Great Britain (Lonely Planet Guide)

Great Britain Lonely Planet Guide From the graceful architecture of Canterbury Cathedral to the soaring ramparts of Edinburgh Castle via the mountains of Wales or the Roman ruins of Hadrian s Wall Britain s endless variety is astoun

  • Title: Great Britain (Lonely Planet Guide)
  • Author: David Else Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741795660
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the graceful architecture of Canterbury Cathedral to the soaring ramparts of Edinburgh Castle, via the mountains of Wales or the Roman ruins of Hadrian s Wall, Britain s endless variety is astounding David Else, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every editionFrom the graceful architecture of Canterbury Cathedral to the soaring ramparts of Edinburgh Castle, via the mountains of Wales or the Roman ruins of Hadrian s Wall, Britain s endless variety is astounding David Else, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition We never accept freebies for positive coverage, and you can rely on us to tell it like we see it Inside This Book 441 days of research161 maps8 classic itineraries5000 years of historyInspirational photosClear, easy to use mapsPull out city map3D plans of iconic sightsComprehensive planning toolsIn depth background

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    1. I bought The Rough Guide to Scotland and Lonely Planet's guide to Great Britain to plan an extensive solo driving trip. I think I preferred the maps in the Rough Guide and slightly preferred the descriptions in Lonely Planet. I did not use the accommodation or dining recommendations, so I can't speak for them, but everything else seemed quite accurate and up-to-date. I was especially glad to have the ferry information in the Rough Guide. Both are solid guides, and together they helped me researc [...]

    2. The content was fine, on par with every other Lonely Planet guide I've used. My only complaint is that the quality of the paper is very cheap, like newspaper, even for the photo pages. I always loved being enticed by the beautiful glossy photo pages, but the cheap paper for this edition is pretty sad. Also, I do not like feeling as if I need to wash the ink off my hands each time I open the book. Again, content was fine.

    3. I've used the Planet since my shoestring backpacking days and it's a hard habit to break. But this edition is uneven - it has about a dozen writers and the quality of the section really depends on the author (the Glasgow writer seems best). But I'm not ready to admit I'm old and use Rick Steves for Europe!

    4. Travel books are most fun when you can use them in a practical way and I have used this to make travel plans and visit places. I'm sure I'll be flicking through this in the future but reading through it has given me a number of places I'd like to go to!

    5. I didn't care for the formatting of this book. I had just read the Rick Steves' book on England and prefer his tips on avoiding crowds and getting from one place to another. This book didn't have nearly as much helpful info on the practical side of travelling. I did like the history section.

    6. Just finished exploring Scotland and England - - Once again, Lonely Planet did not disappoint me in its recommendations. The book was more essential before the journey to create the itinerary. It is impossible to see everything and I rely on Lonely Planet to narrow the field a bit.

    7. Good guide book, but wish the kindle version had more menus in the London section to make skipping to specific neighborhoods quicker.

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