What will guidebooks look like in the future? Using his unique experience as a travel writer for Lonely Planet, Kevin explores how our travel behaviours are changing and how the industry is adapting.
Kevin Raub is a Portugal-based travel and entertainment journalist who grew up in Atlanta and started his career in entertainment in New York. For the last decade, Raub has travelled the globe for a variety of publications, including New York Times T Magazine and BBC History. Raub is the co-author of numerous Lonely Planet travel guides, ranging from places such as the Caribbean Islands to India. A well-known Brazil expert, having resided there for seven years, Raub handled all of Lonely Planet’s on-the-ground social media coverage during the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
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