They have all
helped their readers to find their way around.
The Golden Triangle
This manuscript is, at first, a
guide to Rajasthan and India, and it is that but it is also more in
that it considers tourism from both an anthropological and sociological
Berger begins with statistics on tourism and other aspects of life in
Rajasthan and India, and then considers how tourism in India compares
with tourism in other important tourism destinations.
the world's largest visual travel guide series, in association with
Discovery Channel, the world's premier source of nonfiction
entertainment, provides more insight than ever.
From the most popular
resort cities to the most exotic villages, Insight Guides capture the
unique character of each culture with an insider's perspective.
The Rough Guide
to Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra will guide you through India's most
colourful and fascinating region, with reliable practical information
and clearly explained cultural background.
Whether you're looking for
great places to eat and drink, inspiring accommodation or the most
exciting things to see and do, this guide will provide your solution.
literally the Land of the Kings. Its battle-scarred heritage has
bestowed legacies of pride and magnificent palaces and forts, many of
which are now hotels and museums.
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visit the places we write about, each and every edition. We never
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Mont Saint Michel and Chartres is
a record not of a literal jouney but of a meditative journey across
time and space into the medieval imagination.
Using the architecture, sculpture, and stained glass of the two locales
as a starting point, Adams breathes life into what others might see
merely as monuments of a past civilization.
104-page, small pocket-sized book provides a concise overview of the
region's key sights, with 15 tours and excursions taking in sights
ranging from the Calvados coast to Mont St. Michel; as well as a
chapter detailing Normandy's history and culture; and a comprehensive
information section packed with hotel and restaurants listings,
essential contact addresses and numbers.
Rough Guide to Brittany & Normandy" is the ultimate handbook for
discovering the region, from the glorious medieval abbey of
Mont-St-Michel to Monet's waterlily pond at Giverny, and the ancient
You can discover walks and cycle trails through
ancient forests and along stunning coastline, and learn more about the
defining feature of the Breton landscape.
is a guide to a popular region, home to St Malo, Honfleur and Mont St
Michel three of France's top attractions.
This guide covers not only
the beaches but also gives extensive coverage of the smaller villages
or rural areas that are great for relaxing day trips; explores the
region's food, culture as well as places of historic interest.
A fine, practical walking guide
to North Wales, mixing classics with some interesting new routes.
The text for each walk runs to several pages, and is split about
equally between directions and background information. The route maps
do their job well - though separate topographical maps will be
necessary, especially in the mountains.
and highly informative "Insight Compact Guide" is the ideal companion
for your trip.
The top 10 sights are highlighted and colour-coded sections cover
everything from history and culture, to entertainment, food and drink
in an easy-to-read format.
The Rough Guide
to Wales is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed
coverage of all the best attractions in Wales.
Discover the vibrant regions of Wales from the world-famous Valleys and
Welsh male voice choirs to the trendy bars of Cardiff Bay. Savour the
gastronomic delights in Wales from regional wine to Welsh Laverbread,
explore all corners of Wales on scenic walks.
revamped guide, with new and enticing listings throughout.
Includes comprehensive coverage of Wales' attractions, from Cardiff to
the Brecon Beacons and Anglesey, and offers extensive information on
the many activities on offer throughout the country, from hiking up
Snowdon to coasteering in Pembrokeshire.
This is the one field guide the
novice or experienced birder needs to identify birds in the field in
the diverse habitats found in Costa Rica.
It features descriptions and illustrations of more than 820 resident
and neotropical migrant species found in Costa Rica, all in a compact,
guide to the whole of Costa Rica, with comprehensive descriptions of
all sights and attractions, and practical information.
This guide covers the whole of this lush land, with full-color
photographs and maps throughout. The Features section focuses on Costa
Rica’s history and its people and culture.
The Rough Guide
to Costa Rica is the ultimate travel guide to this incredible country,
offering astute information on everything from its magnificent national
parks to its lively cultural festivals.
Find detailed practical advice on what to see and do throughout Costa
Rica, whether you want to go turtle-watching in Tortuguero or surfing
in Santa Teresa.
it's whitewater rafting down the Reventazon River, sunbathing in
laid-back Montezuma, quetzal-spotting in the Monteverde Cloud Forest,
or swaying to reggae at an open-air bar in Cahuita, you decide.
This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and
honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make
the most of your trip.
Komodo National Park
This colour guide takes the
reader to 31 diving and snorkelling sites around Bali, including
Lombok, Rinca and Komodo islands.
Details for each site include: depth; visibility; required expertise;
bottom terrain; currents; marine life; safety tips; and history,
geography and climate.
The guide covers
the whole of this fascinating country in depth – from the beaches,
festivals and temples of Bali to the spectacular coral reefs of
Sulawesi, the ancient culture and cities of Java to the forests of
Sumatra and Kalimantan - with full-color photographs and maps
The Features section focuses on Indonesia’s history, wildlife, cuisine,
of all the sights from Bali's stunning white beaches and temples tothe
enigmatic ruins of Java and the jungles of Sumatra. The best places to
surf, dive and trek and comprehensive listings of the best-value
accommodation and eateries for all budgets.
