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  • Author:
    Neil Wilson
  • ISBN:
    1741045134
  • ISBN13:
    978-1741045130
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  • Publisher:
    Lonely Planet; 8 edition (January 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    292 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Europe
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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The Lonely Planet series was recommended to me, and the guide to Prague was the first one I purchased. The recommendation was right on, the guide's reputation is well deserved

The Lonely Planet series was recommended to me, and the guide to Prague was the first one I purchased. The recommendation was right on, the guide's reputation is well deserved. Everything I needed to know is included, the places and restaurants were exactly as described, and the maps and walking tours were easy to follow.

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Explore Prague holidays and discover the best time and places to visit Prague is the equal of Paris in terms of beauty Travel guides.

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Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other -New York Times. This was a very handy tool on our recent trip to Prague.

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Prague (City Travel Guide). Wilson, Neil; Baker, Mark. Book Description Lonely Planet, 2010. Published by Lonely Planet (2010). ISBN 10: 1741796687 ISBN 13: 9781741796681. Published by Lonely Planet.

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Discover PragueWatch Prague's beautiful skyline emerge in the quiet of dawn on Charles BridgeRelax in Letna park with a beer in your hand and the spires of Old Town Square at your feetJoin in and jam at a steamy session in tiny U Maleho Glena jazz clubWatch some of the world's best ice hockey players before they're poached by the NHLIn This Guide:Two expert authors with 40 years' Prague experience between themNew color chapter on Prague's unique and varied architectureMeet the locals: a woman's memories on communism and a gallery owner's take on the contemporary Czech art sceneContent updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveler insights

Dyni
As far as descriptions of sights, restaurants tours, history, etc, the information was pretty accurate. But actually being in Prague and using the book to get around to different sights and restaurants was extremely difficult.

Instead of having a chapter on a specific neighborhood with everything in that neighborhood, they have a chapter on neighborhoods, then shopping, then eating, then drinking, then entertainment, etc. Having to flip to the eating section, then flip back to the neighborhood section, then flip to the map to see where it was located was very time consuming and annoying.

Another thing I didn't like was that the writing on the maps was much too small. I have perfect reading vision and could barely make out the street names and numbers.
Diab
Recently purchased the 9th Edition and found the pullout maps to be useless. The text is printed in an incredibly small font. I purchased this book without seeing it first based on experience with past Lonely Planet books. Never again. Outside of the history of Prague, I found little useful about this city guide. I was better served with a map provided by the hotel and what information I could gather online. I am shifting to Frommer's.
Mr_Mole
I have spent 6 days in Prague with this book and I can say this is a good tourist book for short trips. Not perfect though: the list of hotels is very weak, so better if you look for them yourself; restaurants listed as very good tend to became worse after good Lonely Planet-reviews. Otherwise this is really a nice guide with lots of useful tips.
Gom
Dense, unwieldy, hard to navigate. I'm a huge fan of Lonely Planet most of the time, but this is one of the most unfriendly guides I've ever used. Chapters and sections by neighborhood without many recommendations or suggestions, which are hard to find when they are there.
Alsath
This will be my first time in Prague to study at university. This book has extensive information on the area with quick tips for foreigners. Although, I do wish that this book had more pictures. The map in the back is a must.
Thiama
The Lonely Planet series was recommended to me, and the guide to Prague was the first one I purchased. The recommendation was right on, the guide's reputation is well deserved. Everything I needed to know is included, the places and restaurants were exactly as described, and the maps and walking tours were easy to follow.
Manemanu
exactly what you need when you visit Prague
I lived in Prague for a month and relied on this book if only for the maps. Of course, it was also quite helpful when it came to recommending English book stores! I've learned not to trust LP's judgment on food, but otherwise they're a handy source.