In the studio with Mike Lowery, illustrator of America’s National Parks – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
Mike sketching in his studio (or one of three coffee shops) © Mike Lowery As an avid traveller and USRead more.
the Seychelles, Portugal, Mauritius and Honduras – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
Anse Marron beach is the definition of paradise © Matt Phillips At Lonely Planet we’re simply obsessed with travel; rarelyRead more.
best blogs, Instagram shots and videos from January 2019 – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
This month’s Pathfinders round-up includes a rundown of Prague’s top attractions © Roman Borodaev / Shutterstock For many of usRead more.
Paris, Vilnius, Rio, Naples and Singapore – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
The March edition of Lonely Planet Magazine (UK) is out now! © Lonely Planet March’s edition of Lonely Planet MagazineRead more.
Monisha Rajesh on the golden rules of Indian train travel – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
In this guest post, Monisha Rajesh – author of Around India in 80 Trains – gives us the lowdown onRead more.
Ellie and Ravi, Soul Travel – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
Ellie and Ravi in Jordan © Soul Travel Responsible tourism is the word on everyone’s lips, but talk is cheap;Read more.
January edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
What was found at the bottom of Belize’s Great Blue Hole? Find out in our quiz © Tami Freed /Read more.
the best moments of my life in South Africa and Zimbabwe – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
Lonely Planet Trailblazer and travel film maker, Siya Zarrabi, recently returned from the trip of a lifetime, on safari inRead more.
In the studio with Lonely Planet co-founder Tony Wheeler, creator of the first logo – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
The first ever iteration of the Lonely Planet logo on the cover of ‘across ASIA on the cheap’ © LonelyRead more.
put the camera down and step away from the wombat – Lonely Planet’s travel blog
Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel… this month, James Kay reflects on tourists behaving badly in the Antipodes ©Read more.
Packing list for Europe | You Could Travel
There are several essentials which we always add to our packing list for Europe. We are avid drivers, and weRead more.
Peru – Salkantay Trek from Cusco to Machu Picchu
When I was hiking in Peru the Salkantay Trek from Cusco to Machu Picchu, I fulfilled a dream of mine.Read more.
How to organise a surprise birthday trip
In need of some ideas on how to organise the perfect surprise birthday? You are in the right place, asRead more.
Best things to do in Japan
With so many things to do in Japan, we might even be forgiven for returning to visit the country onRead more.
Norway Clothing: Norway Packing List
When we decided to do a Norway road trip for the first time ever, we had absolutely no idea howRead more.
The perfect Norway itinerary for first visitors
Our first ever Norway itinerary was perfect. I don’t just say this to get you excited, I really mean it.Read more.
Norway Road Trip for First Time Visitors
We’ve been wanting to do a Norway road trip for a very long time, but we sort of always gotRead more.
The Land of Silk and Spice
“You cannot enter the country on this visa” were the first words to welcome us to India. We arrived atRead more.
Cruise Clothing: How to pack for a cruise
Picking an array of cruise clothing is part of the fun when getting ready for your seafarer adventure. I usedRead more.
Luxembourg cuisine: top traditional dishes to try
Luxembourg cuisine has been influenced by its neighbouring countries, France, Belgium and Germany. Recently, it has also been influenced byRead more.