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Lonely Planet Scotland

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Lonely Planet Scotland

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468 pgs, 75 maps - $22.99
Lonely Planet Scotland
Item#: LP SCOTLAND

Scotland is deliciously wild and woolly, full of raucous festivals, remote islands, tempestuous weather, bucolic golf courses and cities bursting their seams with galleries, cafes and rich Scottish spirit. You don't do this place in half-measures.

Maximize your trip with this Lonely Planet Scotland Travel Guide:
Scotland's patchwork of sweeping mountains and lochs, craggy coastline and lively towns deserves to be explored and savoured. Walk in the footsteps of historical heroes, soak up culture in Edinburgh and catch live music in Glasgow. Go beyond bagpipes and haggis clichés with our expert authors, and get the insider view with this bestselling guide. FIND YOUR WAY – easy-to-use maps, pre-planning information and practical advice helps you make the most of your trip OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES CHAPTER – we tell you the best Munros to bag, dive sites to explore and golf courses to stroll EXPANDED REGIONAL COVERAGE helps you discover more, with tempting ideas and itineraries for weekend breaks SLEEP WELL – from converted castles to snug B&Bs, our hand-picked accommodation listings help you stay in style

 

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Lonely Planet Travel Guides explore a destination in depth, with options to suit a range of budgets. With reliable practice advice on getting around, restaurants and accommodation, these easy-to-use guides also include numerous detailed MAPS, color photographs, extensive background material and coverage of sights both on and off the beaten path.

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