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Great Britain ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Great Britain By Michael Leapman ⚣ – Polishdarling.co.uk DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Great Britain is your indispensable guide to England, Scotland, and Wales This fully updated guide includes unique cutaways, floor plans and reconstructions of the must see DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Great Britain is your indispensable guide to England, Scotland, and Wales This fully updated guide includes unique cutaways, floor plans and reconstructions of the must see sites, plus street by street maps of key cities and towns DK s insider tips and essential local information showcases the best of Great Britain The uniquely visual DK Eyewitness Travel guide will help you to discover Great Britain region by region whether you are most interested in local festivals and markets or day trips around the countryside Detailed listings will guide you to the best hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops for all budgets, and detailed, practical information helps travelers get around by train, bus, or car DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Great Britain shows you what others only tell you.


10 thoughts on “Great Britain

  1. Terri Lynn Terri Lynn says:

    This is one of my favorite of DK Publishing s travel guides This particular piece of eye candy takes you across Great Britain with loads of color photos of things to see and do and places to go for both people looking forward to a trip and armchair travelers alike.


  2. carl theaker carl theaker says:

    A visual as well as a informational feast ishow one blurb puts the Eyewitness Guides, andindeed I d class italong the lines ofa good reference book With plenty of glossy pictures and diagrams ofparts of towns you d want to visit, this stylelends itself to learning all about where youwant to go, or perhaps you re just dreaming a bit It does have a couple sections on practicalinformation, using transportation and the likebut the book s strong point is giving you alook around Since it i A visual as well as a informational feast ishow one blurb puts the Eyewitness Guides, andindeed I d class italong the lines ofa good reference book With plenty of glossy pictures and diagrams ofparts of towns you d want to visit, this stylelends itself to learning all about where youwant to go, or perhaps you re just dreaming a bit It does have a couple sections on practicalinformation, using transportation and the likebut the book s strong point is giving you alook around Since it is a heavy duty softback book, notlikely you d want to tote this around with youseeing the sights


  3. Keith Keith says:

    These DK guides provide a good overview of a place cultural and historical background, helpful maps, suggestions for activites, lodging, local food, and places to see The abundance of high quality photographs is especially helpful for determining what things you d like to see for yourself For visiting somewhere for the first time, this is a good guide to begin with.


  4. Sam Sam says:

    This is a comprehensive and very visual guide to the tourist sites across the UK from prehistoric stone circles to modern art galleries While this may not have everything and probably misses some real little gems, it is a great starting point for those visiting the UK and us homegrown tourists looking to take a little road trip.


  5. Rachel Mantas Rachel Mantas says:

    Helpful for planning a trip, yet I wish DK published a book with a bitdetail on the south of England I found it hard to determine where the best beaches were to go.


  6. Andi Andi says:

    I love DK Eyewitness Travel books


  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    I always find DK Books really clear with just the right amount of pictures and details.I love British Travel and use this book all the time to plan my trips


  8. Robyn Robyn says:

    My husband is PCS ing to RAF Lakenheath, so I figured I might as well read up on things to see and do while we re over there It s very helpful because instead of feeling like I m reading a phone book which is how most travel books feel and look , this one has bright photos and maps, small blurbs about a lot of different places instead of lots of info on one boring museum or building , and it s pretty lightweight considering it covers all of Great Britain.


  9. John John says:

    This is a good overall UK guide book I was surprised by the amount of detail about some pretty obscure places we visited in Scotland.It was a little heavy We may have been better served with individual London and Scotland books.


  10. Karen! Karen! says:

    I think that DK Eyewitness Travel books are among the best This was comprehensive and informative, but not to the point of me getting bored.These books are arranged quite logicallynow to buy that plane ticket


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10 thoughts on “Great Britain

  1. Terri Lynn Terri Lynn says:

    This is one of my favorite of DK Publishing s travel guides This particular piece of eye candy takes you across Great Britain with loads of color photos of things to see and do and places to go for both people looking forward to a trip and armchair travelers alike.


  2. carl theaker carl theaker says:

    A visual as well as a informational feast ishow one blurb puts the Eyewitness Guides, andindeed I d class italong the lines ofa good reference book With plenty of glossy pictures and diagrams ofparts of towns you d want to visit, this stylelends itself to learning all about where youwant to go, or perhaps you re just dreaming a bit It does have a couple sections on practicalinformation, using transportation and the likebut the book s strong point is giving you alook around Since it i A visual as well as a informational feast ishow one blurb puts the Eyewitness Guides, andindeed I d class italong the lines ofa good reference book With plenty of glossy pictures and diagrams ofparts of towns you d want to visit, this stylelends itself to learning all about where youwant to go, or perhaps you re just dreaming a bit It does have a couple sections on practicalinformation, using transportation and the likebut the book s strong point is giving you alook around Since it is a heavy duty softback book, notlikely you d want to tote this around with youseeing the sights


  3. Keith Keith says:

    These DK guides provide a good overview of a place cultural and historical background, helpful maps, suggestions for activites, lodging, local food, and places to see The abundance of high quality photographs is especially helpful for determining what things you d like to see for yourself For visiting somewhere for the first time, this is a good guide to begin with.


  4. Sam Sam says:

    This is a comprehensive and very visual guide to the tourist sites across the UK from prehistoric stone circles to modern art galleries While this may not have everything and probably misses some real little gems, it is a great starting point for those visiting the UK and us homegrown tourists looking to take a little road trip.


  5. Rachel Mantas Rachel Mantas says:

    Helpful for planning a trip, yet I wish DK published a book with a bitdetail on the south of England I found it hard to determine where the best beaches were to go.


  6. Andi Andi says:

    I love DK Eyewitness Travel books


  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    I always find DK Books really clear with just the right amount of pictures and details.I love British Travel and use this book all the time to plan my trips


  8. Robyn Robyn says:

    My husband is PCS ing to RAF Lakenheath, so I figured I might as well read up on things to see and do while we re over there It s very helpful because instead of feeling like I m reading a phone book which is how most travel books feel and look , this one has bright photos and maps, small blurbs about a lot of different places instead of lots of info on one boring museum or building , and it s pretty lightweight considering it covers all of Great Britain.


  9. John John says:

    This is a good overall UK guide book I was surprised by the amount of detail about some pretty obscure places we visited in Scotland.It was a little heavy We may have been better served with individual London and Scotland books.


  10. Karen! Karen! says:

    I think that DK Eyewitness Travel books are among the best This was comprehensive and informative, but not to the point of me getting bored.These books are arranged quite logicallynow to buy that plane ticket


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