FREE mini-guides: Athens, Tunis, Budapest and Phnom Penh

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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 to download here for free.

View of the Acropolis at sunset in Athens, Greece View of the Acropolis at sunset in Athens, Greece © S.Borisov / Shutterstock

Autumn in Athens

With equal measures of grunge and grace, Greece’s capital is a heady mix of history and edginess. Autumn ushers in a cooler climate that’s ideal for exploring the city. Use the tips in the free PDF to inform your route.

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A medina rooftop view of the Zitouna Mosque in Tunis, Tunisia A medina rooftop view of the Zitouna Mosque © Romas_Photo / Shutterstock

Culture in Tunis

Tunisia’s capital is deservedly re-emerging as a travel destination. At the confluence of Eastern and Western civilisations, Tunis is an engaging city full of hybrid ideas and layered histories, as this guide reveals.

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Budapest's dazzling Parliament building Budapest’s dazzling Parliament building © photo.ua / Shutterstock

After dark in Budapest

Night time suits Hungary’s capital, with restaurants, bars and entertainment venues galore. Find equal pleasure inside a grand relic of imperial times, or a ‘ruin pub’ housed in a semi-derelict building.

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A woman on a motorbike orders snacks from a street food stall in Phnom Penh, Cambodia Exciting flavours are never far away in Phnom Penh © Russell Pearson / 500px

Food and drink in Phnom Penh

The Royal Palace’s glimmering spires, the fluttering saffron of monks’ robes and the mighty Mekong River – Cambodia’s capital is Asia at its most alluring. We suggest the best spots to eat, drink and sleep in the city.

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