[ By Lonely Planet, Daniel Robinson, Orlando Crowcroft, Virginia Maxwell, Jenny Walker] Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories (Travel Guide) [singularité Book] TXT – DOC, Kindle ePUB and Epub Read

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Lonely Planet The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories is your passport to the most relevant up to date advice on what to see and skip and what hidden discoveries await you Explore Crusader ruins; marvel at the breathtaking Dome of the Rock; or laze on the golden sands of Tel Aviv's world famous beaches; all with your trusted travel companion Get to the heart of Israel and the Palestinian Territories and begin your journey now Inside Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories Travel Guide Full colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and. Good travel book with lots of information Almost too much information to process The tours I went on were the same in that they have so much information it s impossible to process it all

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Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories (Travel Guide)

Get around like a local avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips hours of operation phone numbers websites transit tips prices Honest reviews for all budgets eating sleeping sight seeing going out shopping hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer rewarding travel experience history culture cuisine government and politics religion literature music cinema environment Free convenient pull out Jerusalem city map included in print version plus over 50 colour maps Covers Jerusalem Tel Aviv Jaffa Haifa Galilee Tsfat the Gaza Strip the West Bank the Negev the Dead Sea Petra and The Perfect Choice Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories our most compre. This guide got me around most of Israel just fine I personally wish it had detail on the nightlife in Tel Aviv It has good tips to help navigate the countrys fraught political climate

By Lonely Planet, Daniel Robinson, Orlando Crowcroft, Virginia Maxwell, Jenny Walker ñ 8 Read

Hensive guide to Israel and the Palestinian Territories is perfect for both exploring top sights and taking roads less travelled Looking for extensive coverage Check out our Lonely Planet Middle East guide Authors Written and researched by Lonely Planet Daniel Robinson Orlando Crowcroft Virginia Maxwell and Jenny Walker About Lonely Planet Since 1973 Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination an award winning website mobile and digital travel products and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet covers must see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand of the culture of the places in which they find themselves. We went to Israel by ourselves and all of the areas we visited were in this travel book It had just enough information to help us feel educated and interested but not too in depth that we felt like we were in a history class This book made a HUGE difference for us we got way out of our trip and now every time I travel abroad I will ALWAYS take a Lonely Planet book with me


13 thoughts on “Lonely Planet Israel the Palestinian Territories (Travel Guide)

  1. says:

    In the old days a Lonely Planet guide was indispensible. That's less true in the age of the Internet. I got the Kindle version, to make it easy to carry, but alas it isn't nearly as user friendly as the good old paperback version. It's very hard to bounce around, to dog ear pages and to see the images/maps well. If you need this, don't get the Kindle version.

  2. says:

    I'm not usually a fan of tour books in general even though I know they give lots of information. But I am really enjoying this one. Lots of pictures and much easier to get through than most of the tour books I've read. So looking forward to our

  3. says:

    Good travel book with lots of information. Almost too much information to process. The tours I went on were the same in that they have so much

  4. says:

    This guide got me around most of Israel just fine. I personally wish it had detail on the nightlife in Tel Aviv. It has g

  5. says:

    Good travel guide. This book makes sense if you have already been to Israel once.

  6. says:

    The Lonely Planet Israel and the Palestinian Territories provides a nice overview of things to do and places to

  7. says:

    Great guide.

  8. says:

    We went to Israel by ourselves and all of the areas we visited were in this travel book. It had just enough information to help us feel educated and interested but not too in depth that we felt like we were in a history cl

  9. says:

    The writing in this guide (Israel & the Palestinian Territories) is exceptionally good. I know the subject quit

  10. says:

    Not LP's best work. I found the sections on history and politics informative and interesting. However, the recom

  11. says:

    It's a great book but perhaps buying it in Kindle format is not the best as access is not so easy as when you have a book to leaf through. We have used Lonely Planet guides for many years and they are always informative and useful but I wouldn't buy one in kindle format again.

  12. says:

    I've been living in Israel for 8 weeks now and the guide has been real let down. I've went looking for markets that don't exist, been directed to restaurants that were so dirty we had to leave, and in general there are many inaccuracies as well as some amazing things we have found, and major parks that are not

  13. says:

    A bit disappointed by this purchase. The maps are not very detailed. Tourist information offices not signposted. The book itself is quite heavy and cumbersome carry all day. I suspect some of the information is out of date so instead I went to Tourist information in Israel instead and they gave/sold relevant maps.

    Good for history and information about the sights.