Lonely Planet Magazine’s November issue (UK) has hit the shelves and this month’s edition features a flurry of original weekend escapes, all-American adventures in Colorado and some of Europe’s best train trips.
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Autumn in Athens
With equal measures of grunge and grace, Greece’s capital is a heady mix of history and edginess. Autumn ushers in a cooler climate that’s ideal for exploring the city. Use the tips in the free PDF to inform your route.
Culture in Tunis
Tunisia’s capital is deservedly re-emerging as a travel destination. At the confluence of Eastern and Western civilisations, Tunis is an engaging city full of hybrid ideas and layered histories, as this guide reveals.
After dark in Budapest
Night time suits Hungary’s capital, with restaurants, bars and entertainment venues galore. Find equal pleasure inside a grand relic of imperial times, or a ‘ruin pub’ housed in a semi-derelict building.
Food and drink in Phnom Penh
The Royal Palace’s glimmering spires, the fluttering saffron of monks’ robes and the mighty Mekong River – Cambodia’s capital is Asia at its most alluring. We suggest the best spots to eat, drink and sleep in the city.
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