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Recent analysis by online home rental company Spotahome has standardised the latest city and country-level data available.

While UK braves cold, warm Seychelles featured in travel magazine

The beautiful beaches of Seychelles and the lovely landscape of the islands are then spread across 12 pages in Lonely Planet Traveller’s magazine in the “Perfect Trip” section, highlighting the

Dominican Republic named Best In Travel For 2013

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Lonely Planet has named Dominican Republic as one of its Top 10 Countries for 2013 in its annually published Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2013.

Uganda Tourism Minister opens new Heritage Museum

UGANDA (eTN) - The Uganda Minister of Tourism, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu, lamented the lack of funding when opening a new privately-owned heritage museum in Mbarara just before Christmas.

Ukraine named one of top three tourist destinations for 2012

KYIV, Ukraine - The reputable British tourist guide Lonely Planet chose Ukraine as one of the top three tourist destinations for 2012. Uganda and Burma occupy the first two spots of the list.

Lonely Planet’s guide to traveling “with the stars”

If you can’t be a star, join them, aptly sums up Lonely Planet’s “new list.” Compiled by the travel guide’s US travel editor, Robert Reid, the list reveals ways you can travel “with the s

Lonely Planet: UK is “overpriced, lacking in quality”

Britain is not a good choice for tourists on a tight budget, according to the Lonely Planet company.

Lonely Planet editor vouches for Mexican safety

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - In a recent CNN.com special report by Lonely Planet Travel Editor Robert Reid, the news website highlighted the safety and security of Mexico as a tourist destination.

LAN Airlines and Lonely Planet announce partnership

LONDON - LAN Airlines, one of the leading airlines in South America, and Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel content provider, announced the signing of a five-year agreement at the World Travel

Lonely Planet, travel writer defend book’s accuracy

(eTN) - Thomas Kohnstamm, a travel writer for world-renowned Lonely Planet travel guide books, is now at the center of a controversy over the accuracy of his travel books. To defend the accuracy of his travel guides, he has spoken to the media. "I did not make up sections,” Kohnstamm told AP. “I did not plagiarize."

Tourism this week in Latin America

ARGENTINA 18 percent increase for shipping authorized The government authorized an 18 percent increase in fares for freight flights whose price has been regulated since 2002, and was previously adjusted just once by 20 percent in October 2006. Pluna will link Mar del Plata with other Latin American cities
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