Whether you’re planning a holiday of your own or just want to enjoy a bit of vicarious exploration, the web’s many travelogues are the place to go. See the world from the comfort of your desktop with these informative and entertaining sites, recommended by PC Advisor readers and compiled by David Price.
Recommended by: redandwhite
"The International Herald Tribune's Globespotter blog is highly respected within the travel industry, and its coverage is comprehensive," writes redandwhite.
"It's updated regularly, and gives a fascinating view of a wide range of destinations."
There's a keen interest in food, but more practical concerns are dealt with too – such as UK travel problems on bank holidays.
Recommended by: Seth Haniel
Seth Haniel had no doubt about the leading contender in this category.
"First blog to check for your holiday destination, every time – Lonely Planet. It provides up-to-the-minute news of your travel locations, complete with down-to-earth appraisals," he writes.
As well as detailed information and travel advice, the site encourages healthy debate among readers, canvassing their opinion on everything from graffiti to sustainable tourism.
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