From a mosque-inspired Istanbul bunkhouse to an industrial resort in New York, these design hostels offer far more than just a place to sleep at night.
While the US celebrates with hot dogs and fireworks, freedom festivities can take many forms.
Lonely Planet photographer Dominic Bonuccelli gets a permanent souvenir to commemorate his adventures in Mexico.
In the late 1800s, a US governor made his fortune in Mexico’s Batopilas silver mines, turning the town into his own personal kingdom.
Lonely Planet photographer Dominic Bonuccelli treks to the lost cathedral of Satevo, a long-neglected mission on the banks of the Batopilas River.
Despite headlines about drug-related violence along its north border, Mexico’s capital is evolving into a cosmopolitan city with a geographically convenient north-meets-south location.