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eBook Lonely Planet Austria (Country Travel Guide) epub

by Anthony Haywood

eBook Lonely Planet Austria (Country Travel Guide) epub
  • ISBN: 174104670X
  • Author: Anthony Haywood
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lonely Planet; 5 edition (May 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 440 pages
  • ePUB size: 1979 kb
  • FB2 size 1990 kb
  • Formats lrf lrf lrf docx


Discover Austria Keep an eye out for marmots on the glorious Alpine trails Get behind the wheel for breath-taking hairpin bends and blue glaciers on Gossglockner Road Let . Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

Discover Austria Keep an eye out for marmots on the glorious Alpine trails Get behind the wheel for breath-taking hairpin bends and blue glaciers on Gossglockner Road Let your soul soar in the concert hall of Vienna Indulge in Salzburg's Sound of Music kitsch then regain your cool at the hippest riverside bars In This Guide: Two German-speaking authors. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Anthony Haywood (Author), Kerry Christiani (Author).

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Austria is your passport to all the most .

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Austria is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to se. What you get here is a guide that includes comprehensive coverage of this little country so immediately dependent on tourism for its economic well-being. The coverage is not only comprehensive in a geographic sense, but also in diversity of interest. Austria has many wonderful cultural attractions, but it also has an extraordinary number of outdoor attractions too. This guide covers them well.

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Explore Austria holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. Get to the heart of Austria with one of Lonely Planet's in-depth, award-winning guidebooks. No country waltzes so effortlessly between urban and outdoors as Austria. One day you’re cresting alpine summits, the next you’re swanning around imperial Vienna.

Inside Lonely Planet's Austria Travel Guide: Colour maps and images throughout. Highlights and itineraries show you the simplest way to tailor your trip to your own personal needs and interests.

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Austria is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Watch the scenery unfold as you drive up Grossglockner Road, marvel at the grandeur of imperial Vienna, or ski down Austria's many pistes; all with your trusted travel companion.

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Check out Lonely Planet's Austria guide for a comprehensive look at all the country has to offer.

Discover AustriaKeep an eye out for marmots on the glorious Alpine trailsGet behind the wheel for breath-taking hairpin bends and blue glaciers on Gossglockner RoadLet your soul soar in the concert hall of ViennaIndulge in Salzburg's Sound of Music kitsch then regain your cool at the hippest riverside barsIn This Guide:Two German-speaking authors, 100 days of in-country researchNew Walking chapter with 12 routes from challenging multi-day hikes to walks for familiesContent updated daily: visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveller suggestions
Comments: (7)
Qumenalu
I've been a fan of Lonely Planet guides for 25 years and bought their guides many times. But this one, the Kindle version, is poor. In this version there is no index at all (it's been removed completely) and the very short contents section isn't at the beginning, so it's even hard to find the contents. When you do get to the contents, it's nowhere near as complete as the contents in the physical book or the pdf version.

I don't have any particular issue with the content itself, it's just so hard to find what you want. And the maps are tricky to make good sense of when a single map is divided into four or six sections (each on a different Kindle page) to make them big enough to read.

After spending quite a bit of time on the LP Kindle Austria Guide, I've just bought the pdf version of Vienna because it is so much easier to read (on a computer, not on a Kindle). It's a pity to have to buy part of the same book again in a different format. But if you you never get frustrated by anything, then maybe the Kindle version is for you.
Olelifan
Like all travel books, the material is a bit dated, but out of the many imprints, I'm an unabashed & loyal Lonely Planet fan. There's lots of great history and culture, and although far from perfect, you'll do a lot worse with other imprints in my experience. Very helpful on a recent trip - far from perfect, but overall extremely good for a very dynamic and ever-changing country. Plus a personal hint to travelers - buying used copies is often better since the previous owner(s) will correct, add, or cross out information that makes it even more helpful. A not-perfect but decent book about a lovely place - recommended!
Risinal
Great resource.
Fordredor
Would have liked more details and history on the important things (like the organs) we were seeing in some of the churches. More historical details would have been helpful - and also more pictures of some of the things we would be seeing.
Mr.Bean
Content of the guide is exactly what you expect from Lonely Planet, i.e. you can live with that if Rough Guide is not available.

However form was useless. Compared to the novels which you can easily read, the navigation, finding necessary content and jumping from one chapter to another was almost impossible. Moreover maps were not generally usable, because of simple scanning with poor resolution and no zoom option. I will rather use paperbacks until someone cures this.
Aedem
The only thing which would have made this better is if I had a Kindle Fire so that I could view the maps in colour. But having my Lonely Planet guides on my Kindle was brilliant.
Yramede
I have used Lonely Planet Guides in the past and have been pleased with the information they provided. This iteration, however, leaves much to be desired. I use the guides to point out the "obvious" places that should not be missed, and "secret" places that are off the beaten path that the writers share with their readers. I found this book lacking in both instances. Vacations are never long enough, and as such, they require research and a seasoned guide to separate the worthwhile sights from the rest. After reading this guide, I was not much better off than before I started. Further, I found the guide is written for a backpacker mentality; fine for them, but not for me. Way too much time and space was devoted to finding one's way via public transport, and where to find the next hostel. I am well beyond that. I recently received the latest Fodor's and Frommer guides for Austria, and in one chapter, I was miles ahead with either guide over where LP left me. LP was extremely helpful for my travels to Australia and Belgium. This edition was rather disappointing.
Table of contents is so minimal it makes the book worthless unless you want to flip thru hundreds of pages!
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