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Brussels (EYEWITNESS TRAVEL GUIDE) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. August 2000

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It covers far more than the tittle tells you 13. Dezember 2000
Von Ed Nevares - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
If there's something really wrong with this brand new eyewitness travel guide it's the subtittle: the book covers almost all important, interesting and delightfull pieces of land of this wonderfull "pocket" country and I'd rather nominate it: "Belgium: the essencial". This time, DK (editors) brought us a correctly concised, essencial, plum weight good-to-take-away guide, free from futile information. It has only 192 pages but it's far better than the 224 pages of Stockholm guide, for instance, that describes "atractions" to expent the time of a whole life and tells nothing about the exciting city of Upsalla, just 35 miles from the capital. The Guide describes the "you should go" cities of Leuven, Namur,Mechelen,Liége,Mons and others sites besides the "You must go" ones of Brussells, Brugge, Ghent and Antwerp. It's plenty of perfect tridimensional pictures, maps, texts, photos and special boxes with further detailed information, all of them pieces of art that give you a sistemic understanding about WHAT your mind and the 5 senses should "catch". One more comment: They clearly put in de limelight the flemish-speaking regions of the country. The French ones could receive more attention (perhaps more graphic details). The French-speaking comunity worldwide may not appreciate this uneven treatment. Anyway, the book's tittle and its price doesn't sell a mousetrap as a good camembert, so .... in this edition, The Dorling Kindersley Series almost meet again the perfect and final formula of a travel guide, as they did in the New York, London and Istanbul's editions.
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Very good resource for planning and en route 12. Juli 2002
Von "brucer51" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I have had great experiences with the DK Guides. I use it extensively in my trip planning and this is the guide I take on the trip.
This guide provides execllent information about local sites throughout Beligium. It gives very clear guidance concerning what you can find and access information. It also helps you to locate the sites with indexed maps and diagrams.
I have found that this and the other DK Guides are bit weak in providing guidance about what to see. That is, it offers little qualitative information--everything sounds equally wonderful. And we all know this is not necessarily the case.
So I always find another guide that has more opinions and recomended tours to determine what to see. I espiecially look for guided the provide suggested walking tours. This has worked out well for the most part. I use other guides to plan the trip and the DK Guide in the country.
It has very usable maps although sometimes too limited in scope and you may require a local map to get around beyond the central city. Also, because the book is a bit heavy and too large to fit in a jacket pocket after the first day or so I leave it in the hotel and rely on the local map when walking about.
The one topic I find most reliable is DK's restaurant recommendations. The two places I tried in Brussels were fantastic and offered everything that the guide described. I have had equal success with DK's restaurant recommendations in other cities/countries.
I think this is an indispensible travel guide as long as you know what you are using it for--planning or background info, etc.
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Has a few merits 13. Februar 2002
Von ALEX R. THOMAS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Although this book is compact it is too heavy to carry if one is on a walking tour. I can read a newspaper without glasses, but with glasses I had trouble with the type. It is not in an orderly format nor is there is a good section on hotels.
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Eyewitness Travel Guide to France 4. Februar 2002
Von Felipe Sabbadini - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Very good book for the ones who want to get to know in details this wonderful country which has been active part of the contemporany history of our world.
It gives you information from the wolrdly famous French wineyards to tips about travelling in to the Romanish sites spread over around the country.
Its write style is very accesible to everyone who wants to start travel books reading and deep explore the frontiers around the globe.
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