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Keşfedilmeyi Bekleyen 8 Hayalet Kasaba

<b>Eski bir ticaret merkezinden sular altında kalan kasabaya, dünyanın en yalnız mekanlarını keşfedin.</b>Nasıl terk edildikleri hakkında hepsinin farklı …

In the words of photographer @peterstuckings, "You can never get too much of #HongKong #Harbour." The observation wheel looks pretty tiny in this concrete jungle. Tag a friend you'd like to share this view with! #lp #travel

Today's #mylpguide is from traveller and #LonelyPlanet fan @jeroenknegt, putting together the plans for his next European adventure. #travel

Top 10 Maui travel experiences

Admit it – you’re grinning already, even before you step on the plane. It starts with the idea of Maui… the anticipation. With the abundance of white beaches, waterfalls, and waves, what is there not to love? With all this island has to offer, you may be wondering where to start – never fear we got …

This weekend's #lpInstaTakeover is from @drewhopper. Drew is a young professional travel/landscape photographer based in #Australia. Drew travels far and wide to capture pictures that define his experiences with the vision that they will impact and inspire an audience in a way individual to each person. Here's Drew's first pic of four for this weekend's bracket: 'One of my all time favourite travel photos I’ve shot would be this Buddhist Monk outside Angkor Thom in #Cambodia blessing a Cambodian family. The monk poured holy water over the family including their motorcycle and other personal belongings they had brought to the temple for cleansing.' - Drew

Your backstage pass to the best festivals in Chicago

Bookworm? Architecture buff? Indie rocker? No matter how you roll, Chicago’s got a festival for you. Each festival season – which stretches roughly from the first suggestion of mild temps until the first threat of flurries – brings over 400 neighborhood shindigs alone, not to mention a host of …

'Boaters paddle the Nam Lang River, a freshwater channel that flows through Tham Lod Cave in the Mae Hong Son region of #NorthernThailand. The 1,666-meter-long limestone cave is home to many bats and swifts. Getting this shot required climbing the cavity of the cave for a higher vantage point to put the scene into perspective and create a sense of scale.' - Drew This is our second #travel image in this weekend's #lpInstaTakeover from Australian photographer @drewhopper. Stay tuned for two more to come.

The best of wild Cyprus

We’ll let you in on a secret: away from the resort Shangri-Las, Cyprus brims with empty hillside trails and some of the Mediterranean’s best dive sites. Sure, you could just flop out on the beach with the crowds, but the rugged terrain of this sunshine-splashed island just begs to be explored. From …

Barcelona with children

One of the great things about Barcelona is the local habit of including children in many seemingly adult activities. Going out to eat or sipping a beer at a <i>terrazza</i> (terrace) needn’t mean leaving children behind. Barcelonins take their kids out all the time and don’t worry too much about keeping …

Forget the Greek islands, head north instead

Greece’s vast north is unmatched for geographical, cultural and even culinary diversity. Here, great stretches of mountains, lakes, forest and coastline remain to be discovered. With terrain stretching from the azure Ionian Sea across the rugged Epiros mountains to the Thracian plain and the …

Top 10 traditional cheap eats in Istanbul's Bazaar District

Many of the merchants, artisans, porters and local shoppers who spend their days in Istanbul Old City’s world-famous bazaars are committed chowhounds. Having taste-tested their way through the district, they are the best possible guides when it comes to identifying the district’s freshest, fastest …

Insider’s Guide to Yunnan, China

Land of peaks, valleys, and monasteries, <b>Yunnan</b> is home to the largest number of ethnic groups in China. The gateway towns of <b>Shangri-La</b> (much of which, sadly, burned in January 2014) <b></b>and <b>Lijiang</b> showcase area traditions and cultures, but many interesting sites lie in the countryside.<p><b>Here’a an</b> …

I Heart My National Park: Yellowstone

There are few people living who know Yellowstone better than <b>Jeremy Schmidt</b>. The Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based writer and photographer has spent 40 years as a ranger, “winterkeeper,” and guide in the park.<p>The author of more than a dozen books, Schmidt is a longtime contributor to <i>National Geographic</i> …

Reader Recs: Romantic Destinations

Planning a trip with that special someone? We asked our Facebook fans to share their favorite romantic destinations, and they came through in a big way.<p><b>Whether you’re looking for a tried-and-true classic or something more off the grid, our travel community has got you covered:</b><p>Not surprisingly …

England’s Ultimate Cliff-Hanger: Dorset

If these cliffs in West Bay Beach look familiar, it’s because they brood over the key crime scene in the transatlantic TV hit <i>Broadchurch.</i><p>Rising as if ripped from Earth’s crust, the formation has always seemed positioned for dramatic effect. In fact, show creator Chris Chibnall calls the murder …

Floating Christmas tree at Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro. #rio #christmastree #lagoa