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Meals can roll on for hours in much of Italy, but the Genoese love a quick fix. Do as the locals do and grab a crispy slice of foccacia and finish it off with the best pralines in town

Grab and go

Genoa’s street food tradition comes from its history as a port, and the best place for a flavour of the past is CAREGA, a hole-in-thewall friggitoria (frying shop) by the Porto Antico. Time has stood still here, with its white-tiled interior and couple of stools to perch on. Depending on the catch, you’ll find anything from calamari and octopus to various types of fish, but go for the fritto misto, where it’s all piled together. Via Sottoripa 113/R.

But focaccia’s probably the snack that’s made it furthest outside Genoa. Every bakery in town serves it but try the one from PRIANO in the west of the city. A family business that opened in 1964, it’s been renowned for its extra-light, crispy slices of focaccia since the day it opened. For something a little different, try farinata — a kind of pancake made from chickpeas.

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We grab our binoculars and set out to discover the awe-inspiring wildlife of India, scouting out the likes of Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos and snow leopards in some of the subcontinent’s most dramatic national parks. Elsewhere, we explore the winelands of southern Australia; cross the frozen frontier of the Antarctic Circle; and spend a long weekend in the city of Leeuwarden. Other highlights this issue include the Faroe Islands, Tel Aviv, Manhattan, Tokyo and Santiago, while our photo story takes in the fresh air and Alpine beauty of Switzerland.