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Western Balkans (Anglais) Broché – 25 juin 2009

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A great companion to anyone travelling to Western Balkans, even alone, with complete information about each country and splendid picks of restaurants, bars and other services. --Amazon customer

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•The only guidebook to cover the entire region •Colour sections highlight the best of each country •Interviews with locals reveal their favourite spots •Expanded coverage highlights wilderness, beaches, culture and nightlife •Increased focus on eco-friendly places to stay throughout the region

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Bien organisée, comme toutes les guides Lonely Planet. Bien actualisée sur la Croatie et l'Albanie, beaucoup moins sur le Kosovo et la Macédoine. J'aurais aimé aussi plus de cartes géographiques, il y en a une générale, mais il n'y a pas une pour chaque Pays au début du chapitre dédié. Elle est entièrement en Anglais.
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Évidemment, on ne trouve pas tout dans ce guide, mais vu le format et la pagination réduits, on peut dire que l'essentiel s'y trouve.Vocabulaire et expression parfois assez déroutants pour des anglicistes habitués à un style plus "classique".
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C'est le seul guide décrivant l'ensemble des pays de l'ex - Yougoslavie en un seul ouvrage ( à l'exception de la Slovénie ) . Malheureusement disponible seulement en anglais . Assez complet mais avec une présentation " touffue " qui ne facilite pas toujours la lecture , comme toujours avec Lonely Planet .
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HASH(0x991d8570) étoiles sur 5 covers a lot of ground in a little space 30 décembre 2009
Par H. Norrod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Travelled last summer to Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. The main benefit of this book is that it covers a large and complex region in a concise way. There really aren't many other travel books available on this part of the world. In addition to the usual list of attractions, restaurants, etc, the book offers a brief overview of history and languages of the various countries. I especially liked the cultural insight sidebars. I enjoyed reading them out loud to my friends from those countries and hearing their perspectives. The main drawbacks are what you would expect from a multi-country book: descriptions of many places are too brief to get any idea at all of what they are like, and even large cities are not treated in enough detail to really make plans, espcially if the author did not like the city. I spent a lot of time online before my trip making supplemental notes in the margins so I would really know where to stay and what to do. The other drawback is that the maps can be very misleading. To be fair, there may have been a disclaimer about this in the book--if so take it seriously. Just because a place is 30km away on the map, and there is a road shown, does not mean you can actually drive there on that road, or get there in less than 2 hours. Overall I would recommend this book in the interest of travelling light, but plan on supplementating a lot from other sources. And I definitely recommend the Balkans!

For an extremely helpful, well organized, and brief history lesson, check out the following book:
The Balkans: A Short History (Modern Library Chronicles)
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HASH(0x991d85c4) étoiles sur 5 Macedonia in the new 2009 Western Balkans Guide 15 juin 2009
Par Jason B. Miko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The new 2009 Western Balkans Lonely Planet guide book chapter on Macedonia is a very much needed piece that contributes to our understanding of the Republic of Macedonia.

While the book covers 7 countries in the region, what might be the most interesting and exciting revelation for many travelers is the special attention given to Macedonia, still little visited by tourists. Not only does it provide extremely useful information about the "where," "how much," "when" and even "why" questions we might all ask about such a place, but it also provides helpful suggestions regarding people, places and things in Macedonia that might not be on our radar screen. Wine, the Mariovo region, carnivals and festivals and, importantly, the history that has helped to shape the Macedonian psyche, are all presented here, which help both the first-time traveler and the seasoned one to better appreciate, understand and of course, enjoy, Macedonia, her people and their warm and hospitable spirit.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x991d89fc) étoiles sur 5 Macedonia/Western Balkans 28 septembre 2009
Par P. Koerper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Chris Deliso has done a great job capturing the mood and the sites in the ancient and beautiful country of Macedonia, which is waiting to be "discovered" by discerning travelers, who aren't afraid to step off the beaten paths of Europe to find new adventures. After living in the Bitola, Macedonia region for almost three years, I highly recommended all of the places and events Chris describes in that area and in nearby Ohrid. The rural village of Dihovo is a special and very inexpensive treat, as is the village of Elshani near Ohrid. In both locations you will slip into the past while staying with warm and friendly people, who are as interesting as they are hospitable. There are all sorts of new wine tours offered in central Macedonia that I really enjoyed, and the ruins near Bitola and Ohrid are must sees. And, Macedonian food is fresh, delicious and inexpensive - so indulge yourself.

You cannot miss when traveling with a Lonely Planet Guide, and all of the sections that Chris has authored include those easy-to-miss, but oh-so-rewarding places to eat, stay and hangout. His travelogue "Hidden Macedonia "offers even more information about this small and tourist friendly country for those planning a trip or for those, who prefer armchair travel.

I cannot wait to get back to Macedonia to enjoy the rich European atmosphere at budget prices.
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HASH(0x991d89e4) étoiles sur 5 The Balkans and Beyond 11 mars 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
On my recent round-the-world trip, and whenever I travel, I do carry actual books in my backpack. I drop them off as I finish with a country or a region. This trip, more on cosmic-pearl.com about that, took me up (inland) and down (coastline) of the Western Balkan, and I found it a very useful resource, in addition to other, on-line resources, which more often than not, confirmed the lonely planet recommendations. Prices, and I always read reviews complaining about up-to-date issues, are always changing anyway, with the seasons, and moreover, this is a fast changing part of the world. Change must be always expected. Also, I travel off-season and usually get excellent prices and better rooms just because they are empty and available. Where I used the book's accommodation recommendations, my own reviews on my website (and forwarded to tripadvisor.com) pretty much parallel those of lonely planet. Truth is, that no one book has it all, ever, and this one covers the whole Western Balkan, but that's what we have the Internet for. Between the two, we travelers are well served and should have all the information we can possibly want.
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HASH(0x991d8db0) étoiles sur 5 Much needed 9 mars 2013
Par Edward John Casey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
For anyone thinking of going to the Balkans it is a must and required reading but it does now need updating.
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