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best blogs, Instagram shots and videos from January 2019 – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Sunset at the Charles Bridge in Prague, with swans swimming in the river

This month’s Pathfinders round-up features a rundown of Prague’s prime sights © Roman Borodaev / Shutterstock For many people the primary month of the 12 months can usually be a sleepy one, slipping by earlier than we’ve even had likelihood to ponder potential vacation plans. This isn’t the case for our globetrotting Pathfinders neighborhood, nevertheless, who’ve wasted no time embarking on a miscellany of thrilling adventures, from climbing hair-raising trails in Spain to uncovering the highlights of Prague. To encourage you to kick-start your personal 2019 journey […]

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Top 10 Travel Advice

Top 10 Travel Advice

Always make sure you’ve checked the most recent travel information for your destination you want to travel subscribe to some free email alerts whenever the travel information is upgraded. If need be choose for travel insurance and be certain this is organized before hand to pay some activities you want to take part in as well as insurance for many of your luggage. Check to find out whether you’re in need to get a visa for the countries you’re likely to see, however take note that you […]

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Eritea Travel Advice

Eritea Travel Advice

Eritea, a State from the Horn of Africa is Currently the capital of Asmara and Will Be Headquartered in Sudan, Ethiopia and Djibouti. The production of contemporary day Eritrea is due to the incorporation of separate Kingdoms and respective vassal nations of the empire and the Ottoman Empire, that has historically solved at the creation of Italian Eritrea. Eritea is really a single-party country. Though its own constitution of 1997 given the nation because the presidential republic with a unicameral parliamentary democracy, it’s nevertheless to be executed. […]

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Monisha Rajesh on the golden rules of Indian train travel – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Passengers in the doorway of an Indian train

inside this guest article, Monisha Rajesh — writer of About India at 80 Trains — provides us the lowdown on the best way best to get the absolute most from a travel experience unlike any other. Back in 2010 I spent four weeks traveling the length and width of the Indian Railways system at the hope of raising the veil to a nation that was a stranger to me. Covering 40,000kilometers and 80 train travels, I rode express trains, steam trains, and Mumbai’s notorious commuter trains, even […]

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Gambia Travel Advice – How to Avoid ‘Bumsters’

Gambia Travel Advice - How to Avoid 'Bumsters'

The Gambia is an ex British colony situated on the west coast of Africa, just 6 hours flying time from London. I have dwelt in The Gambia off and on for more than years (conducting a cultural music college ) and I rate The Gambia as being one of the best travel destinations on earth. The Gambia is this a colourful country and it is called’the smiling coast’ to those in the know. For several years, but it’s been set back by a continuous problem; that of’bumsters’. […]

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Winter Travel Advice for Seniors

Business Travel Tips

Whether you’re heading south to prevent the approaching winter or seeing family during the vacations traveling can be hectic and stressful. To be able to relieve some of the strain and to assist in preventing significant items from being left behind we have put together a winter travel packing guide. It is always important to keep in mind that regardless of your means of travel items can go wrong whether it is weather delays or a flat tire, so you should be ready for the worst during […]

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Carrie Veatch, For Gluten Sake – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Carrie tucking into tapioca crepes in Brazil © Carrie Veatch

New year, fresh Pathfinder spotlight! My name is Carrie and I have celiac disease, also I have to let it prevent me from travelling the world. As an Gluten Sake is all about showing you, when you have the right tools, it’s more than likely to travel the entire world as a celiac disease. My website has the largest record of 100% fermented spots round the Earth, fermented town guides, fermented tips, hotel reviews and much more! Describe Your Trip style in three words… Food-centred, flexible and […]

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Australia, France, Bulgaria, Berlin and Italy – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Cliff astride his noble steed Turbo on Rainbow Beach, Queensland © Clifton Wilkinson

Cliff astride his noble steed Turbo on Rainbow Beach, Queensland © Clifton Wilkinson At Lonely Planet we’re simply obsessed with travel; rarely a week goes by when someone hasn’t just got back from an epic adventure. To celebrate our infatuation with exploration, each month Lonely Planet staff will be sharing some of their recent travel stories from the road. Read on for horseback beach escapes, birthday celebrations in Berlin and more… Horse riding along Rainbow Beach, Queensland Turbo was having none of it. Try as I might, […]

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Travel Advice for Taking the Kids Skiing

Travel Advice for Taking the Kids Skiing

Each parent is fully aware that taking the kids on vacation, while excellent for quality family time, can be hard when it comes to the extended periods of traveling involved. When there are lots of fun and interactive flight gadgets to help keep the children occupied on the flight, what can you do if it comes to transfers throughout the mountains where there are not flight attendants to bring food or an extra pillow? Have a read of this guide on the best methods for keeping the […]

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Essential Europe Travel Advice

Essential Europe Travel Advice

You already know the fundamentals regarding how to book flights, buy EU residents travel insurance (if you live there), and book more economical accommodation. Perhaps you need more hints that would help save you money, time, or both as you set foot on this continent not any bigger than Asia but just as varied. Below are a few travel tips to maximise your enjoyment when indulging on your wanderlust. Trains Rail travel isn’t so popular in many regions of the planet but Europe is obviously an exception, […]

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