swan Song – Intelligent Travel

As the 150th anniversary of the Civil War draws to a close, head to these mid-Atlantic sites. They played a pivotal role in America’s deadliest conflict. → Read More