Destinations

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
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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
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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
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Are you ready for the best moment of your life? © Lonely Planet Travel can change you, transforming the way you see the world and your place in it. These life-altering experiences often boil down to one unforgettable moment: reaching the summit of a mountain, stumbling across a colourful festival or catching a long-yearned-for glimpse
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Enjoying the rural vistas on a short stint out of the train © Trisha Ping Trisha Ping, Destination Editor for East and Mid USA, recently returned from a trip on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. Tell us more… My brother and I spent three weeks travelling by train between Beijing and Moscow on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. The
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This month’s round up includes a story of a memorable homestay experience in Sapa, Vietnam © chain45154 / Getty Images What a month it’s been for our intrepid Pathfinders community. During August we’ve been regaled with colourful stories of pilgrimages in Peru, lesser-known alcoholic tipples in Mexico and a peculiar pastime popular in the Netherlands.
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Edinburgh skyline at dusk © @maketimetoseetheworld City skylines, natural wonders and dramatic viewpoints made this month’s round-up of the Pathfinder Instagrams that left us with severe wanderlust. From Edinburgh to Yucatán, these are the shots that are worth a second look. London, UK ‘While exploring Hackney I stumbled upon an historic tower with views over
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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
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