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Tom Masters - Steve Fallon - Vesna Maric - London ​City Guide
-Three ​authors, 1800 hours of research, over 800 places recommended -Special day-trips chapter and colour sections on London's architecture and the River Thames -Locals lift the lid on traditional pie&mash, the city's Blue Plaques and exclusive literary evenings -lonelyplanet.com/london - visit website for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveller insights

Steve Fallon - Nicola Williams - Paris ​City Guide
What ​can we say about la belle Paris that hasn't been said by poets, philosophers and artists already? Well, how about where to find the tastiest chocolate croissants? Then there's our rundown of galleries both grand and underground, inside info on all 20 arrondisements, best-kept shopping secrets and the finer details of Parisian etiquette. C'est génial! Detailed neighbourhood maps and walking tours Everything you need to know about exploring Paris with the city's free bike scheme Foodie authors share their top tips for culinary bliss on every budget Comprehensive, full-colour highlights section The best hotels in the most romantic city

Steve Fallon - Home ​with Alice
Steve ​Fallon's Boston upbringing was as Irish as the come: portraits of the President, the Pope and the Sacred Heart hanging on the wall, a patina of song and booze, and even being taught by his Aunt Alice to bless himself in Gaelic. When, as an adult, he finds his life is generating more questions than answers, he embarks on a journey to the land of his ancestors determined to conquer Gaelic - and to find some personal peace. What starts out as a private odyssey beings to resemble a family road trip when, much to his surprise, Steve is joined by the spirit of his long-departed Aunt Alice. Together they journey to the heart of Irish-speaking Ireland - the Gaeltacht - through pubs and language classes, brushes with the 'little people' and run-ins with other classmates, through Galway, Kerry, Donegal and beyond. Despite all he learns along the way, Steve's quest raises two fundamental questions. Can Gaelic continue to survive? And just how long is Alice planning to hang around?

Geert Cole - Steve Fallon - Helen Gillman - Western ​Europe on a shoestring
Lonely ​Planet's Western Europeis your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Raise a glass of champagne at the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, find your own iconic London live music experience, and sense the ghosts of emperors past as you walk the cobbled streets of Rome - all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Western Europe and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet's Western Europe: Full-colour maps and images throughout Highlightsand itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential infoat your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, art, food, drink, sport, politics Covers: Britain, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany and more The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet's Western Europe is our most comprehensive guide to Western Europe, and is perfect for discovering both popular and off-the-beaten-path experiences.

Steve Fallon - Paul Hellander - Scott McNelly - Eastern ​Europe on a shoestring
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Steve Fallon - Budapest
Budapest ​is one of Europe's most delightful cities, with ornate bath houses, gourmet food and a bounty of art nouveau architecture. Voted best guidebook by the Times and the Washington Post! * Full-colour chapter showcasing the city's highlights * Colour feature on Budapest's spectacular art nouveau architecture and where to find hidden gems

Jeanne Oliver - Steve Fallon - Annabel Hart - Daniel Robinson - Miles Roddis - Lonely ​Planet France
This ​guide offers a special section on France's renowned cuisine and wine, as well as information on getting off the beaten track in Caen, where to be seen in Cannes, places to stay and detailed coverage of Andorra, Monaco and Corsica.

Neal Bedford - Marika McAdam - Steve Fallon - Tim Richards - Lonely ​Planet Poland
Get ​a thirst for bison-grass vodka as you dive into the cellar bars and thriving alleys of dynamic Kraków. Get off the tourist trail and head for the Eastern Marches or revel in the grandeur of Wawel Castle. Locals and resident authors show you how to get on board for the new Poland. * Itineraries to get you zooming through the regions * New Activities chapter covering trekking, skiing and kayaking * Interviews with local cartoonists, museum curators and film festival directors * The pick of Poland accommodation

Steve Fallon - Lonely ​Planet Slovenia
From ​the best ski spots in the Julian Alps,the most blissed-out spa experiences in Stajerska, the coolest white-water rafting in the Soca Valley and the spookiest caves in Europe, this 6th edition will tell you all you need to know. 70 Detailed and easy to use maps LOCAL TIPS and regional itineraries get you to the heart of the country EXPANDED activities coverage helps you explore Slovenia's exciting landscapes BEAUTIFUL colour highlights section to get you inspired

Steve Fallon - Anna Kaminski - Caroline Stieg - Lonely ​Planet Hungary
Stunning ​architecture, piquant cuisine, vital folk art and steaming thermal spas are Hungary’s major attractions, but it’s the uniqueness of the people, their culture and language that makes it so mysterious. Inspirational images, author recommendations, destination highlights and the best of local knowledge Planning features and top itineraries to help you create your ideal trip Local secrets that will make your trip unique Plus: First Time Hungary, Eat & Drink Like a Local, The Wines of Hungary and Outdoor Activities Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Budapest, Danube Bend, Western Transdanubia, Lake Balaton, Southern Transdanubia, The Great Plain, Northeast Hungary, Northern Uplands, Understand and Survival chapters.

Nicola Williams - Steve Fallon - Miles Roddis - Daniel Robinson - Jonathan Knight - Oliver Berry - Andrew Stone - Annabel Hart - Franciaország
Szeretne ​finom vörösbort szürcsölni egy burgundiai borpincében? Kedvére sétálgatna a fény városának nevezett Párizs fenséges, széles sugárútjain, bóklászna a Montmartre kanyargós mellékutcácskáin vagy bebarangolná Provence levendulaillatú vidékét? Franciaország a pazar látnivalók egész arzenáljával csábítja és ejti rabul az ide látogatót. Hagyja magát elvarázsolni ezzel az informatív, élvezetes és ötletekben gazdag útikönyvvel! - Franciaország történelme, gazdasági és politikai élete dióhéjban - Korzika szigete - útvonalajánlatok széles választéka: tengerparti és hegyi utak, kalandozások ínyenceknek és gyermekekkel utazóknak - pezsgő kulturális élet: világhírű múzeumok, Cannes-i Filmfesztivál, nizzai karnevál, Tour de France, Párizs Plázs - étkező- és szálláshelyek a legkülönfélébb pénztárcájúaknak - jól áttekinthető térképek, színes képmelléklet - az alapvető kifejezéseket felölelő francia kisszótár