The travel atlas : the ultimate atlas for globetrotters.
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|Detroit Lakes Public Library||912 TRA (Text)||33500012811337||New||Checked out||05/18/2019|
- ISBN: 178701696X
- ISBN: 9781787016965
- Physical Description: 1 atlas (448 pages) : color illustrations, color maps ; 36 cm
- Edition: 1st edition.
- Publisher: Carlton, Victoria : Lonely Planet Global Limited, 2018.
|General Note:|| At head of title: Lonely Planet.
|Summary, etc.:|| It's the ultimate cartographic companion for armchair globetrotters! The staff at Lonely Planet combine their destination knowledge and mapping expertise to help readers locate the highlights locations around the world. You'll find places of interest, itineraries, and city maps to help you explore the top sights and activities for each location, whether your stay is three days or three weeks.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 March #2
This formidably sized new release from Lonely Planet is clearly not meant to be taken along as one travels. Rather, it is a useful planning resource that compiles thousands of the company's previous maps and itineraries. Spiced with some gorgeous color photography, this compendium is ordered by country or region, and each section includes climate charts, transport hubs, sample travel routes, and of course, high-quality color maps. Distinct topics or subjects are highlighted for each section, such as Castles, Temples, Old Towns, Architecture, Gardens, Baths, Beaches, Nature, Literature, Music, Festivals, Sport, Food, and even Whisky (for Britain and Ireland). In Lonely Planet tradition, direct and practical advice is offered, and itineraries are divided into See and Do categories. The atlas concludes with 28 city maps, ranging alphabetically from Amsterdam to Toronto, as well as a comprehensive index. Because it does not cover in any real depth the history, culture, or politics of any region, and also because of its intended function as a trip-planning resource, The Travel Atlas may be most appropriate for public libraries. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
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