Lonely Planet magazine is the new glossy travel magazine for people with an obsession for travel and new knowledge. As well as the suggestions and helpful advice Lonely Planet is famous for, the magazine is packed with comprehensive features, regular offerings from the very best world famous writers, and eye-catching photography. It is hailed as one of the best travel magazines of 2011.
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Travel magazines are the perfect read to escape from your busy lives and just soak up some foreign and exotic images and features on the best new locations all over the globe. If you want more advice on the best new exciting places to visit then you need a copy of Lonely Planet.
From America to Taiwan, this magazine covers them all. The images are so beautiful that we quite frankly want to jump straight into the picture and get away from it all! We were particularly interested with one article which focussed on the unsung amazing sights and places in Sweden, we like the fact that Lonely Plate likes to focus on different and unique places for readers to visit and not just on the same generic places like so many other standard magazines.
The Lonely Planet magazine likes to have a regular feature which focuses on one particular area which tells the readers as much information as possible on that location. For example one issue of Lonely Planet looked at everything there is to experience in Granada. There will be sections on the best places to stay, the best restaurants and hot spots as well as more unknown areas which would have less tourists and be more remote.
We personally would love to find an untouched area in an exotic foreign land with very few other tourists that we could explore at out leisure. If you are longing to find your next secluded foreign holiday, then we think that you should look no further than Lonely Planet magazine.