Lonely Planet Magazine India
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The world's most trusted source on travel, Lonely Planet has now made its way to India. Through vivid writing and stunning colour spreads from celebrated and seasoned travellers-writers and photographers, Lonely Planet Magazine (India) inspires travellers to sample different cultures first-hand, discover new people, and learn fascinating stories about every place.
We've got a whole bunch of spine-tingling treats lined up for you in our WINTER LIST! The October 2016 issue of Lonely Planet Magazine India features a menu of great destinations: NICARAGUA, with its jungles, volcanoes, beaches and charming cities; ADVENTURES IN THE EUROPEAN ALPS; and CANADA where the weather’s ideal for getting yourself some hot cocoa or something stronger, like ice wine, as you go peek behind the Niagara Falls. Explore SWEDEN in winter, full of icy landscapes that bring out the wild creatures. And, if that’s too cold for you, head to TASMANIA where you can still encounter great wildlife in not-so-chilly weather. Closer home, plan your great big holiday with our round-up of VALUE HOTELS in INDIA that are not only adorable but affordable too. Staycations are becoming hugely popular and it’s easy to see why – quick access, oodles of pampering, and great food. Which is why our staycation special Easy Trips features some of the best properties across India, starting with a food coma-inducing stay in MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, an indulgent vacay in CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU; a heritage haveli in NEW DELHI; and a romantic retreat in CHIKMAGALUR, KARNATAKA, down to a brand-new property in KARJAT, MAHARASHTRA. PLUS: Cultural Lisbon, Portugal; Slovenia in Winter; Drinking in Budapest, Hungary Download the latest issue of Lonely Planet Magazine India today!