Lonely Planet’s Travel Sketch Pad is the perfect companion for drawing, doodling and illustrating at home or on the road.
From beach getaways and city breaks to adventure travel and winter sports, this handy checklist will ensure nothing ever gets left behind again.
A practical and inspiring guide to great campervan adventures. Everything you need for life on the open road.
Packed with trade secrets, this pocket-size book will help you have better, safer, cheaper trips – wherever you’re heading.
Every journey is an experience and everyone travels differently! Memories are personal and we all remember things in our own way – that's why Marco Polo have created MY WAY travel journals.
Whether you're wielding a phone or a full-size DSLP, Lonely Planet's Best Every Photography Tips will sharpen your skills and your pictures.
This journal, designed specially for the roving traveller, contains a mix of narrow-lined and blank pages to allow writing, jotting, sketching and noting.
This notebook, designed specially for the roving traveller, contains narrow-lined pages, allowing users to write thoughts, lists, ideas or memos.
This beautiful notebook features cover illustrations of iconic travel destinations from America by New Zealand artist Ross Murray.
This beautiful notebook features cover illustrations of iconic travel destinations from Asia by New Zealand artist Ross Murray.
This beautiful notebook features cover illustrations of iconic travel destinations from Europe by New Zealand artist Ross Murray.
Lonely Planet Caribbean Islands is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.
A glorious insight into Australia and New Zealand’s history, landscape and people from the window of the nations’ magnificent railway journeys.
Every country in the world, in one guidebook: The World: A Traveller’s Guide to the Planet.
Featuring communist bunkers, burning gas craters and at least one sponge-rock fluorescent grotto built by Polish monks, this book reveals weird and wonderful sights the crowds don’t reach.
Lonely Planet presents ideas and itineraries for 52 weekends of culture heaven, packed with expert recommendations, maps and advice on how to get there and where to stay.