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what can you do about overtourism? – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel… this month, James Kay considers the challenge of overtourism © Joe Davis / Lonely Planet The acqua alta was so high that the concierge gave each guest a pair of wellington boots after breakfast. With our feet protected from the ankle-deep water, we forded the flooded pavement from

London, Warsaw, Charleston and Norway’s southern fjords – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Lonely Planet Magazine’s August issue (UK) has hit the shelves! This month’s edition includes a Great Escape to Corsica, our staff’s best European road trips and original ideas for a jaunt in the Med. Every UK issue of Lonely Planet magazine features cut-out-and-keep guides featuring our top picks for four irresistible destinations. Fancy a sneak

Holly Habeck – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Holly is always thinking about her next travels © Holly Habeck This month Holly Habeck from takes the limelight for our Pathfinders spotlight! Holly’s travel and lifestyle blog takes her around the world, but we love the fact that she’s also a huge advocate for having adventures close to home, exploring your own neck

Lonely Planet’s day of local adventures – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

You don’t have to travel far to embark on an adventure © Martin Puddy / Getty Images To celebrate the launch of Lonely Planet’s Everyday Adventures we challenged our staff to get out and explore their local areas and inject a dose of excitement into their everyday routines. From lunchtime art classes to wild swims

a culinary journey through Emilia Romagna – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Lonely Planet Pathfinder, Hayley Lewis of A Lovely Planet, recently packed up her healthy appetite and embarked upon a culinary journey through Emilia Romagna, our top European destination to visit in 2018… Italy has always been a favourite destination of mine, and this is largely due to its incredible cuisine. Emilia Romagna is often considered

July edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Do you know who New York’s Idlewild Airport was renamed after? Or which country has the peacock as its national bird? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the July edition of our monthly travel quiz, based around stories featuring in this month’s Lonely Planet magazine. Can you score 100%? Take the quiz Desperate for