- 12 September 2007
Lonely Planet launches magazine in
Scheduled for launch on September 15, the
The publication will be destination-based with first issues covering
Clare says: “We’ve also seen tremendous growth in travel in this region and we are fortunate that in Sapiens, geoPlaneta have found a very experienced publisher with an instinctive understanding of
The full-colour glossy magazine consists of articles commissioned and edited by Sapiens. Every 170 page issue includes in depth features on travel and life in a selected country or city, illustrated with stunning photographs. The magazine also provides practical advice on travel to that destination as well as news for travellers, incorporating readers’ letters, general hints and tips and reviews of travel literature and guides. There’s also a section on responsible travel and a What’s Coming Up section on worldwide events.
The magazine has an initial print run of 60,000 copies and will retail at €5.95 through subscriptions, kiosks and standard distribution channels.
Note to editors:
Foreign Rights Director, Clare Mercer, is available for interview.
Images of cover and inside spreads of the Lonely Planet Magazine are available on request.
The magazine is 170 pages, full colour 190 x 265mm.