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Cornwall, England...The Southwest Jewel

England is famous for The Queen and Royal Family, for Shakespeare, London, the countryside,biscuits, crumpets, and tea, fish &chips, black cabs, drivi ...
30-06-2016 03:31

How to Visit Stockholm Without Breaking The Bank!

Stockholm is absolutely beautiful, it\'s historical and cultural, offers a great variety of things to do, delicious food and cozy bars. But it\'s also ...
30-06-2016 03:33

5 Unmissable Fiji experiences!

So, you are thinking about adding Fiji to your round the world trip" A couple of years ago that is exactly what I was contemplating. It is crazy that ...
30-06-2016 03:33

This beautiful abandoned church doubles as a street art gall

There’s an abandoned church in Buffalo, New York, whose empty stained glass windows have been turned into a plywood art gallery. Jim and I recently ...
30-06-2016 03:31

6 Reasons to escape to Fiji NOW

Bula my friends! Are you looking for the perfect escape" We can take you there. Picture paradise and you?ll probably picture Fiji. Whether you?re a be ...
30-06-2016 03:33

Pathfinder Pics: discovering the ruins of Mexico

Lonely Planet Pathfinder, Macca Sherifi has just got back from exploring the ruins and relics of Mexico. ‘Mexico is a country that really does tick ...
30-06-2016 03:33

A Day Trip to the North Fork of Long Island

This summer, I’ve been planning lots of special day trips and short getaways from Manhattan. One of my biggest priorities" The North Fork o ...
30-06-2016 03:33

Impressions from the Road: Caithness

In Scotland\'s far north, a land of rearing mountains and sweeping glens, you will find a corner that is broad, flat, and sliding down to the sea. Thi ...
30-06-2016 03:33

H?u ??ng : The Spirit Mediums of Viet Nam

The highly anticipated photo book H?u ??ng : The Spirit Mediums of Viet Nam will soon be available to coincide with the inclusion of this ancient indi ...
30-06-2016 03:30

7 excuses that stop you from travelling!

We?ve probably heard every ill-conceived excuse under the sun as to why you ?can?t go travelling?. Yet there are none more ridiculous than these 7. If ...
30-06-2016 03:33

Pedestrian Street Swedenborgsgatan

Last year Stockholm City decided to test turning the street Swedenborgsgatan into a pedestrian street during the summer months. This was done to bri ...
30-06-2016 03:31

Taste of Tokyo: 13 Japanese snacks you’ve just got to

Japanese snacks aren\'t limited to sushi. Break out the chopsticks, we\'re going on an Urban Adventure. The post Taste of Tokyo: 13 Japanese snacks y ...
30-06-2016 03:33

5 reasons why walking the Inca Trail is better than taking t

There are two main ways to get to Machu Picchu, but it’s best done by foot. Machu Picchu, the famed Inca city, sits in ruin on top of the Andes in s ...
29-06-2016 03:31

LP Kids activity: make your own American flag

On 4 July the United States of America celebrates its Independence Day. Let your little ones join the party with our fun Lonely Planet Kids craft acti ...
29-06-2016 03:33

Day 13: Furano Skiing

View from the top of the Kitanomine GondolaFriday, 6 February 2015 Continues from: Day 12: Furano Skiing Last day skiing in the central Hokkaido town ...
29-06-2016 03:31

Brexit just made the UK much cheaper. Use that to explore de

The pound dropped significantly after the UK voted to leave the European Union last week. That makes travel to the British Isles cheaper for Americans ...
28-06-2016 03:31

Mario Cruz | Modern Day Talibes

Photo ©Â Mario Cruz | All Rights ReservedA few posts back, I featured the work of Indonesian photographer Ulet Ifansasti on an Islamic boarding school ...
28-06-2016 03:30

Food Paradise: Mac 'n' Cheese 'n' Veggie Dip

This SoCal joint combines spinach and artichoke dip with mac \'n\' cheese. Get more Food Paradise, including new galleries and tune-in times, here: ht ...
28-06-2016 03:33

Revisiting Rosendals Wärdshus

I took advantage of the great weather this Midsummer\'s Day and took a long walk around Djurgården island (also a National City Park) with a friend, ...
28-06-2016 03:31

