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GREECE 9ED -ANGLAIS- (Anglais) Broché – 22 avril 2010


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Whichever aspect of the gods' homeland you're after - the hedonism of sun-kissed beaches, the natural high of mountainous treks or an inspirational culture steeped in history - you'll find this guide indispensable.

• 150 detailed mails

• comprehensive coverage of all the island groups

• illuminating colour section on Greek art and architecture

• entertainment and eateries, from retsina to rembetika; mousakas to mezedes

• fascinating insights into contemporary Greek culture

• island hopping made easy: clear, up-to-date ferry information --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.



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  • Broché: 804 pages
  • Editeur : LONELY PLANET; Édition : 9th edition (22 avril 2010)
  • Collection : Country Regional Guides
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1741792282
  • ISBN-13: 978-1741792287
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,2 x 13,3 x 21 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par rg sur 1 juin 2009
Format: Broché
Tres bon guide pour la Grece, mais il reste qqs infos pratiques a corriger ou a completer: les adresses de terminaux de bus a athenes par exemple ou de numero de tel de KTEL. Globalement, il reste un de meilleurs guides pour la grece.
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3 Weeks in Greece with Lonely Planet 10 décembre 2000
Par Marvin S. Hipsak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Greece was my first time travelling alone and this book was recommended by my friend from Greece. I brought other books but I never needed them. This book is laid out in an easy to read style and one can find information very quickly. When I was in Greece, everybody who did not have a Lonely Planet book was asking to borrow mine. Another nice thing about the book is the size, it seems as if the authors designed it to be carried around. It is not heavy, even at 700+ pages. I carried it everywhere. The accomodation recomendations were accurate and excellent choices. The locations of some of them could not have been better.
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Lonely Liar 9 août 2001
Par B-Track - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Lonely Planet came with me for a 6-week stay in the Corinthia. Overall I found prices to be very outdated. When I turned to the book looking for specific information, most of the time I discovered it was either scant or missing.
In Athens, I stayed in a couple of budget accomodations in Plaka that received glowing reviews from the guide -- both places didn't even come close to the authors' high praise. In Delphi, the phone number provided for the hotel where I wanted to stay actually rang at a completely unrelated pension several blocks away. A description of which bus to take into Athens from Bus Terminal A and B would have been incredibly useful, and saved me an afternoon of wandering.
I also referred to this book many times for information about the towns and sites around Ancient Corinth, only to find it totally useless. Clearly the authors' own distate about places accounts for this gap. For example: "Loutraki: The town was devastated by the 1981 earthquake, and subsequent reconstruction has resulted in its reincarnation as a tacky resort with dozens of modern, characterless hotels along the seafront. Loutraki hardly warrants an overnight stay." That's it.
Color-photo sections are a nice selling feature of the book, but don't help much when you're trying to find your way around Greece. When I referred to this book I often ended up more lost than found. Browsing through some of the comparable guides, such as the Rough Guide or Let's Go, I unfortunately found them to have very similar shortcomings. Lonely Planet forced me to approach more Greeks and ask directions, and to learn how to find my way around on my own -- perhaps something I can thank them for after all. Next time I go to Greece, I'll leave the guidebook at home.
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Just OK. 4 septembre 2001
Par Roy Gordon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This review compares the Lonely Plantet Greece (4th Edition) with the Rough Guide Greece (8th edition). We spent 2.5 weeks in July, 2001 in Greece, our first visit, and these were our guide books.
A relucant 4 stars to each, and a slight preference for RG. We certainly found the books serviceable, and they gave us good ideas of where in Greece we wanted to go. But they were much less valuable in their listings for individual destinations. They were the least valuable compared to the other LP and RG travel books we've used (Portugal, Italy, Thailand, Tokyo).
As usual, they both overstate their hotel rankings which to me make sense only if you've been sleeping out on the beach from necessity, and now have finally scraped some money together for a room. An exagerration, but I've lost patience with gushing praise for facilities which are usually no better than serviceable and sometimes less than that. And, we're not into spending money on fancy accommodations. Occassionaly the books are on the money, but often not.
On the smaller islands RG usually had more accommodation listings, but occassionally LP did. There were at least two instances when LP had none, just saying that rooms were available.
The ferry schedules in the books, pretty much consistent between them, bore little relation to reality, even though we were there in the high season.
I want to complete with my usual gripe about these and other guide books: we don't know which restaurants and hotels were actually visited by the writers (and by which one) and when. To paraphrase from my review of RG Portugal:
LP is out front in saying that its reviewers do not stay at all the hotels or eat at all the restaurants they list. I would like it if the reviews would be initialized by the reviewers with the date. This would allow us to learn each reviewer's tastes and standards, not to mention seeing which places they actually visited.
One LP writer (not I think an author of this book) in discussing restaurants wrote: "As one of those LP writers I can tell you that it is not physically possible to eat even a 'little bit of a meal' in each of those restaurants :-) What we all tend to do is eat at a broad cross-section within the norms of natural eating times and visit the other restaurants and talk to the owner or even the diners if it can be done discretely. In the same vein we don't sleep at every hotel!"
Talk to the owners for your evaluation! Says it all.
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very helpful maps for the driver 30 septembre 2004
Par Philip Greenspun - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
On a 10-day rental car trip around the mainland in a rental car this guide was very useful because of all the city maps, much more so than the D-K guide, the Frommer's, or even a Michelin Neos guide. The restaurant recommendations were good as well. As for hotels... well, the Lonely Planet authors don't seem to have American standards when it comes to comfort. For smaller towns generally the Lonely Planet was the only book that had any information at all.
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Feta, Tzaiki, and Amazing Sunsets 10 avril 2005
Par H. Proulx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
2 weeks in Greece last summer (2004) and Lonely Planet was in my bag every day. I always reach for LP first when traveling because they are truthful and not endorsed by anyone. There are many other guides out there (Timeout, for example) that actually have advertisements in their books! How's that for impartial!

Yes, there are a few problems. An internet cafe that was supposed to be on Mykonos is now a flower shop, but that had happened in the past 3 months. We had bought the March 2004 edition, the most current, but it is understandable that perhaps the internet café became a flower shop after they went to print.

Before you buy this book, think about whether you will be spending more time on the islands or the mainland. We were in both places so we decided on just normal "Greece" but I know there is also a "Greek Islands" book which may be better if you are island hopping.

The maps of the cities are helpful and their recommendations whether it be for hotel, food or activities are always great. If you are lucky enough to be going to Greece make sure you pack this book, you'll be very happy with it.
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