A guidebook or a local map usually suffices when you travel to an unknown city or country. A word with the locals often results in discovering unmapped destinations, but the best possible way to discover and explore a place, has to be the Lonely Planet way. After watching their shows on TV and catching snippets from their website, I’m convinced that their deal with Nokia will work in favor of the thirsty traveler! Yes, thirsty for discovering exotic info about the travel destination on hand. Nokia users will soon be able to download info on more than 100 tourist hubs and garner knowledge on the local scene including dining, party spots, night life and the ever fav shopping secrets. At the cost of $11.75 per download, from the Extras menu on Nokia phones, users will be able to get to the Lonely Planet’s recommendations.