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In the studio with Lindsey Spinks, illustrator for Ancient Wonders

Lindsey hard at work in her studio © Lindsey Spinks Illustrating our new Lonely Planet Kids title, Ancient Wonders – Then & Now, was never going to be simple. It opens and folds to reveal in incredible detail what the ancient wonders of the world used to look like, from Angor Wat to Stonehenge. We

Join our Twitter #lpchat on Best in Travel 2019! – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Every year we release our Best in Travel list – a collection of 40 different destinations that we recommend travelling to in the coming year. From the best places to make your money go further, to the most epic new openings and national celebrations, it’s all on one handy list, just waiting to be ticked

top Instagrams from September 2018 – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

A lone springbok against the harsh landscape of the Skeleton Coast, Namibia © Anywhere We Roam Framing vast, arid landscapes, natural phenomena and intricate architectural designs, our Instagramming Pathfinders sure have been snap-happy this month. From the wild west African coast to inner-city Berlin, here are the shots that made us look twice. Bali, Indonesia

top posts from September 2018 – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

This month’s round up includes a story of a quest to sample the world’s best pie © Lesya Dolyuk / Shutterstock Another month, another banquet of engaging travel yarns provided by our globetrotting Pathfinders community, who, during September, have penned an exciting array of stories covering topics from nomadic sports in Kyrgyzstan to the street-art

Athens, Tunis, Budapest and Phnom Penh – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Lonely Planet Magazine’s November issue is out now! © Lonely Planet Lonely Planet Magazine’s November issue (UK) has hit the shelves and this month’s edition features a flurry of original weekend escapes, all-American adventures in Colorado and some of Europe’s best train trips. Start planning your next trip with the magazine’s latest destination mini-guides, available

are you ready to automate your travel memories? – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel… this month, James Kay weighs up whether you should let an algorithm take care of your albums from now on © Joe Davis / Lonely Planet ‘You have a new memory’. That’s the notification which popped up on my phone this morning on the way to work. The