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Review of Eyewitness Top 10 Lisbon Guide from Dorling Kindersley
Publishing travel guides to more than destinations, DK Eyewitness travel guides are filled with expert advice, beautiful photographs and detailed illustrations. DK Eyewitness expert travel editors were on hand to answer all your travel related questions based on first-hand experience. Perhaps you didn't know the best time to visit Japan or the best activities for families in Tuscany or where to get off the beaten track in Paris. Alison has worked at DK Eyewitness travel for ten years. Whilst travelling Alison loves to walk, read and dine. She has recently completed a solo road trip around New Zealand which took just under one month.
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The guide that shows you what other travel books only tell you! If your kilt and bagpipe are packed, and you are ready for breathtaking highlands, Gaelic culture, and enchanting folklore, DK's Eyewitness Travel Guide: Scotland is the one travel guide that will help you experience it all. Explore Edinburgh, southern Scotland, Glasgow, central Scotland, and the Highlands with over full-color photographs and 3-D aerial diagrams. A special section highlights all the shopping, entertainment, and attractions in Edinburgh and beyond. Learn about Scotland's colorful history, hearty cuisine, unique wildlife, and regional Scotch Whiskey's. If a trip to Scotland is in your future, this informative and stunning guide is all you will ever need. Convert currency.
Eyewitness Books or Eyewitness Guides is a series of nonfiction books intended for children and young adults. They were first published in England by Dorling Kindersley in The series now has over one hundred titles on a variety of subjects, such as dinosaurs, Ancient Egypt, flags, chemistry, music, the solar system, film, and William Shakespeare. According to Dorling Kindersley, over 50 million copies have been sold in 36 languages. The books are often noted for their numerous photographs and detailed illustrations, which are always set against a white background. Describing the series in Booklist , Michael Cart wrote, "What DK did—with almost revolutionary panache—was essentially to reinvent nonfiction books by breaking up the solid pages of gray type that had previously been their hallmark, reducing the text to bite-size, nonlinear nuggets that were then surrounded by pictures that did more than adorn—they also conveyed information.