Natasha Edwards


Natasha Edwards

Travel writer and editor


Growing up between London and the Black Mountains, Natasha moved to Paris over 20 years ago, editing Time Out Paris for 11 – an excellent way to get to know her beloved city. Today, she writers for publications and websites that vary from the Daily Telegraph Paris travel app or magazines like Condé Nast Traveller to specialist aspects of design, as well as translating art catalogues.

Top travel memory: “My real discovery of travel and independence came when I went Interrailing with a friend when I left school. After Paris and a couple of weeks restoring a Vauban fortress in the Alps, we went by train to Rome, Sienna and Venice, then onto what was then still Yugoslavia (camping in a tiny tent in Dubrovnik and Sarajevo have left indelible memories) and back to London via the Italian lakes, Zurich and Brussels.”