Just back from… Kaua?i

How could Alex resist a selfie in such stunning surrounds © Alex Howard Alexander Howard, Lonely Planet?s Destination Editor for Canada and the Wester ...
28-06-2016 03:33

Cruising on the Lights and Sights Tour with Cross Sound Ferr

I’m an admitted lighthouse fan so when Cross Sound Ferry invited me to try out their new “Taylor Swift’s house Cross Sound Ferry departs from th ...
28-06-2016 03:33

Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern: Bird Poop Coffee

Andrew tries \'Jacu\' coffee in Paris at L\'Arbre Á Café. Browse galleries, watch full episodes and more online now: ...
28-06-2016 03:33

69 thoughts everyone has while on a Contiki Tour!

You haven?t lived until you have experienced a Contiki tour. Who is ready to go down memory lane" I don?t want to travel by myself? I am going on a C ...
28-06-2016 03:32

A Big 5 Safari in Kruger National Park

We rounded a corner and there in the road essentially right in front of us were the painted forms of a pack of wild dogs. Their Mickey Mouse ears swiv ...
28-06-2016 03:33

Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern: Abastos Market in Oaxaca

Andrew explores the market to make the best quesadilla in Oaxaca. Browse galleries, watch full episodes and more online now: ...
28-06-2016 03:33

Lady’s 48 Hours in West Sussex

Sometimes I spend so much time traveling abroad that I forget how much there is to do within an hour of London. But when I get a reminder, I’m amaze ...
28-06-2016 03:32

Why Fly With Air Arabia"

Air Arabia is your low-cost airline that connects you to 34 countries, covering over 100 airports, offering the most comprehensive connectivity across ...
28-06-2016 03:31

Lefkada, Greece: Views from the Geni Peninsula

Kalimera! Greetings from Lefkada Island!We were supposed to stay in Geni, a small peninsula jutting out of Lefkada island like a tiny pinkie. But a we ...
28-06-2016 03:31

Day 12: Furano Skiing

Thursday, 5 February 2015Top of the Kitanomine Chairlift, our hotel is at the bottom with a green roofContinues from Day 11: Furano SkiingToday is our ...
27-06-2016 03:31

The best American cities to celebrate July 4th

Whether you?re the front-runner in your local hot dog-eating contest or decked out Uncle Sam-style at the annual parade, we can all agree that July 4 ...
27-06-2016 03:32

8 Common Travel Scams and How to Avoid Them

In many large cities across the globe, thieves hunt travelers from the shadows. Quite similar to a lion, stalking its prey on the Serengeti, thieves a ...
27-06-2016 03:33

Weekend Hike

Zane read us the story of the big burn.The skies had cleared after a couple days of rain when we met the Edwards family at the Albertson\'s parking ...
27-06-2016 03:31

Buenos Aires Is Not A Zoo, Literally...

Whenever I?m in Buenos Aires, I always pass by the Jardín Zoológico Eduardo Ladislao Holmberg, the historic zoo that is almost within sight of our apa ...
26-06-2016 03:31

Milan: My Date with Leonardo

I cannot be in Milan and not see Leonardo Da Vinci\'s ?The Last Supper.? So I set aside a day to do the art/museum hopping thing. Although some famil ...
26-06-2016 03:31

Day 11: Furano Skiing

Our hotel, Furano Naturwald resting areaWednesday, 4 February 2015 Continues from Day 10: Hakodate & Furano  Today is the first of three we\'ll be s ...
26-06-2016 03:31

Day 10: Hakodate & Furano

Tuesday, 3 February 2015Continues from Day 9: Nikka Whiskey Distillery & Hakodate Today we visited the Hakodate morning markets and then played some g ...
25-06-2016 03:31

Be part of history on a game-changing trek up Mt Kilimanjaro

If you\'re looking for Kili inspiration, this is it: the chance to climb Africa?s highest peak with a group of local women to raise awareness about i ...
25-06-2016 03:32

High speed overseas data is free for the summer

T Mobile customers will get high speed data coverage throughout Europe this summer at no extra cost. Cell service isn’t the sexiest topic in the wor ...
25-06-2016 03:31

