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India (Lonely Planet India) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. September 2005

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  • Taschenbuch: 1140 Seiten
  • Verlag: Lonely Planet Publications; Auflage: 11 (1. September 2005)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1740596943
  • ISBN-13: 978-1740596947
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,7 x 13 x 4,4 cm
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the longest running and best selling guide to India Indian lead author Sarina Singh, eight years with Lonely Planet, has a greater insight into Indian society, culture and languages than any guidebook author detailed itinerary maps guide you around the main sights and highlights of the North, the South, and off the beaten track much more to draw the reader in and excite them about their trip: an all-new eight-page colour Highlights section, Getting Started section, and itineraries with maps improved, state-by-state coverage of festivals and activities like trekking, rafting, yoga courses and Ayurvedic massage there are over 32,000 Hindu gods and goddesses (and more created every day) India boasts 18 official languages, 200 recognized languages and countless dialects India's population increases each year by more than the entire population of Australia


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Cheap in good condition. Good for knowing basic things about India.
Took quite some time before it arrived in my mail box, but it was worth the wait.
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3 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Horst Harms am 3. November 2005
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Compared to the footprints India book far superior. Maps are far more detailed, hotel and restaurant infos more precise and up to date. Sure it is probably also the most often used book, but for good reasons.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von arsche am 4. Dezember 2005
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This brand new edition of the LP guide to India is good as most LPs. Due to the huge size of the country it is not possible to cover every detail, but this was okay for me.
If you go to Radjastand then I would urgently suggest buying the seperate guide. Otherwise this is the book to shoot for.
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AS MUCH ABOUT TOURISM IN INDIA AS CAN BE PACKED INTO A BOOK 23. Juli 2006
Von Denis Benchimol Minev - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It is almost a crime to try to fit a great country such as India into a one volume guidebook. However, being such the understandable proposition -- tourists are unlikely to want to carry many guides -- this guidebook does a very nice job of putting it all together.

There are very interesting historical section which are often deeper than what one would get from a local tourist guide. It covers all the major attractions (at least in the places I visited) and gives the tourist a good idea about the culture, history and socio-economic conditions of the places being visited. The list of hotels, restaurants and places to go out at night is quite current, as of July 2006.

It is the only guidebook I used in India, so I cannot compare, but this is quite a good guide that is unlikely to let you down.
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It's not about the book. 10. Dezember 2006
Von Simon Foster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A couple months ago I decided to go travelling. I wasn't really sure where to, I just needed a change. In the end I decided on India, because I've never been, and I'd always heard what a great place it was to go.

I didn't take much; a backpack, some clothes, and the Lonely Planet Guide to India. To be honest, I didn't even start reading it until I got on the plane. What I discovered was that it wasn't just something you read once, it's something to have with you the whole time.

Whatever your plans, the chances are you're going to lose your way or make mistakes or just change your mind, and that's where this book is essential. It's like The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy - no matter what need you're in, it has an answer for you. Maps, essential sites, local customs, everything you need to get by in this incredible country.

At first, I wasn't sure if I could manage by myself. You realise how much you rely on other people for so much. I found myself retreating, thinking about home, wanting to go back. But then I'd pick up the Lonely Planet, and find something to do, somewhere to go. And soon I was relying on it less and less, and after a while, hardly at all. Before I knew it, I'd been gone two months and hadn't thought about home in weeks. The book isn't India, it's a way in.

Over the course of my time away, the only thing I came back with that I took with me was this book; everything else I left behind; I realised in the end nothing else really mattered.
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The Essential 1. Februar 2006
Von S. Cunningham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you plan to go to India whether on a guided tour or your own, get this book. I just got back from India, and this book had everything spot on. Our guide has been leading tours in India and Nepal for 12 years and said that he thought this was the best guide for India he's seen.

You will enjoy the trip a lot more if you read up on the history, culture, and sections on each place you are visiting. Knowing what to expect will help you avoid the culture shock many people experience arriving in India.

No guide has it all, and this one missed one thing. Do not mail anything from your hotel. The bell captains take the mail, steam off your stamp, and resell it. Unfortunately, we found out about this after we mailed our postcards.
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madam ,everything is possible in India... 23. März 2006
Von kika - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Although we found this guide book very helpful for trains, buses and places to go to, We've been to many places where the book only lists the big hotels and not the nice and cozy guest houses We've eventually found on our own. Many travelers that We've met on the road were looking for the same thing: nice guest houses and not big huge hotels.Also there are fast changes in India that Lonely planet should be informed about. We did for some of these changes but it was ignored. This new one did not have any of the changes we wrote to them about.
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Strongly recommended to anyone planning to visit any part of this remarkable country either for business or for pleasure 4. Mai 2006
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Format: Taschenbuch
This expanded and updated eleventh edition of India is the result of considerable research and study by Lonely Planet's expert staff including Sarina Singh and ten associates. India is an comprehensive and highly portable 1140-page paperback guide to the diverse country of India. Introducing travelers to a significant grasp of Indian culture and land, India offers readers a "user-friendly" reference for best accommodations for budget, historical information, lesser known locations such as national parks, remote tribal villages and serene secluded mountain treks, comprehensive understandings of Indian cuisine, and transportation information with over 200 precise maps. India from Lonely Planet is very strongly recommended to anyone planning to visit any part of this remarkable country either for business or for pleasure.
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