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Five curious facts about Croatia

Nestled near Italy on the Adriatic Sea, the tiny country has been an unsung source of innovation, libation and historical intrigue for centuries.
Read more… 26 August 2013

Inside Kazakhstan’s labyrinthine bazaar

Lonely Planet travel writer Iain Shearer explores the capital’s famed Green Market on a quest to find life-giving herbs.
25 August 2013

Our favourite images of the week

From Guatemala to Istanbul, wander the world’s most fascinating locales without leaving your seat.
17 August 2013

Thirsty Explorer

A little liquid courage in Cali, Colombia

In the self-proclaimed salsa capital of the world, a drink that tastes like embalming fluid mixed with a spot of rum makes it easy to move to the beats of Pacific Colombia.
Read more… 14 August 2013

Mexico’s mezcal revolution

Once considered “cheap fire water”, the agave-based alcohol is now one of the country’s most popular liquors.
Read more… 13 August 2013


The Cronut spawns in London

From the Townie (a brownie-slash-tart), to the Dosant (half doughnut, half croissant) and the Duffin (a doughnut and muffin fusion), these hybrid sweets are going down a treat.
Read more… 08 August 2013

Canada’s creative island escape

A trip to the tranquil Southern Gulf Islands is one of the most popular ways to tap into a chilled-out British Columbia vibe.
Read more… 07 August 2013


Where to eat when Rome shuts down

Thanks to the economic crisis, more Romans are staying in the city this August ― meaning there are more authentic dining options for travellers to gorge on.
Read more… 06 August 2013

Leaping into Croatia’s frog leg tradition

Long associated with French gastronomy, the amphibian – whether served wrapped in bacon, smothered in a mild gorgonzola sauce or deep fried – is gaining popularity with visitors.
Read more… 23 July 2013

A gourmand pilgrimage to Scottish shores

Home to more sheep than people, the remote Inner Hebrides island of Iona is developing a flourishing slow-food scene, where gardens are only fertilised using seaweed.
18 July 2013

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