Taking your first gap year or career break? A budget travel guru shares his saving money hacks for travelers.
Your knowledge of Egypt's ancient history won't impress any of the locals if you aren't up to speed on the current situation.
Discover Western Australia's remote Outback or explore Tropical North Queensland.
Experience the best of these three countries with our insiders' tips.
From the jungles of Sumatra to the surf breaks of Lombok, discover incredible Indonesia.
See one of Italy's strangest festivals, the Processione dei Serpari, in Cocullo, and watch the snakes dance from a distance.
The villagers in Sumba still make bloody sacrifices to keep the spirits happy and bring a good harvest. Find out why you should see the Pasola in Indonesia.
Find out how to experience Venice Carnival like a local. But first, to really enjoy the Carnevale spirit you’ll need a mask, and we know just where to get one!
Where better to swing hands with a loved one on St Valentine’s Day than at the St Valentine’s Festival in the eponymous saint’s Umbrian hometown.
What type of backpack are you taking overseas? How valuable are the items that you are taking with you? And is your passport valid for long enough?
From camel rides to camel pageants, find out how to experience the best of Bikaner Camel Festival in India with Lonely Planet's festival guide.
With events such as tugs-of-war or kabaddi matches pitting Indians against foreigners, and a turban-tying contest purely for foreign visitors, Pushkar's Camel Mela is a festival not to be missed!
Watch actors lampoon the love-sick in Rocca Canterano, Italy, throughout November.
Find out how to celebrate Guru Nanak’s birthday in Punjab with these tips from Lonely Planet.
Heard of Jamie Neale? He's a backpacker who went bushwalking in the Blue Mountains in July 2009 only to get lost and spend the next 12 days trying to find his way out to survive to tell (err, SELL) the tale. He was less than 100 km from the centre of Sydney and about 2km from a 5-star hotel.
Belgium doesn't just have one official language.. it has three and spoken in different parts of the country. Don't get tongue tied, check out this guide to languages in Belgium with World Nomads.