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During the inception of the original Lonely Planet tome in 1973 (the self-published "Across Asia on the Inexpensive" by Maureen and Tony Wheeler), the global milieu portrayed a markedly disparate landscape.

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While brands like Rough Guide, Bradt, and Frommers garnered widespread prominence, Lonely Planet reigned supreme as the vanguard - the company contends to have disseminated approximately 150 million copies of its guidebooks thus far.

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Although Lonely Planet played a pivotal role in democratizing travel, it also came to symbolize the challenges associated with growth - spawning familiar routes for tourists, inundating recommended sites with swarms of visitors, and contributing to tourism dynamics that irreversibly transformed small communities.

The brand was acquired by the BBC in 2007, in a transaction reportedly valued at £130 million, before being divested at a purported financial loss several years later. The swiftly evolving realm of digital publishing had taken its toll.

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  17. Lonely Planet's 50 Best Places to Travel in 2024

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    50 destinations for 50 years of travel. This year, do more than just dream about the Best in Travel. Get inspired and discover new trip planning tools powered by our 50 years of travel expertise. New. Create a trip & start planning. Let an expert plan your trip. Check out the winners.

  20. The Lonely Planet Travel Anthology

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  21. Best travel films and tv shows to stream right now

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  22. All Books

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    Local Strolls: 10K steps on the Vegas strip. Delve into Local Strolls, a series where writers reveal their favorite walks in their hometowns. Each route offers a snapshot of urban life, guiding you to lesser-known attractions and cherished local spots. Here, Jesse Scott outlines the best route for exploring Las Vegas's iconic Strip on foot.

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