Eleanor Wallis

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100 of the best things to do in London

In terms of cultural attractions, world-class restaurants and unusual diversions, London is a city without compare. It is no exaggeration to say you could pursue a different recreational activity in the city every night of the year, but that degree of choice can be overwhelming. To help you on your …

The best rucksacks for women: Action Packed

The pressure for putting girls in pink begins early – in the baby department – but you might think it would halt at the entrance to the outdoor store. Alas, no. Not only are there fewer choices for women when it comes to adventure gear (due to lesser demand, it must be admitted) but the limited …

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Amazon rainforest retreats: The Fab Five

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Disease resistance to antibiotics at tipping point, expert warns

The director of the Wellcome Trust has warned that resistance of disease to antibiotics has reached a tipping point at which it could creep into the UK almost without notice.<p>Prof Jeremy Farrar said the effects would be gradual and would be seen not just in resistant new infections but in everyday …

Unmissable South America

South America is home to dramatic landscapes, archaeological splendours from the past and a dizzying variety of wildlife - the largest collection of plant and animal species on earth, in fact. For the sheer awe factor, it's hard to top seeing Incan ruins through mist-covered cloud forest, spying …

2013 Surf City Surf Dog competition in Huntington Beach

Action shots of the wipeouts and whimpering of the wet dogs at the 5th Annual Surf Dog competition at Huntington Beach. Also see photos from last year’s event and 2011.<p><i>Follow Bryan Chan on Twitter @bryanchanphoto</i>

Wat to do in Cambodia? Apart from Angkor! Top 10 Alternative Ways to Experience Cambodia...

Updated November 30th, 2017.<p>Over one million tourists each year head to Siem Reap in Cambodia to experience perhaps the most famous temple complex in …

Bill Bailey's Hobart: My Kind of Town

<b>Why Hobart?</b><p>It’s got everything I like about a city: it’s not too big, it’s next to the sea, it’s got a bit of history, lies in the shadow of a mountain (Mount Wellington) and is a just a stone’s throw away from some amazing countryside (much of Tasmania is very green and largely untouched by man). …

The Most Extreme Staircases In The World Could Finally Squash Your Fear Of Heights

(Photo: Getty Images)<p>When you want to sightsee and exercise at the same time, there's only one thing to do: climb a really, really big staircase. And if any are beautiful enough to tame your fear of heights, there are some pretty spectacular ones to check out.<p>We're counting down some of our …

Top 20 free things to do in Berlin

Berlin may be one of the best-value cities in Europe but, for visitors, those euros can start to add up after days of museum-hopping and nights of clubbing. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to stretch your budget further by cashing in on some tip-top freebies.<p>Catch a ride to the Reichstag’s …

Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travel Adventures

<i>Editor's note: The following guest post was written by Emily K. Wolman</i><i>, the editor at large for Lonely Planet.</i><p>What’s your definition of "ultimate …

Best of August 2013

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10 places to travel for a higher cause

Seeking some deeper meaning on your travels? Make your own pilgrimage to some of the world’s great spiritual sites.<p>1. Source of the Ganges (India)<p>The River Ganges is Hinduism’s holiest river, beginning in the Himalayan peaks of Uttar Pradesh and spilling out into the Bay of Bengal more than 2000km …

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Six weekend breaks in Europe

If you’ve ticked off Europe's big city hitters such as Paris, Rome and Madrid, then <i>Lonely Planet Traveller</i> magazine has some suggestions for your next trip.<p>Jerez de la Frontera, Spain<p>Jerez distils Andalucian culture down to its most dramatic elements. It is a beguiling town of sherry bodegas, sleek …

Burma's misty mornings and lost cities – in pictures

Burmese Light is a collection of photographs by Hans Kemp capturing the beauty and serenity the country. The photos – and a small selection of his other Asian images – are on show at the OXO Tower Wharf in London until 16 September

Fastest, hottest, deadliest: 33 incredible world records of travel

Argentina travel tips and articles

Ten unusual honeymoon hotspots

It’s your honeymoon, so it has to be special and unique. From the windswept beaches of a car-free island in the Baltic to tasting wine rarely sipped outside Argentina, these hideaways rarely appear on the usual post-wedding itinerary:<p><b>1. Snuggle in a beach basket built for two on Hiddensee Island,</b> …

The world's 10 happiest countries

Secret O’ahu: sights only the locals know about

Most people think of O’ahu strictly as a beach vacation interspersed with hiking and awash with cocktails. But what they don't realise is that there is a lot going on that has nothing to do with the island’s sandy beaches, flip-flopped feet, or the big, sugary, impossibly coloured drinks of …

32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life

And all you have to do is read them!