Lonely Planet releases the second edition of ‘Ultimate Travel List’

The coronavirus epidemic has fully advanced the journey this year, but once things get back to normal, there is a new list of places to help you plan your next trip.

Last week, Lonely Planet released its second edition of the “Ultimate Travel List” coffee table book, which includes 500 “unacceptable travel experiences.”

According to a press release, the book features more than 200 new locations and ranks all 500 locations “in order of luminosity.”

Pierce Picard, vice president of Lonely Planet Publishing, said the company changed the ranking of the new book slightly.

“For this edition, we have added additional issues to the destinations and attractions that drive tourism in a sustainable manner,” Picard said in a statement.

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According to the press release, the book focuses a lot on outdoor and backpacking experiences, but includes “something for every traveler in every corner of the globe”.

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Of the 500 locations, 29 U.S. Which includes nine national parks as well as “a good mix of cultural and art institutions”.

One of those organizations – one of 200 new locations – is located in Washington, D.C. In the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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According to the website, the “Ultimate Travel List” is priced at. 24.99. The first edition was released in 2015 and the third edition is expected to be released in 2025.

The press release said 500 locations and their rankings were found in Lonely Planet’s guidebook archives and was voted on by “everyone from the Lonely Planet Travel community” who selected their top 20 locations.

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“After seven months at home, it’s time to think about where and how to travel after returning to normalcy,” Picard said. Putting this book together, we got excited by making changes to ‘where’ and both. ‘how’. “

Petra, Jordan, tops the second edition of Lonely Planet

Petra, Jordan, Lonely Planet’s “Ultimate Travel List.” Is on top in the second version of. (iStock)

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Here are the top 10 experiences in Lonely Planet’s “Final Travel List” to see which places have made it to the very top of the rankings.

1. Petra, Jordan

2. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Ul. Uluru-Kata Shoes National Park, Australia Australia

4. Okavango Delta, Botswana

5. Yellowstone National Park, U.S.

6. Lake Blade, Slovenia

7. Iguazu Falls, Argentina – Brazil

8. Temples of Angkor, Cambodia

9. Salar de Uuni, Bolivia

10. Annapurna Circuit, Nepal

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