Cover image for Lonely Planet's best in travel 2015.
Lonely Planet's best in travel 2015.
Publication Information:
Footscray, Victoria : Lonely Planet, 2014.

Physical Description:
206 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 18 cm
Lists the top ten countries, regions, cities, and other notable travel destinations to visit in 2015 based on the value, unique experiences, and important events taking place there.
General Note:
Includes index.
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G153.4 .L664 2015 Adult Non-Fiction Travel
G153.4 .L664 2015 Adult Non-Fiction Popular Materials-Travel Guides

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The best places to go and things to do all around the world in 2015! Drawing on the knowledge, passion and miles travelled by Lonely Planet's staff, authors and online community, we present a year's worth of travel inspiration to take you out of the ordinary and into some unforgettable experiences.

Whether it's thanks to a sporting event, a revitalised infrastructure, a special anniversary or just that aura of 'right now', each destination featured has passed through our agonising selection process to win a place on Lonely Planet's hallowed Best in Travel list ­- now in its 10th edition.


Lonely Planet ranks to top 10 countries, regions and cities to visit in 2015 The best travel experiences for the year ahead 16 top travel lists to give you fresh ideas for exploring the world from a new perspective More than 35 events mapped out month by month in the 2015 travel planner

About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.

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Reviews 1

Library Journal Review

This tenth edition of Lonely Planet's Best in Travel, with its beautiful color photographs and enthusiastic commentary, continues to offer inspiration to the neophyte traveler looking to find new destinations. From the more traditional (Ireland, London, Vienna) to the less visited (Nepal, Namibia, Tasmania), the guide provides a brief paragraph on the location along with a couple of highlighted tourist spots. The occasional restaurant or website is listed, but practical information is generally lacking. The "Top Travel Lists" include the best places to propose, have coffee, and fish, but much of it, in particular the section on the world's best toilets (The Royal Wee includes the international space station) feels like filler. Despite its compact size, this is not a book to pack since the scope is broad and the information superficial. Once travelers have picked a destination they'll want to find the appropriate Lonely Planet, Fodor's, or Eyewitness country guide. Verdict An annual subscription to a glossy travel magazine will provide much the same inspiration, along with similar lovely photographs and much more practical information, for the same price.-Linda M. Kaufmann, Massachusetts Coll. of Liberal Arts Lib., North Adams (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.