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This month...

…we’re venturing to places where people once feared to tread. Some are just a short stroll from Lonely Planet’s London HQ. Where rats scuttled and pigeons roosted, a cluster of railway arches are now alive instead with creativity – home to potters, bakers, gin distillers, fish smokers and jamón carvers (p84). Across the Atlantic, this issue’s Great Escape skirts around America’s Great Lakes, striking off from a resurgent, formerly bankrupt metropolis: Detroit (p43). And in Chile, we explore Unesco-listed churches, on a mist-shrouded chain of islands set adrift from Patagonia (p96). Look out for further revelations from mysterious, wondrously varied Chile over coming issues.

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In the September issue… Trace the shores of the Great Lakes on a road trip from Detroit to Chicago; follow the Mekong River through the temple-dotted landscape of Laos; try out 20 different experiences to delve into some of France's hidden sides; discover the parallel city housed under London's historic railway arches; take in the beauty of a Chilean island known for its enigmatic churches, and much more.