How to Travel Britain Cheap After Brexit

As the whole world is now well aware, Britain has voted to secede from the European Union and Europe has gone into a frenzy. Great Britain?s economy T ...
25-06-2016 03:33

Greta Garbo Exhibition at Fotografiska

Over the decades, Sweden has exported a lot of great talent to Hollywood... Ingrid Bergman, Ingmar Bergman, Lena Olin, Lasse Hallström, Stellan & Alex ...
25-06-2016 03:31

So, what does Brexit mean for travellers"

For doubters, the unthinkable has happened. Today the world has woken up to find Britain and the EU are going their separate ways. At this stage it r ...
25-06-2016 03:32

11 Fun and Unexpected Things to do in Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls is one of the must see natural wonders on earth. As a matter a fact, it was recently named one of the new 7 Natural Wonders in the world ...
24-06-2016 03:35

Join our US National Parks #LPChat on Twitter!

For many, a trip to one of America?s National Parks is an item ticked off their bucket list, and quite rightly so ? the USA?s 59 parks are full of ma ...
24-06-2016 03:35

Lady’s 7 Summer Gardens to Discover in London

London is in bloom. One of the best things about summer in this city is that the parks and gardens come alive with color. I’ve spent a lot of time o ...
24-06-2016 03:34

The Romance Of Aqaba

Aqabais my favourite of all the places that we visited in Jordan. The gorgeous blue waters of the Red Sea just blew my mind! Aqaba has got a different ...
24-06-2016 03:33

16 Delicious Things You HAVE To Eat When in Chicago!

Chicago is much more than veggie-laden ?dawgs? and deep dish pizza (although you will see a nod to some of our top spots for the aforementioned bites! ...
24-06-2016 03:34

Assen, Netherlands: Dinner at Restaurant Touche

Early this year I went to the province of Drenthe for an extended long weekend. I stayed at a small village called Westerbork in the middle of nowhere ...
24-06-2016 03:33

Eat Your Heart Out: Top Food Destinations in the US

A good friend of mine, and world-renowned chef, recently spent 10 days visiting my home state of North Carolina. He currently runs a cooking school in ...
24-06-2016 03:34

Day 9: Nikka Wiskey Distillery & Hakodate

Nikka Whiskey DistelleryMonday, 2 February 2015Continues from Day 8: Tashirojima (Cat Island) & SendaiToday we\'re travelling east from Sendai to tour ...
24-06-2016 03:32

How to Make Kick-Ass Travel Videos

As you know, over the last few months, I’ve been putting together an online travel media school covering writing, photography, marketing, and, now ...
24-06-2016 03:35

Family travel snap: Bronwyn Leeks from Smiths Holiday Road

For this month?s family travel snap we journey to Tokyo with family travel blogger Bronwyn Leeks. Based in Melbourne, Bronwyn blogs about her family†...
24-06-2016 03:35

29 first impressions of Peru

I just got back from my first trip to Peru. I spent the majority of the time at Andean altitude in the southern mountains around the regions of Cusco ...
24-06-2016 03:32

7 Tips for Achieving Mindful Travel

Thanks to modern-day technology advancements, it?s never been easier and more accessible to travel. Yet some of those same advancements have made it m ...
24-06-2016 03:34

5 clichéd but bonafide reasons why you should travel…

Lottie Croker is a 23 year old adventurer from the UK, she’s recently been travelling around South America and South East Asia for 6.5 months. She s ...
24-06-2016 03:34

New York in Black and White: The City that Never Sleeps.

by Kirsten Murphy Rossiter. New York City- A city that makes me think of yellow cabs, thin crust cheesy pizzas, Lady Liberty and broadway shows. In th ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, It’s off to #MyMAURITIUS we go!

