Destinations

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
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Megan enjoying a sunny walk along the canals © Megan Eaves Megan Eaves, Destination Editor for North Asia, recently returned from a trip to Suzhou, China. Tell us more… I spent a week hanging out in chilled-out Suzhou, a historic city not far from Shanghai on China’s east coast. Suzhou is most well-known for its
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Cory Lee riding a camel in a specially adapted saddle © Cory Lee Cory Lee, travel blogger at Curb Free with Cory Lee and Lonely Planet Pathfinder, recently returned from an unforgettable trip to Morocco. Tell us more… I’m just back from Morocco, where I led a wheelchair accessible group tour (I use a motorised
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The dramatic vistas and red-hued landscapes of Chile’s San Pedro de Atacama © Michele Roux From mountain peaks to world-famous canals, our Pathfinders were ‘gramming hard last month, expertly capturing the beauty and character of the countless destinations they visited. Vibrantly colourful, creatively framed and skilfully caught – here are the Instagrams that turned our
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This month’s round up includes a tale of a voyage from Honduras to Panama, via the beautiful San Blas Islands © Andy Troy / 500px Throughout June our Pathfinder community has been on the move, literally. This month we’ve read stories of turbulent voyages across open seas, personal pilgrimages to remote Irish surf villages and
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This month’s round up includes a debate about Greece’s best islands © Elena Pavlovich / Shutterstock Last month, our Pathfinders community treated us to an eclectic selection of travel yarns that have left us itching to get away. From camel riding in the Sahara to running up – yes, up – a ski jump, these
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Stroll through the souks in Marrakech © HUANG Zheng / Shutterstock Every month, we curate the best blog posts, Instagrams and videos from our Lonely Planet Pathfinders. This month’s video feature is from videographer Nick Adams, who leads us along narrow stone corridors, through grand architectural archways and bustling marketplaces to give us a unique
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Angela hiking through the stunning Himalayas © Angela Tinson Angela Tinson, Associate Product Director in Lonely Planet’s Dublin office, recently returned from a trip to Nepal. Tell us more… Two friends and I recently hiked the Manaslu Circuit in the Nepal Himalaya. It’s a teahouse trek, meaning you mostly hike from village to village, staying
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Lonely Planet Pathfinder Jessica Palmer of travelwithjess.com recently spent three weeks exploring the Cook Islands with her young family, feeling the sand between their toes and soaking up the wild, windswept surroundings. I set out to explore not only the two most visited islands in the Cooks – Rarotonga and Aitutaki, but also two of
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