Lonely Planet publishes new comprehensive guide to Croatia
The world most famous travel guide, Lonely Planet, has released an edition for March 2011, on 351 page, with Croatia as the main topic.
Authors of Lonely Planet "Croatia", Anja Mutic and Iain Stewart, bring information and data from their personal experience of traveling through all parts of Croatia.
The first section includes recommendations for planning a trip, such as useful information, weather conditions through the months , itineraries and meeting with Croatian regions accompanied by a handful of photographs.
The second part of the guide is dedicated to introducing Croatian through its history, culture, people, customs, natural resources and the arts.
It continues with 43 maps and detailed descriptions and information about individual destinations and advice useful for every tourist.
The final chapter is devoted to specific contacts, and instructions on gastronomy, accommodation, restaurants, cinemas and theaters, the working hours of public institutions, banks, post offices and other important travel information shown through, as it is called, "survival manual", forming information about Croatia, as "the directory of terms from A to Z".
Tourists will get the basics of reference in the Croatian language and useful phrases that may be needed on each trip. Lonely Planet Croatia" is available in print and on-line format and is available in bookstores worldwide, in English, Italian, French and German, and from October 2011 also in Portuguese.
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