Before the travel, I had the choise between this and the Lonely Planet guide book. The selection for this was motivated by the "commercial" image LP has for me, but probably I should've taken the LP instead. The feeling I got from the book is that it is aimed at middle-aged or older travellers wanting to see all the old churches. One major thing missing from the book was the entire region on west side of the river below the Kinsky Park: i.e., the place in which e.g., our hotel was located. This means that many of the sights there were missing, as well as the restaurants etc, and the entire biggest bewery in Prague, Staropramen. (It is strange that even on the page discussing the beer in Prague, they omit to mention anything about the brewery itself.) The included maps are pretty much useless and the one you get free from the tourist info is more helpful. Ok, the book describes the churches and castles and such in detail, but those things do not really interest me.