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Sarah Johnstone Nicola Willams

Lonely Planet: The world's number one travel guide publisher* Lonely Planet's Switzerland is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on wh...



#1 best-selling guide to Taiwan* Lonely Planet Taiwan is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discover...


Ribert Reid & Gary Chandler

"Lonely Planet Shoestring Guides let you plan big trips on small budgets. - The only guidebook series exclusively for backpackers, by backpackers - More bu...


Steve Kokker Becca Blond

Whether you seek high culture in Vienna or high jinks at Munich's Oktoberfest, want to ride a horse drawn carriage through eastern Slovakia or hike through ...


Andrew Humphreys

Cairo is a city of extremes. On its chaotic streets BMWs driven by sharp-suited businessmen compete for space with donkey carts laden with farm produce. In its ...


Andrew Burke & Julie Grundvig

"Walk the watchtowers at Badaling, where President Nixon once said, 'this is a great wall,' p. 163 Knock back a shot of Confucius baijiu firewater in Qufu, hom...


David Else & Kevin Anglin

Covering the countries on the African continent, this text is designed for all budgets and provides a comprehensive guide to the region.  It includes: c...


Eshwar Sundaresan

"Over twelve thousand foreigners(that is, more than half the expatriate population in the country) now live in Bangalore. They hail from diverse background...


Mark Tully

Born in India and educated in Britain, Mark Tully is a citizen of two countries and two cultures, both of which have shaped his thinking and given him a unique ...


William Dalrymple

City of Djinns: A Year In Delhi by William Dalrymple is the author's second book. The book is a travelogue but it has been written more like a novel. It is ...


Doranne Jacobson

India is a land of fantasy, color and intrigue. The complex culture of this magnificent 5,000-year-old civilization has long captivated the imagination. Endless...


Dom Moraes

`A wonderful synecdoche for India: heterogeneous, contrary, suddenly seductive' Hindustan Time `The Penguin Book of Indian Journeys is not exactly a coll...