Lonely Planet's best cities, regions to visit in 2010

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Tuesday 03 November 2009 01:00
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In its just-released guidebook Best in Travel 2010, Lonely Planet reveals its top picks for cities and regions to visit in 2010.

Top Cities:
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Charleston, USA
Cork, Ireland
Cuenca, Ecuador
Istanbul, Turkey
Kyoto, Japan
Lecce, Italy
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Singapore
Vancouver, Canada
(cities not ranked)


Best Regions:
Alsace (France)
Bali (Indonesia)
Fernando de Noronha (Brazil)
Goa (India)
Koh Kong Conservation Corridor (Cambodia)
Lake Baikal (Russia)
Oaxaca (Mexico)
Southern Africa
The Lake District (England)
Southwest Western Australia
(regions not ranked)

Destinations were nominated by Lonely Planet staff and authors, with editors compiling the winners. Among other information included in the book are a top ten country list, a 2010 travel planner with more than 30 adventures mapped out month-by-month, and 17 top travel lists, including "Top Ten Airports."

Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2010 is the publisher's fifth annual collection of the world's best journeys, destinations, and experiences for the coming year. Best in Travel 2010 is available at the list price of €13.50. It is being released the week of November 2 in the US and Europe, with additional worldwide publish dates to follow throughout the month.

http://www.lonelyplanet.com

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