Don't leave home without our indispensable new Travel Journal. Its compact design fits neatly into your backpack, glove box or handbag. It's packed with useful features yet with plenty of room for your personal account of your travels. It's got advice on packing, tr... read more
Few small countries play host to as much variety of landscape as England, from rolling hills, cities of architectural splendour and picturesque villages, to sandy beaches and rugged coves in the south. Shown here in all its majestic beauty, the... read more
We've lined up the king and queen of doodle books to add two more to our portfolio. So, no matter how you do it, we've got your doodle! Grab your pack and pencil, we're goin' on a roadtrip and the bus driver could be a villain, hero, sidekick, or zapper of your own doodling! Kee... read more
|Series:||Lonely Planet Best of ...|
For the first time, we capture the best of Belgium in all its shortbreak style. There are now 128 pages (but retains double gatefold maps). There is a new cover design with larger, full-colour images. It includes creative walking tours and sassy reviews focus o... read more
A breathtaking land of wildly varied landscapes, Ireland is shown here in all its beauty. From well-loved spots to seldom-seen vistas, this great little book captures the country as you've never seen it before, covering the whole of the Emerald... read more
Following the success of our 'Best' series of books, Think Publishing is producing a wonderful new publication that showcases some of the best places to eat around Australia. This title is an inspirational and primarily pictorial book filled with the latest and g... read more
A land rich in history, culture and geographical diversity, Spain offers one of the most alluring travel destinations in modern Europe. With her old villages and busy cities, sun-baked countryside and magnificent coasts, Spain is like an old lady awakened from a long sleep during the rule of Franco.
Special Architecture feature with illustrations of Bhutan's famous Buddhist architecture, incl. houses, stupas and grand monastries. New plan. chapt to help you negotiate the tricky rules in place when booking a trip to Bhutan, incl. an explanation of the daily fee system, recommended travel agencies and tips on the timing.
The most enigmatic of Asian cities unfolds with this pioneering insider's guide to the Thai capital.
Welcome to the world of coffee as seen through the eyes of Australia's leading roasters. Let us take you on a journey through the most exotic coffee farming regions within Latin America and Indonesia whilst having a stop over in Italy. Along the way you will m... read more
|Author:||Regis St. Louis|
|Series:||Lonely Planet Country & Regional Guides|
Home to ancient rainforests, tropical islands, rugged mountains and the stunning Great Barrier Reef, Queensland harbors some of Australia 's best sites for outdoor adventure. Regis St. Louis, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our t... read more
The legendary Chamagudao, the Tea-Horse Road, winds through dizzying mountain passes, across famed rivers like the Mekong and the Yangtze and past monasteries and meadows in a circuitous route from Sichuan and Yunnan Provinces in western China to the Tibetan capital city of Lhasa. Actually a... read more