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  1. Kagazil Reply
    The Rough Guide to Turkey is a must for all discerning travellers heading to this fascinating country that straddles Europe and Asia. The most comprehensive and informed travel guide on the market, offering insightful coverage taking readers from the stunning trails of the Lycian Way on the Turquoise coast to the iconic dome of Aya Sofia, and from legendary sites such as Troy and Ephesus to.
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  3. Shakajin Reply
    Lonely Planet Thailand writer vs The Rough Guide to Thailand writers. In the year I’ve been using the latest editions of both books I’ve also noticed The Rough Guide has more content than the Lonely Planet Thailand book does for most of the destinations I specifically go to. It also mentions places the Lonely Planet guide doesn’t seem to.
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  5. Shaktihn Reply
    Rough Guide is fine for maps and directions, and I preferred it to the Lonely Planet Japan guide as it seemed a bit more detailed. Neither are particularly good for restaurant recommendations. Neither are particularly good for restaurant recommendations.
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  7. Goltit Reply
    When you used the Rough Guide how did you find it? It is as good as the Lonely Planet. It is a good thing if you get a chance to ask people who have already travelled with a particular one, and then you will have a better idea about if that particular Rough Guide is better then the Lonely .
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    Lonely Planet: In just over 40 years, Lonely Planet has printed over million books and become the world’s most successful travel camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo’ve published around titles that cover.
  9. Taulkree Reply
    Lonely Planet: The worldwide standard for a solid guidebook, Lonely Planet covers most countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. The Lonely Planet series offers comprehensive, no-nonsense facts, low- and mid-budget listings, and helpful on-the-ground travel tips. Rough Guides: This British series is written by Europeans who.