Eyewitness Travel Guides
Eyewitness travel guide books from Dorling Kindersley are lavishly illustrated and particularly concerned with providing the visitor with detailed background information to sightseeing in the chosen destination and a broad cultural introduction.
Popular historical buildings and museums are often described with cutaway diagrams allowing you to view “inside” your destination, sites are shown with bird’s eye plans and small, more conventional maps contextualise regions and pinpoint places of interest. Guides to cities show transport network plans where applicable.
Country guides have separate chapters on popular city and region destinations but the publisher also has a range of titles which deal solely with a city or popular area within any given country.
Travellers’ needs sections detail places to stay, eat and shop, as well as looking at entertainment, nightlife and outdoor activities. Survival guide chapters feature practical tips for preparation, logistics and health and safety. Guides covering non-English speaking destinations include mini phrase sections which help the visitor with useful communication phrases.
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