A detailed section provides the reader with informed background on
Indonesia's history, religions, and music.
With a Lonely
Planet guidebook you'll get the best out of your Indonesian trip.
This edition of "Indonesia" will take you to the best beaches and bars
in Bali, through lush paddy fields in Sumatra, diving with turtles off
the Gilis in Lombok and to a traditional dance in Ubud.
Over a five-year period the
classical scholar and art historian Nigel McGilchrist visited every
corner of this island, exploring by all available means every place of
historical and cultural interest.
Enhanced by detailed site plans and maps specially drawn by Nick Hill
Design, this unique book will be a must-have possession for everyone
who loves this wonderful island.
Large map of
Lesvos at 1:75,000 (1 inch = 1.183 mile), suitable for cycling and
hiking, sheet size 108 x 77 cm / 42.5 x 30 in. The map is clear and
easy to read, with large icons highlighting places of interest.
Topography of the island is shown by relief shading plus spot heights
and colouring for woodland. All place names are given in both Greek and
This book has
provided a genuine and up-to-date Birder's Guide to the Greek island of
Lesvos. It starts with short sections about Lesvos culture, history and
the like but rapidly builds into a logically-sectioned "where to see
what bird" guide with detailed instructions concerning where to turn
off the major roads, what areas not to park on, where not to point
optics (army bases!), what birds to expect and even pointers to
walk starts with an indication of the total distance and walking time.
There is then a map with the route, as described in the text,
highlighted from the other surrounding paths and tracks. This makes the
book very easy to use, especially by those to whom map reading does not
Where appropriate, indications are given where walks may be combined
for a longer day out.
colour-coded sections enable you to locate the information you need
easily and include places to go, history of the area and interesting
facts, and things to do, including shopping, sports, children's
activities, nightlife and much more.
The Top 10 attractions are highlighted, allowing you to set priorities
for your stay and ensure you don't miss out on the best Sydney has to
This is the
perfect companion when exploring this vibrant and friendly city,
revealing its history and cultural flavour through 14 irresistible
walks and tours, which link the sights from the iconic
Sydney Harbour to golden Bondi Beach and out into the Blue Mountains.
All tours are complete with easy-to-follow maps, places to eat and
drink en route and a wealth of practical information.
dining scene listing Sydney restaurants and cafés in up-and-coming
neighbourhoods as well as in the ever-changing city centre.
An entire chapter is devoted to Sydney's bars and pubs, while further
sections include Kids' Sydney, Shopping in Sydney, and Gay Sydney,
where you'll find an overview of the city's legendary Mardi Gras, just
one of a year-round calendar of exciting and unusual festivals.
dazzling city with our insider tips on everything from beautiful bays
to the best restaurants.
Wander the atmospheric streets, top sights and local hideaways with
nine walking tours.
Tackle the Harbour Bridge and drink in the spectacular views from the
top Chow down on the catch of the day at a Darling Harbor waterfront
city's top 10 attractions are conveniently identified on a dedicated
double-page spread to help you plan your trip and ensure that you see
the very best sights and include Basilica di San Marco, The Grand
Canal, The Accademia, Bridge of Sighs and the spectacular Palazzo
Ducale. The brand new 'A Perfect Day in Venice' feature is designed to
link all the most exclusive experiences that won't fail to inspire you.
brand new edition provides a comprehensive and highly visual
introduction to Venice; over 600 superb photographs capture the
history, local people and variety of everyday life in Italy's most
magical city. The 'Places' section provides a detailed,
district-by-district exploration of all the places to visit and
principal sites along the way are clearly cross-referenced by number to
the full-colour maps.
stylish and utterly pocketable, it comes with a full-colour pull-out
map to help you find your way around - the only map of its kind to be
marked with every single listing from the guide. The easy-to-use Pocket
Rough Guide Venice includes brand new itineraries and a Best of Venice
section picking out the highlights you won't want to miss, plus
detailed listings to guide you to the best the places to eat.
Our new look city
guides are now easier to use than ever.
Marble palaces balanced atop wooden poles, commuters crossing the Grand
Canal standing in gondolas, prosecco bottles popping in tight quarters:
Venice and its surrounding islands defy all common sense, and choose
From a night out
in Dublin to souvenir shopping and fishing, from Ireland's rugged
landscapes to vibrant cities, it's all found in this new edition
Ireland Berlitz Pocket Guide Guide - a new edition in the best-selling
Berlitz Pocket Guide range. City plans of Dublin and Belfast are also
included in this guide. Small in size and big on content, this guide
actually fits into a pocket - perfect for a weekend or longer trip
The Insight guide
to Ireland features outstanding full-colour photography alongside
comprehensive text, with this brand new edition containing over 250
The unique combination of insightful exploration alongside practical
advice means that this guide truly is a pleasure to read before, during
and after your visit.
The Rough Guide
to Ireland is the definitive guide to this fascinating island with its
world-renowned pubs, historical sites, spectacular landscapes and
It will guide you through Ireland with reliable information and a
clearly explained background on everything from traditional sports and
music to the country's history and literature.
