Cereal is a biannual, travel & style magazine based in the United Kingdom. Each issue focusses on a select number of destinations, alongside engaging interviews and stories on unique design, art, and fashion.

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  • Patagonia


    Patagonia occupies the tip of the Americas, separated from the Pampas to the north by the Huincul Fault, washed to the east by the Atlantic, and to the west by the Humboldt Current.

  • Kepler Track

    Kepler Track

    Traversing the wild and ever-changing landscapes of New Zealand’s South Island.

  • Unguarded, Tentatively

    Unguarded, Tentatively

    A seasonal essay.

  • Hellenic Spirit

    Hellenic Spirit

    A visit to Villa Kerylos on the French Riviera, modelled after 2nd century BCE homes of the Greek island of Delos.

  • Torel 1884

    Torel 1884

    A conceptually designed hotel and former palace in Porto, inspired by Portugal’s Age of Discovery. 

  • Mirage


    A stay at Amanjena, on the outskirts of Marrakech, Morocco.

  • Natural Indigo

    Natural Indigo

    Attending the launch of Nila House, a gallery, retail space and design platform in Jaipur, Rajasthan, supporting traditional Indian textiles and natural dyeing.

  • Quinta da Côrte

    Quinta da Côrte

    A winery and guesthouse designed by French architect and interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch, set in Portugal’s port wine region, the Douro Valley.

  • Alpine Air

    Alpine Air

    Exploring the art and nature of St. Moritz, Switzerland, with a visit to Badrutt’s Palace, Museum Susch, and Hauser and Wirth’s latest gallery.

  • Sea Change

    Sea Change

    Attending a wellness discovery programme at SHA, a modern wellness retreat set beside the Serra Gelada on the coast of Spain.

  • Sound View

    Sound View

    A tour of the historic seaside village of Greenport, on the North Fork of Long Island, New York.

  • Augustinian Order

    Augustinian Order

    Discussing the renovation of August Hotel, a former convent in Antwerp’s Green Quarter, with hotelier Mooche Van Hool and interior architect Vincent Van Duysen.

  • Sprezzatura


    At Il Pellicano, by the Tyrrhenian Sea, hotelier Marie-Louise Sciò shares her passion for reviving history, and her creative vision for Pellicano Hotels.

  • Noble Brew

    Noble Brew

    Dojima, the UK’s first Japanese-owned sake brewery, founded by Yoshihide Hashimoto, and situated around the Fordham Abbey estate in Cambridgeshire.

  • Arching Palms

    Arching Palms

    A visit to Casa Pueblo in Tulum, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.

  • Among Emerald Leaves

    Among Emerald Leaves

    Rwanda’s One&Only Nyungwe House, set on a tea farm at the edge of Nyungwe National Park, one of the oldest rainforests in East Africa.

  • Erudite Revival

    Erudite Revival

    A visit to the collegiate cityscape of Cambridge, and a stay at the University Arms Hotel, a former Regency-era coaching inn.

  • An Hourglass Upturned

    An Hourglass Upturned

    An exploration of desert landscapes in the Adrar Region of Mauritania’s Sahara.

  • The Geography of Happiness

    The Geography of Happiness

    Exploring the valleys and peaks of Bhutan, in search of happiness.

  • Fort of the Sun

    Fort of the Sun

    A visit to the remote, desert fort hotel Mihir Garh, in the Thar desert of Rajasthan.

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