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September edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

A new rule means travellers on the streets of Florence could be hit with a €500 fine © RossHelen / Shutterstock Why did a Cathay Pacific Boeing aircraft require a repaint? And what act now carries a €500 fine in Florence? Test your knowledge of the latest happenings in the travelsphere with our travel news

August edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Which bustling capital city was once known as Edo? Find out in our quiz © Sean Pavone / Shutterstock Do you know which country the archipelago of Zanzibar belongs to? Or which US state has orange juice as its official beverage? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the August edition of our monthly travel

August edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Which bustling capital city was once known as Edo? Find out in our quiz © Sean Pavone / Shutterstock Do you know which country the archipelago of Zanzibar belongs to? Or which US state has orange juice as its official beverage? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the August edition of our monthly travel

July edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

A new landmark has been stealing the limelight from London’s Tower Bridge © r.classen / Shutterstock What is Rotterdam’s new public park made from? And did a 25ft statue of a half-naked Jeff Goldblum really appear in front of London’s Tower Bridge? Test your knowledge of the latest happenings in the travelsphere with our travel

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

May edition – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

What are people being warned about when purchasing second-hand campervans in New Zealand? Find out in our quiz © Justin Foulkes / Lonely Planet How far do British workers apparently need to travel to completely switch off from work? And did one Kenyan hotel really charge guests $10,000 to watch the royal wedding on television?