Paperback ✓ Egypt Kindle Ú

Paperback ✓ Egypt Kindle Ú

Egypt (Lonely Planet Guide) [Download] ➺ Egypt (Lonely Planet Guide) By Lonely Planet – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The voracious energy of Cairo, the grandeur of Luxor s monuments, the laid back vibe of Dahab and the remote beauty of the Western Desert oases Lonely Planet s bestselling guide to Egypt packs in trea The voracious energy of Cairo, the grandeur of Luxor s monuments, the laid back vibe of Dahab and the remote beauty of the Western Desert oases Lonely Planet s bestselling guide to Egypt packs in treasures than Tutankhamun s tomb Meet The Pharaohs an illustrated Pharaonic Egypt chapter by world renowned Egyptologist Dr Joann Fletcher brings the ancient rulers to life Cruise The Nile for felucca fun, Agatha Christie style nostalgia or kid friendly cruising, our expert tips make finding the right trip a breeze Dive In the definitive Red Sea diving guide will get you underwater and feeling on top of the world Sleep In Style whatever your style, opinionated reviews bring you the best city hotels, Nile flotels, budget hostels and sunny resorts Get Organized, Stay Connected tap into authoritative advice on transport, safety, Internet access and digital photography.


About the Author: Lonely Planet

OUR STORYA beat up old car, a few dollars in the pocket and a sense of adventure In that s all Tony and Maureen Wheeler needed for the trip of a lifetime across Europe and Asia overland to Australia It took several months, and at the end broke but inspired they sat at their kitchen table writing and stapling together their first travel guide, Across Asia on the Cheap Within a week they d sold copies and Lonely Planet was born One hundred million guidebooks later, Lonely Planet is the world s leading travel guide publisher with content to almost every destination on the planet.



10 thoughts on “Egypt (Lonely Planet Guide)

  1. Becca Becca says:

    I wanna go


  2. Nosherwan Yasin Nosherwan Yasin says:

    I would not have survived Egypt without this book.


  3. Pete daPixie Pete daPixie says:

    Many destinations may not require the study of a travel guide prior to a visit Lonely Planet s Egypt really should be in the travel bag From Alexandria in the north, the Saharan wastes in the west, Sinai and the Red Sea in the east and as far south as Abu Simbel, this book seems to be an essential accompaniment to any visit.Fully comprehensive with the usual Lonely Planet advise on all the main cities, historical sites, resorts, modes of transport, you name it, this book has it covered.


  4. Karla Winick-Ford Karla Winick-Ford says:

    Very informative


  5. Yuan Siang Yuan Siang says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 17, 37, 45, 91 95, 105, 120 121, 126 128, 132 141, 144, 150, 184 187, 209, 214, 217, 227 228, 378 380,410 413,419, 480, 483, 493 494, 499 2015 edition


  6. Aliya Aliya says:

    This was my first purchase of an LP travel guide, picking it over DK, The budget hotel recommendations, the pyramids, the Egyptian museum and the tombs in Luxor seem well explained but the maps are poor and the organization of info is lopsided This guide book needs to be supplemented withresearch from the internet We need a good city map, andthings to do in the various cities and sometips on eateries and budget places.I will add that I was put off by the orientalist tone of t This was my first purchase of an LP travel guide, picking it over DK, The budget hotel recommendations, the pyramids, the Egyptian museum and the tombs in Luxor seem well explained but the maps are poor and the organization of info is lopsided This guide book needs to be supplemented withresearch from the internet We need a good city map, andthings to do in the various cities and sometips on eateries and budget places.I will add that I was put off by the orientalist tone of the guidebook On page 223 224 it refers to a hotel and says An Alexandrian institution and a memorial to the city s belle epoque, when guests included the likes of Somerset Maugham, Noel Coward and Winston Churchill, and the British secret service operated out of a suite on the first floor There are numerous similar references to the good old days colonial days The arrival of the Arabs happening in 642 AD is consistently treated as a disturbance to the good old graeco roman rule Western travelers arrival from the nineteenth century onwards, is made to sound like the advent of civilization itself, which is beyond absurd


  7. Fiona Fiona says:

    Just what I needed, ancient, and modern history with a dollop of the current situation and things to see and do.Egyptian history can be overwhelming, so I recommend a quick read to help you sort things out before you there


  8. Martin Martin says:

    Found amazing authentic hotel in Luxor thanks to LP


  9. Nara Nara says:

    Le do de arriba abajo Muy til, actual, era de 2008.Hacen falta m s restaurantes por El Cairo.


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