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Lonely Planet launches travel trivia game app05 July 2011
Swift recovery from extreme weather damage and a buoyant culinary scene are just two of the findings from Lonely Planet’s new edition Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef Travel Guide, released today.
Lonely Planet’s New Edition Melbourne & Victoria Travel Guide, Released Today, Suggests Visitors Hop On A Bike To Explore The State.05 July 2011
While full of praise for Victoria’s diverse array of attractions, the guidebook says the state’s public transport can be disappointing
Lonely Planet’s New Edition Perth & West Coast Australia Travel Guide, Released Today, Reveals A Vast State With An Independent Spirit, Still Riding The Wave Of Its Economic Boom.05 July 2011
WA is beyond huge,” the guidebook says. “If it were a separate country, as some of its denizens would prefer it to be, it would be the 10th largest country in the world.” (p.17)
Lonely Planet, The World’s Leading Travel Content Provider, Is All Over Australia This Winter, With Five New Regional Guidebooks Due For Release In July And August.20 June 2011
As with all Lonely Planet guides, these new editions are by independent experts authors who have visited the places they’ve written about, and who tell it like they see it. 10 June 2011
Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2011 is number 1 in the iBookstore • Europe's Best Summer Festivals • We won a Webby! • Planning your next trip?
“It’s An Intoxicating Place – Spectacular, Exotic And Accessible. If You’re Visiting For Business, You’ll Find Pleasure Sneaks Up On You. If You’re Visiting For Pleasure, There’s No Shortage Of Locals Who Make It Their Business To Please.”01 June 2011
Lonely Planet’s pocket-sized colour Encounter Guides are packed with city secrets – perfect for a business trip or quick break when you want to hit the ground running. The information is compact, quick and accessible, with an emphasis on the more local aspects of a city11 May 2011
Overpriced Britain has had its day - according to the author of Lonely Planet’s new guidebook. Author David Else says that Brits won’t stand for paying over the odds on holiday at home and will look to go abroad, especially in the current economic climate: 'Everyone is looking harder to get more bang for their buck and a return to Great British value.'01 May 2011
11 authors, 198 maps, 76 temples & monasteries, and hundreds of noodle spots
The Best Of France, Spain, Canada And Scotland Will Be Even Easier To Experience When Lonely Planet Releases Its New Selection Of Discover Guides This May.01 May 2011
Full-colour and rich with images, Lonely Planet’s inspirational Discover guides are designed for travellers who want to get straight to a country’s highlights.
Travel Literature Is The Ticket For Lonely Planet This April, With The Release Of New Editions Of Three Anthologies Designed To Amuse, Inspire And Surprise01 April 2011
Humorous Tales of Travel and Misadventure03 March 2011
Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel content provider, has teamed up with AudioGO to launch a brand new series of Audio Walking Tours for iPhone users. 03 February 2011
Lonely Planet are giving away 13 of its iPhone city guide apps for free until Saturday 5th February 1am (GMT).14 January 2011
The southwest of England has become the hot new region to experience the best of British food. 13 January 2011
Global travel brand will develop print & digital content by Indian authors, for Indian travellers07 January 2011
Lonely Planet interviews Aung San Suu Kyi20 December 2010
Lonely Planet today announced that it is making its 25 ‘augmented reality’ Compass City Guide Android apps affordable for even more travellers this holiday season, by lowering the price of each app from US$4.99 to just US$0.99c until 25 December 2010.13 December 2010
Lonely Planet have polled the staff in our US-based office to see what US cities, states or regions were on their list for 2011 and why.06 December 2010
Lonely Planet has today announced Dominic Rowell as its new Managing Director of Digital.01 November 2010
The Shetland Islands have been listed as one of the top regions in the world to visit in 2011. Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2011 singles out the ‘last untamed corner of the UK’ for special praise, advising ‘adventurous travellers to step this way’.
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