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10 Literary Restaurants for Hungry Book Nerds Around the World

What’s even better than drinking while reading? Eating while reading, of course (hint: you can have a drink, too). With the news that Biblio, a …

The Chicest Spots In London, As Told By OscarPRGirl

It’s not everyday we get to breakfast with OscarPRgirl Erika Bearman, who was in town on a whistle-stop tour to showcase the brand’s resort ’14 …

What It's Like to See the Aurora From Space

Two astronauts chatting about seeing the specialness of Earth's beauty from above.<p>These astronauts, Mike Massimino and Don Pettit, are a bit blasé about the view of the aurora from Earth. "One of the things that we've noticed," Massimino says, "is that when you see something, you get used to it in …

Are study-abroad programmes vacation or education?

The primary motivator to study abroad now is not necessarily to learn, but instead to have a great adventure.<p>Study abroad? Seems like a no-brainer in today’s global economy. Indeed, colleges and universities have been selling the idea that a term overseas is an unparalleled chance for students to …

College & University

Hiking Wales’ storied coastline

The first long-distance trail to trace a country’s entire shoreline, the 870-mile Wales Coast Path is alive with vibrant scenery and legend, from the Llŷn Peninsula to Pembrokeshire.<p>The first long-distance trail to trace the shoreline of an entire country, the Wales Coast Path offers an immersion …

Ireland

America's legendary drives

With over four million miles of highway, the USA offers more road trips than anyone could tackle in one lifetime. Whether you’re itching to peek into Wild West history, or just longing for a big ol’ soulful dose of nature’s vistas, you’ll find them along America’s backroads and byways. Here are our …

Hiking

How To Quit Your Job And Travel

Me in Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico.<p>In April 2012 I was sitting at home on a Saturday afternoon idly researching living in Mexico. I'd been looking to …

America the Beautiful: 50 States in 50 Photos

At 3.79 million square miles (9.83 million km2) and approximately 315 million people, the United States is the third largest country by land area and …

Cambodia's vast lost city: world's greatest pre-industrial site unearthed

It's 7am at Angkor Wat and there's not a tourist in sight. It's blissfully quiet, the first clear June morning after two days of torrential rains. …

10 Castles from Around The World That Are Straight Out Of Fairy Tales (PHOTOS)

It's no wonder that almost every fairy tale takes place in a far away land in a beautiful castle. There's just something magical about these structures' massive size and architectural features like turrets, spires and drawbridges that will forever recall Sleeping Beauty and Snow White.<p>Although they …

How to road-trip Canada on a budget

Canada is big and beautiful, but climate, distance and the high cost of domestic travel make it hard to get to know her. Having the freedom to throw your stuff in the trunk and set off as you please makes self-driving a tempting way to explore this frequently spectacular country.<p>The Trans-Canada …

Canada

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Success!<p>The best of Fort Myers, Florida<p>Explore the best of Fort Myers & Sanibel…<p>1:44<p>Featured videos<p>Featured videos<p>Travel inspiration<p>Shoes for any adventure<p>Whether hiking mountains, rafting in rivers or hitting the bars, it’s important to find footwear that’s suited to your travel needs. In this set …

Water Parks

Pt 1: Moroccan ceramics and the moulding of tradition

Lonely Planet author John Vlahides learns the time-honoured process of pottery making in Fez, a city known for its rich history of craftsmanship.

Ceramics

Living in: Madrid

While the city’s economic woes and the eurozone crisis dominate the headlines, life in Spanish capital still moves gracefully along.<p>Madrid’s current economic woes and the eurozone crisis are keeping the city in the headlines, as it suffers from a second recession, record unemployment and the …

Eurozone Crisis

10 off-the-beaten-track US national parks

Ancient cliff dwellings, protected sea forts and the world's fourth-longest cave system - the USA's got some incredible parks beyond the big hitters. In this excerpt from <i>Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Experiences</i>, we look at 10 of the parks that are flying fabulously under the radar.<p>1. Sequoia, …

National Parks

Exploring the quiet side of California Wine Country

Blooming orchards under azure skies, vivid mustard flowers beneath budding vines, and rocky hillsides wrapped in fingers of fog – it’s no wonder California’s Wine Country receives millions of annual visitors. With its mild Mediterranean climate and mineral-rich soil, Napa and Sonoma Valleys seem …

Wine