KOREA ED ANGLAIS detailed easy to use maps Includes coverage of North Korea Detailed advice from food and drink to culture and transport Itineraries on historical sights activities and gourmet feasts

  • Title: KOREA 8ED -ANGLAIS-
  • Author: AA. VV.
  • ISBN: 1741048311
  • Page: 124
  • Format: broch
  • 110 detailed easy to use maps Includes coverage of North Korea Detailed advice from food and drink to culture and transport Itineraries on historical sights, activities and gourmet feasts

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    • Que dire sur Lonely Planet, la qualité est au rendez-vous, comme toujours ! La maison d'édition pourrait fournir plus d'images de façon à rendre la lecture plus appréciable.

    • Le guide de Corée est comme tous "Lonely Planet"s très pratique.J'avais une édition de 2004, et comme le pays se développe rapidement, ce serait judicieux d'acheter une version plus récente.Pour la plupart du temps les indications, comme les lignes de bus etc, étaient encore correctes mais il y a des nouveautés touristiques que je n'ai pas trouvées dans mon vieux livre.C'est très utile que les noms des villes sont donnés pas seulement en transcription latine mais aussi en Hangeul.Ce [...]

    • Ce qui fait l'interet des guides lonely planet, en general, c'est l'abondance de plans et de cartes. Dans celui-ci, on constate a plusieurs reprises qu'ils sont faux!! Dans un pays ou les gens parlent peu l'anglais, ca pose quelques difficultes! On n'apprend rien de plus que ce que diffuse les offices de tourisme du pays. Grande deception, je deconseille ce guide.

    • I love lonely planet guides and I've used them in Malaysia, China, Tokyo, and Istanbul.Using this book on an ipad kindle reader absolutely sucks.The maps are separated from the text, the links don't work, and. it just totally sucks. In part, this may be due to kindle formatting, which is just not ready for prime-time. IT's a shame, here we have an ultra-portable electronic device, which would lend itself to hyperlinks, drill-down style menus, etc. But it only really functions as a beginning-t [...]

    • I've purchased Lonely Planet travel guides for many of the places I went on vacation. Korea was my first, and my longest. I lived and worked in Korea for 2 and a half years, and this guide was helpful on numerous occasions throughout that time.At first, of course, I used it for the maps and descriptions for just getting around. Then I was able to check out some of the hot spots and nicer hotels in Seoul before really being able to understand Korean.Even after a year and a half in the country, [...]

    • I downloaded this guidebook as a planning tool but, you can not navigate around the book easily enough to plan a trip and I can't imagine myself using it as my reference while traveling. You really need to be able to access a detailed index in a guide book to make it work. You also need to be able to comprehend your districts or zones in the country to be able to find things quickly but, every zone in the Table of Contents is labeled with a Korean name instead of a general description like "no [...]

    • I just spent a week in Seoul and I used this book along with the Moon handbook. I didn't purchase any of the Seoul focused books because they hadn't been updated recently. While some aspects of this book were good there were a few drawbacks. The good parts -- there were two good walks which allowed you to see parts of Seoul, the average tourist may not. The only non-Koreans we passed on these walks had the same guide book.The downside is that much of the information was not current. Prices [...]

    • A wonderful book that really enriched my experience in Korea. Even though it's a bit old, it still gives a lot of good information. The Lonely Planet series is great and can help you find places that might not be mentioned on the internet.

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