Source: Flickr CC A few weeks ago we received one of the most EXCITING emails ever to have graced our inbox – Lauren and I were asked to join the i ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Impressions from the Road: Sutherland

Take a look at the northern horn of Scotland and most of what you see is the region called Sutherland. From just north of Ullapool all the way up to C ...
23-06-2016 03:33

Stuff You Should Know About: June 2016

Welcome to ?Stuff You Should Know About? ? a monthly collection of travel news, tips, photos, and other odds and ends that don?t really fit in anywher ...
23-06-2016 21:26

Restaurants Closing During the Summer Months (2016)

This post may come as bad news, at least for "foodies" visiting Stockholm in July and early August. Many top tier restaurants (Michelin star, gourmet) ...
23-06-2016 03:32

8 Reasons You Should Travel in Your 20?s

Traveling in your twenties should be at the top of your priority list for so many reasons. (Hint: it will change EVERYTHING!) The post 8 Reasons You S ...
23-06-2016 21:16

Five unusual museums in the world

Five unusual museums in the world Some love them, some hate them but you cannot avoid them. In all my travels around the world, I have seen several mu ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Five cultural experiences your forex card will get you

Five cultural experiences in the world that you must not miss Travel to me has always been about the sights and sounds. Not just of the streets and th ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Travelling with Kids: Meet the Benders!

This month we kick off with a new Travelling with Kids series. Each instalment we chat to some of the world’s top travel bloggers who travel part or ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Here’s how to decode the futuristic writing at Disney&

If you look semi-closely around Tomorrowland at Disneyland in Anaheim, it won’t take long to notice what appears to be a curious language written al ...
23-06-2016 03:32

Tips for flying with a baby.

At the age of 6 months, our son was already embarking on his first flight- exciting for us all but daunting for me as I had to tackle the journey alo ...
23-06-2016 20:12

10 Travel Safety Tips for First-Time Travelers

With more young, inexperienced wanderlusters traveling now than ever before, general safety precautions are in order. Here?s how to stay safe on your ...
23-06-2016 21:16

Kronborg Castle Copenhagen ? where Shakespeare set his Hamle

Kronborg Castle, Copenhagen where Hamlet was set Everything about William Shakespeare is a mystery – his birth or his life or his death. But som ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Andaman Diaries ? A holiday at Havelock Island

If you are travelling to Andaman Islands you always have a choice. You can go either go island hopping or just stay put in one island and let life pas ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Dubai in three days: here are some awesome things to do!

A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to visit one of the most talked about and most happening countries of the moment – The United Arab Emirates, ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Why Malaysians love their cuisine so much.

There is one word in Bahasa Malaysia that you will hear frequently and that is ?Makan?. Translated into English this word means ?eat?, ?feed? and/or ? ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Xavier Guardans | Windows

Photo Xavier Guardans-All Rights ReservedHere\'s a gallery of monochromatic portraits of individuals belonging to a variety of Kenyan tribes, such as ...
23-06-2016 03:30

12 Places To Travel While the U.S. Dollar Is Strong

The value of the U.S. dollar has been steadily rising in recent years, and now is the time to take advantage of it. Here are 12 places to travel now! ...
23-06-2016 21:16

A day in the life of a travel blogger

Everyday I wake up to emails from people – 14 year olds to 60 year olds asking me how to set up a travel blog and whether they can work with me. ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Why I love slow travel

There was a time when I was always caught in a frenzy when I travelled, especially overseas. I used to gulp breakfast and rush out of the hotel, run f ...
23-06-2016 21:07

We’ve joined the Iambassador Team!

2016 has been a phenomenal year for us- a year of brand new things. Exhausting, unrelenting and without a single break-but great. Being new parents h ...
23-06-2016 20:12

6 Places not to miss out on when visiting Malaysia

As you can imagine, during the two years we lived in Malaysia, we tried our best to travel around the Southeast Asian country and unlock it?s many won ...
23-06-2016 20:12

Road Trip Guide to Utah?s Mighty 5 National Parks

Utah\'s National Parks feature some of the most stunning and surreal landscapes in the world. Here are my recommendations for the ultimate Mighty 5 ro ...
23-06-2016 21:16

Belgrade: Church of Saint Sava ? Religion is Alive in Serbia

I sometimes think that I have come a long way when it comes to the not-so-popular matter of religion. I grew up thinking religion, and in this case go ...
23-06-2016 03:32

Journeys and Jottings ? Travel Blogging is not always about

A new month, a new journey and a new continent. Welcome to another edition of Journeys and Jottings. This month begins with an interesting trip to a c ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Journeys and Jottings ? A month in USA on a holiday

Welcome to another edition of Journeys and Jottings.  As you read this editorial, I am going to be away on a jet plane. But there is another journey o ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Disneyworld & Universal Studios ? Movie Mecca?s