Ireland is small
country with a big reputation, helped along by a timeless, age-caressed
landscape and a fascinating, friendly people, whose lyrical nature is
expressed in the warmth of their welcome. Inside this book -
- New special planning features
- Inspirational photo essays
- Advice on Ireland's wildlife
- Extensive new front-of-book
planning features and tools as well as a special pull-out map of Dublin.
The Lake District
hundreds of ideas for places to visit and things to do, this is a handy
pocket-sized reference to Britain’s most popular lake district
Discover rural areas, heritage coastline and areas of outstanding
natural beauty. Included are recommendations for essential sights and
must-visit locations as well as in-depth background histories on towns
The book features
all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating
background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, as well as
other local points of interest.
All walks are annotated with places to visit along the way: 'While
You're There', featuring churches, country houses, museums, villages
and towns. Each walk also has refreshment information.
looking for a walker's hostel or boutique hotel, cafe or gastro-pub,
farmhouse B&B or country-house hotel, this guide has the lowdown on
all the best deals.
There's detailed information on the best way to get around by public
transport, while special features on the great outdoors focus on local
walks, classic hikes, mountain climbs, lake cruises and family
Britain can compare to the Lake District.
It’s home to some of the
nation’s most breathtaking natural landscapes, as well as its most
beloved national park.”
- Oliver Berry, Lonely Planet Writer
Helsinki keeps a
big secret and travelers are only now beginning to realize just how
much the city has to offer. With a strategic archipelago location,
surrounded by the Baltic Sea, the city's cool urban lifestyle mixes
seamlessly with its prominent Russian history. Mooch around the
numerous museums and galleries, enjoy a classical opera, or join the
in-crowd on a tour of the most stylish restaurants, bars, and clubs.
updated new edition features illuminating text written by expert, local
writers alongside over 250 brand new and inspiring full-colour
photographs that will bring Finland's people and places to life, at the
turn of a page. The top attractions are highlighted in a dedicated,
illustrated feature enabling you to plan your trip priorities and
ensuring you see the very best Finland has to offer.
companion to this fascinating Scandinavian country with clear maps and
coverage of all the best attractions. Packed with stunning photography
and colour illustrations, explore the must-see highlights from the best
summer and winter activities - including skiing, snowmobiling and
reindeer and husky driving - to the remote villages that come to life
in the summertime, with lake cruises and island hopping.
Finland like Lonely Planet. Our 6th edition has all you need to make
the most of your trip, whether you're marvelling at the aurora borealis
in snowy Lapland, admiring cutting-edge design in Helsinki, hiking the
stunning Karhunkierros or immersing yourself in the festival spirit at
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every destination they visit.
in Maori culture or in a steamy, bubbling mud pool; surf in the
sunshine or raft in cave darkness. New Zealand s North Island has
something for everyone!
Lonely Planet authors immerse themselves in the destination, visiting
the must-see attractions as well as tracking down the new and
undiscovered, leaving no stone unturned to find the best experiences.
Insight Guide New
Zealand is the complete full-colour guide to this spectacular
The history, geography and culture of New Zealand are explored in a
series of lively features, while our Best of New Zealand section helps
you to prioritise which sights to see. Hundreds of inspiring colour
photographs bring the extraordinary landscapes to life.
guide to the world's adventure capital. With expert guidance you won't
put a foot wrong when experiencing Maori culture or simply striking out
on multi-day hikes. At every point this guide steers you to
little-known sights such as secluded hot pools or Wellington's best
cafés. Insider tips, planning itineraries and author picks give you the
inside scoop on the best accommodation across every price range.
from a film set or a coffee-table book of picture-perfect scenery, New
Zealand is jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Charles Rawlings-Way, Lonely Planet Writer. You can trust our travel
information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write
about, each and every edition.
Inside this book are some Pull-out touring maps.
unique ‘A to Z Guide to Santorini’ The ‘A to Z’ series are the only
travel guides that combine the printed book with the full power of the
Internet. Purchase of the book entitles you to free membership of the
‘A to Z Travel Club’, hosted on our website, which offers many benefits
totally free including - • Over 40 high quality photographs, videos and
panoramas • Discount at many businesses on Santorini, including hotels,
restaurants, car hire and entertainment.
guide includes a chapter detailing the history and culture of the major
Aegean Islands, 15 itineraries taking in sights ranging from a caique
trip to 2200-year-old Akrotiri, leisure-time suggestions, and a
comprehensive information section packed with essential contact
addresses and numbers. Dozens of photographs and maps, including a
detailed pull-out map, are featured in the guide.
Rough Guide Snapshot to the Cyclades guides you through each island in
the group with reliable information and comprehensive coverage of all
the sights and attractions from unforgettable sunsets over Santorini
and the unspoilt beaches of Milos to the winding lanes of Mykonos Town
and the cool mountain trails of Naxos. Detailed maps and up-to-date
listings pinpoint the best cafés, restaurants, hotels, shops, bars and
nightlife, ensuring you have the best trip possible.
Planet Greek Islands is your passport to all the most relevant and
up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden
discoveries await you. Meander down the cobbled alleyways of Rhodes Old
Town, unwind on sandy stretches of Greece's remote shores, or catch the
Santorini sunset; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the
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