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Travel News from June 2014

Cable car passengers airlifted to safety in French Alps ordeal, ‘Rocky’ step…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: passengers rescued in French cable car terror, hundreds evacuated in Costa del Sol fire outbreak, plans for a major revamp at the Philadelphia Museum … read more

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June 30, 2014 at 1:02 pm

Barcelona’s bullring may become a mosque, Hong Kong gearing up for protest, free w…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Barcelona’s famous bullring could become Europe’s largest mosque, Hong Kong preparing for large public protest, free wifi for airports in NYC and drivers in … read more

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June 26, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Oil drilling in the Canary Islands, Taiwan celebrates panda’s first birthday, Geor…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Oil drilling set to go ahead in the Canary Islands, Taiwan to celebrate panda’s first birthday with lantern festival, George Lucas to open narrative … read more

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June 25, 2014 at 1:04 pm

Nazi-themed cafe reopens in Indonesia, unofficial democracy referendum in Hong Kong, dea…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Nazi-themed cafe reopens in Indonesia amid international uproar, air traffic controller strike planned in France, unofficial democracy referendum in Hong Kong extended due to … read more

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June 23, 2014 at 1:18 pm

France plans to be nicer to travellers, Icelandic ‘elf chapel’ is saved, Bal…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: France plans to boost tourism numbers by being kinder, Icelandic campaigners win battle to save ‘elf chapel’ from being destroyed in road construction, the … read more

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June 20, 2014 at 12:49 pm

Freak summer snowstorm hits Norway, train fares to rise in India, Mt Etna disrupts fligh…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Freak summer snowstorm hits Tromsø, Norway for first time in one hundred years, Indian Railways expected to increase fares to stem massive losses, Mt Etna erupts … read more

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June 17, 2014 at 1:37 pm
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