[PDF / Epub] ☉ Belgium & Luxembourg Author Lonely Planet – Thomashillier.co.uk



10 thoughts on “Belgium & Luxembourg

  1. says:

    For my just completed week long travel to the Benelux Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg I looked through all the available guides and I finally decided on this one and the analog for Belgium and Luxembourg as they fit best my needs as usual Rick Steeves guides are the most entertaining in writing style but they have a potentially major flaw as they talk at length about what the authors feel are the highlights and their choices may not coincide with yours when they do like in Spain their gu For my just completed week long travel to the Benelux Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg I looked through all the available guides and I finally decided on this one and the analog for Belgium and Luxembourg as they fit best my needs as usual Rick Steeves guides are the most entertaining in writing style but they have a potentially major flaw as they talk at length about what the authors feel are the highlights and their choices may not coincide with yours when they do like in Spain their guide is best but when they don t like in Switzerland or here I look for other optionsWhile drier in style, the Lonely Planet was excellent as it suggested a few places I may not have considered otherwise they have a top 10 attractions in the Netherlands and top 15 in the Belgium Luxembourg to start the guides, they have great geographical orientation, both with country m...


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here There are a lot of routes that it gives the best tips to where to stay, when and how best to make the most of your trip It also includes basic cost and discounts on some places.


  3. says:

    I read the eBook version Formatting was unattractive and I neededmaps, orientation, and agenda ideas than specific hotels or restaurants.


  4. says:

    Useful guide to Belgium, but the Luxembourg section is really quite rubbish Bearing in mind, it is actually a country, there is barelythan a few words, most of which are outside Luxembourg City Hopefully it is being updated in the LP BBC rebrand.


  5. says:

    its amazing how the gorgeous monuments and parks of brussels is ruined by the knowledge that the beauty is paid for with slavery, unbelievable brutality of the Congo rubber trade. all because one prince had a fancy for travel books


  6. says:

    It s no secret that I love Lonely Planet and the Belgium Luxembourg guide is no exception It was really helpful for planning my trip, made it easy to figure out which areas I wanted to visit how much time to spend there.


  7. says:

    It useful in a basic sense in the touristy areas, but like the Netherlands books, did not include information about certain World Heritage Sites I wanted to see.


  8. says:

    Ah, les Lonely Planet Le meilleur ami du voyageur p


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Belgium & Luxembourg Discover Belgium LuxembourgTaste The Difference Between Good And Excellent In Brussels At The World S Finest Chocolate Shops.Find Your Favorite Vantage Point In Fairy Tale Luxembourge City, Town Full Of Spectacular Views.Swathe Yourself In The Latest Antwerp Fashion In Hand Picked St Andries Boutiques.Get Pelted Wiht Oranges By Masked Men In Binche, During Belgium S Most Bizarre Carnival In This Guide Co Written By A Native Belgian And A Chocoholic Over 1300 Hours Of On The Road Research With Two Kids In Tow.Our Special Beer Chapter Will Have You Sampling The Region S Finest From Divine Trappist Brews To Acidic Lambics.You Asked For It, We Researched It Child Friendly Activities, Cycling Information And Battleground Coverage.