Lonely Planet Launches Spring 2016 Issue of New Travel Magazine

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The second issue of leading travel media company Lonely Planet's new travel magazine is out today.

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Lonely Planet magazine's Spring 2016 issue

This issue is packed full of fresh travel ideas, whether you’re planning a family, couple or solo adventure.

The Spring 2016 issue of Lonely Planet magazine – the new print publication from international travel brand Lonely Planet – hit newsstands today.

Features include an interview with actor, director and award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy, ‘10 New Ways to Fall in Love with New York,’ Lonely Planet’s top picks for the best places to visit in the U.S. this year and ‘What to Eat in Seattle.’

Also in the Spring 2016 issue is a collection of essential family travel gear, tech-savvy hotels and a handy how-to cruise infographic on how travelers can get the most from their on-shore time. Spotlighted destinations include Sicily, Argentina and Iceland.

“This issue is packed full of fresh travel ideas, whether you’re planning a family, couple or solo adventure,” said Editor Lauren Finney. “We’ve included exotic journeys as well as let’s-book-them-now getaways.”

The latest venture from the world’s leading travel media company, Lonely Planet magazine aims to inspire today’s traveler through immersive storytelling, rich photography, practical advice and accessible travel ideas.

About Lonely Planet Magazine:
Lonely Planet launched its first U.S. magazine in November 2015. The quarterly publication provides an engaging resource for today’s traveler, and embraces the legacy of its namesake brand and co-founder Tony Wheeler’s trademark slogan: "Just go!" Newsstand copies can be found at retailers across the country, including Barnes & Noble, Hudson Booksellers and Whole Foods Market, at $5.99. The digital edition is available for iPad, Kindle and Nook. Visit us at http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usmagazine.

About Lonely Planet:
Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel media company, inspiring and informing travelers since 1973. Over the past four decades, Lonely Planet has cultivated a dedicated traveler community and printed more than 130 million books in 13 different languages to almost every destination on the planet. The brand offers compelling travel content across various channels, including an award-winning website, guide- and trade books, magazines, mobile apps, video and more. Visit us at lonelyplanet.com, and join us on Facebook (facebook.com/lonelyplanet), Twitter (@lonelyplanet and #lp) and Instagram (instagram.com/lonelyplanet).

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