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We don’t need a map: The growth in illustrated travel titles

Travellers are looking beyond traditional guidebooks for recommendations and inspiration—and publishers are finding new niche audiences in a shifting travel market. Andrea Hanke investigates the growth in illustrated travel titles. When Lonely Planet published The Travel Book in 2004, its unique mix of travel encyclopaedia and travel photography became an...

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