Please note that this article was created by Scott Best and is in accordance with our disclosure policy With such a large and diverse landscape, Amer ...
23-06-2016 20:12

The Emirates Experience

Recently I wrote about some exciting activities (plus some other things) to do in Dubai and I also mentioned right in the beginning of that post that ...
23-06-2016 20:12

10 Amazing Outdoor Adventures in Southern Utah

Using St. George as your base, you can easily explore these ten amazing southern Utah outdoor adventures. The post 10 Amazing Outdoor Adventures in So ...
23-06-2016 21:16

Backpacking Southeast Asia vs. Backpacking Central America

You’re ready to take the plunge — you want to start backpacking, possibly long-term, in a cheap part of the world. So, where is it going t ...
23-06-2016 03:33

A road trip to Valparai in the Anaimalai Hills

It was a gorgeous morning. The radiant blue sky looked down upon us. A dark cloud drifted aimlessly promising rain.  A beautiful road lay ahead of me. ...
23-06-2016 21:07

Andaman Diaries ? Ten places to see in Port Blair

Ten places to see in Port Blair “Heaven” croons Bryan Adams and I feel like I am already up there. A magic carpet winged by Spice Jet has ...
23-06-2016 21:07

6 Famous Explorers Who Made Modern Travel Possible

It\'s easy to take travel for granted in today\'s world. Flights are simple, connectivity has never been better and information is readily at our fing ...
22-06-2016 03:36

Pathfinder Pics: a walk on the wild side in Kenya

Lonely Planet Pathfinder, Lauren Yakiwchuk recently visited Kenya to volunteer at the Soysambu Conservancy, where she participated in projects to hel ...
22-06-2016 03:36

Flavours of Nikkei: lifting the lid on Peru’s latest f

When I think of Peruvian cuisine, I think traditional. Juicy lomo saltado spiked with aji amarillo chillies. Tangy ceviche and a hit of chopped cilan ...
22-06-2016 03:35

Monument Valley is hard to get to (but worth it)

The desert on the Utah-Arizona border is filled with towering red rock and is one of America’s most iconic drives. Monument Valley feels like it’s ...
22-06-2016 03:34

Come Out and Play: It's Fête de la Musique!

Tonight is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and it\'s also the 35th annual Fête de la Musique. Sunset i ...
22-06-2016 03:34

Going solo: the joys of travelling by yourself

I realised something on my Intrepid trip. I am most comfortable when I am uncomfortable. When I\'m off balance. Unsure. When I\'m vulnerable. Basical ...
22-06-2016 03:35

Monument Valley: A Must-Visit in the American Southwest

The American Southwest has a lot to offer, from Utah’s amazing national parks to quirky Route 66 attractions to ancient pueblos to the Grand Canyon. ...
21-06-2016 03:36

These buildings are Inca below and conquistador on top

Peru is a melting pot of old and new ? or rather simply old and ancient ? and there’s nowhere better to see it than in the old Inca capital, Cusco. ...
21-06-2016 03:32

How to Crush it on Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is one of the oldest sharing-economy travel websites out there. It (and sites like it, such as BeWelcome, Servas, Hospitality Club, and ...
21-06-2016 03:36

Belgrade (Beograd) Evening Walk

These are the photos I took of my first night?s evening walk in Beograd (Belgrade). I right away hit the main pedestrian shopping street of the city, ...
21-06-2016 03:33

Meet the artisans who make Thailand’s alms bowls by ha

There are still a few centres for crafts made by street-side vendors, using traditional methods and materials. This is one of the last. The post Mee ...
21-06-2016 03:34

The most beautiful villages in Mexico

Mexico is a North American country known for its historical and cultural background both , as well as its large exotic beauty , which makes it more at ...
21-06-2016 03:32

Oysters at Flora-Bama

Flora-Bama, on the Florida-Alabama border, specializes everything oyster. ...
21-06-2016 03:36

Ugh! We're Stuck Here in the Texas Heat (But Not For Long)

At Northlake Village RV Park, Roanoke, Texas...One of the things we had been looking forward to after jettisoning the house was escaping to cooler cli ...
21-06-2016 03:32
 



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