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1. Posted by jmwas (Inactive 3 posts) 10y


Just wondering if Travellerspoint has any guide book to places around the world.


2. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 10y

Hello Jmwas

I dont know if travelpoint has one, but u could try the Lonely Planet site. Their books are good.


3. Posted by mostrim (Inactive 80 posts) 10y

I liked the Dorling-Kindersly(spelling) Eyewitness Travel Guides, very colorful. With regards to Travellerspoint, maybe someone should pool together the stories of the posters, wasn't that how the Lonely Planet Guide got started?

4. Posted by summer910 (Respected Member 1342 posts) 10y

I seem to like guidebooks by Frommers. Just bought one for Scotland, had one for Benelux as well. I found it pretty useful.

5. Posted by Petra M (Budding Member 65 posts) 10y

I agree with Mostrim, DK Eyewitness Travel Guides produce some very informative guide books. I bought their Vienna guide before I visited that city last May, and it was very helpful. I was able to plan ahead what I wanted to see and do there. It contains maps, it has the city attractions divided by sections of the city, and gives advice on how to get to them. My only regret was I had only two full days to spend there so I was only able to do only some of the things I wanted to do. Oh, well, it just means another trip to Vienna in the future.

Petra M, Vancouver BC Canada

6. Posted by Aura99 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

Here is a site I have used a couple of time.