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Cinematic London

An event for the 2016 film Fences at the BFI Southbank
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EDITOR’S LETTER
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REGULARS
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POSTCARDS
WHERE YOU’VE BEEN AND WHAT YOU’VE SEEN
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GLOBETROTTER
A WORLD OF TRAVEL NEWS AND DISCOVERIES
Not many things compare to the thrill of seeing Africa’s Big Five in the wild. But if you want to be in with a chance of tracking them all down, you need to enlist the experts. Try one of these itineraries, each designed to get you up close and personal with one of nature’s giants
EASY TRIPS
THIS MONTH... escape to the Hebrides, discover New York’s latest hangout, find sun in Puerto Rico, go walking in Croatia and make a break for Buckinghamshire
Only an hour’s flight from Glasgow, the Isle of Harris
See out the end of winter with some nostalgic entertainment in Europe’s best venues
Red Hook is a New York neighbourhood on the up
Out-of-season Devon is an enchanting place, with mists swirling, and
The Adriatic coastline of Croatia is contorted into so many
Charting six decades of US culture is the latest challenge
For anyone craving a blissful tropical beach as spring showers
Word is spreading fast about the Mash Inn, a pub
GREAT ESCAPES
It’s trip-of-a-lifetime stuff with our itinerary to this wildlife-rich island in the Indian Ocean. Meet your first lemurs at Kirindy, before driving along baobab-lined roads to the rock pinnacles of Tsingy. Next head east, for even closer encounters with creatures in Andasibe and a boat trip along the Pangalanes Canal
FEATURES
Cinema was born in the French capital when Auguste and Louis Lumière screened their first short film here in 1895. The city feels like one giant, ageless movie set, its doors permanently open: the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame are silver-screen stars as surely as Gérard Depardieu or Catherine Deneuve. Follow in the footsteps of giants with our tour of film locations haunted by Paris’s silver-screen residents and visitors, from Amélie to 007
The Lonely Planet Traveller team’s most memorable experiences creating the magazine
IT’S BEEN 50 YEARS SINCE THE SUMMER OF LOVE PUT SAN FRANCISCO IN THE SPOTLIGHT. BUT FROM ORGANIC FARMERS’ MARKETS TO OPEN-AIR STREET PARTIES, AND A STORE WHERE EVERYTHING IS FREE, THE LEGACY OF THOSE GOLDEN DAYS STILL LIVES ON ACROSS THE BAY AREA
[noun] a feeling of longing, melancholy, or nostalgia that is supposedly characteristic of the Portuguese temperament Oxford English Dictionary
PHOTO GRAPHER’S STORY
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MINI GUIDES
It’s not just Paris that basks in the silver-screen glow (see p54) – London’s streets are film-crew favourites and many cinemas in the capital are sights in their own right
White sands and crisp sea wash the fabled heritage towns and resorts of Germany’s northeasterly coastline – surely one of Europe’s better-kept secrets
A bastion of Slow Food, historical home of the Fiat and Italy’s inaugural (if short-lived) capital: Turin is an underrated delight for weekending culture cravers and food lovers
Within easy reach of Athens, this Greek peninsula is rich in ancient sites and shaped by a gorgeous topography of lofty mountains, vast gorges and sandy beaches
Eating out in this Canadian metropolis is a delight, as flavours, aromas, sights and sounds of almost every nation converge peacefully – particularly on the plate
China’s capital of colonial history and glamour is known for its flash architecture and ritzy bars and restaurants, but many of its highlights are actually cheap or free