Grab the popcorn: Lonely Planet launches the Netflix of travel docos
Lonely Planet has launched a range of content to transport you from your self-iso couch nest to some of the world’s most amazing destinations.
Lonely Planet to close most of Melbourne office as magazine ceases publication
Lonely Planet will cease most of its operations in Melbourne and London, as the iconic travel publisher grapples with COVID-19’s impact on the industry.
Travel marketers rejoice! Lonely Planet content is now available as a service
Are you a travel marketer who spends most of your working hours doing sweet f**k all? Well, get ready to recline your office chair even further in celebration of this news.
Trailblazing women inspire Lonely Planet’s new travel guide
by Mekal Mishra
Some of the women featured in the new guide include Michelle Obama, Nancy Bird Walton, Cathy Freeman, and Greta Thunberg.
Aussie Island recognised in Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Travel’ list
Take note, folks: one of the most prestigious hit lists in the industry has released its picks for 2020. Get the lowdown on what you need to know to sell them here.
STUDY: experience outweighs destination in trip planning
A traveller survey has revealed what the industry gets wrong about how and why clients plan their trips.
Lonely Planet: Best destination in Asia Pacific revealed (and it’s Australian)
Pop the champers, folks. An Australian destination was just ranked number one in all of APAC! You’ll never guess which one though.
Lonely Planet moves into OTA territory with new acquisition
Worried about the rise of OTAs and their impact on your business model? We strongly advise having a packet of Panadol at the ready before giving this a squiz.
Lonely Planet’s best in travel names red centre among top regions
Meanwhile, our top ‘region’ of the day is the pub down the road, which we will be visiting as soon as this article goes live.
PICTURES: Here’s 11 photos of cats chilling at historical sites
We’re not even mad that these cats probably lead MUCH more interesting lives than we do. How can you stay mad at their fuzzy little faces?
PICTURES: Introducing Lonely Planet’s BEST places to visit in Asia
Meanwhile, we’re trying to scope out the best places to buy the cheapest, nastiest coffee available today so we can save our money and visit some of these stunning locations.
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