Poland. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 520 pages
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All New Highlights Itineraries Food and drink chapter Practical directory Easy-to-use maps Most worldly-wise travellers swear by Lonely Planet... Stroll the white sand beaches of the Baltic coast, hike the trails of the spectacular Tatra Mountains and explore historic city centres from Krakow to Warsaw. Whether you're here for urban pleasures or in pursuit of nature, this inspiring guide will help you connect with Poland in all its guises. * Get Around with detailed maps and itineraries from the Great Masurian Lakes in the north to the Alpine national parks in the south * Rest Easy in country cottages and Soviet workers' hotels - reviews to suit every taste and budget * Find Adventure - we show you where to hike, ski, raft, ride, sail and much much more * Hit the Town - our listings cover cosy cellar bars and cafes, traditional restaurants and Polish 'milk bars' * Talk the Talk - our practical language guide helps you chat to the locals - na zdrowie!

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Lonely Plant travel books are always spot on. However, they seem to only update every 2 years, so if you want a travel guide that's up to date, check the date of publication ... Read full review

Review: Poland (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Daniel Kukwa - Goodreads

My travel bibles...I never go anywhere without them. The Poland volume is one of the best...I wore it to the bone on my 2009 trip with my mother. It never failed us, and this one in particular was full of beneficial advice and spot-on accuracy. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Wilson after working as a geologist in Australia and the North Sea and doing geological research at Oxford University, he became a freelance writer and photographer.

Richard Watkins is a full-time toy designer who loves old monster movies and toys from the sixties. He became fascinated with gladiators at age twelve when his parents traveled to Italy and brought back a book filled with stories of ancient Rome. He lives in West Chester, Ohio, with his wife and two daughters.

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