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Scotland (revised) (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
Packed with photographs, illustrations and detailed maps, Eyewitness Travel Guide: Scotland will lead you straight to the best attractions this wild country has to offer. Discover Scotland region by region; from the culturally diverse and architecturally magnificent Glasgow to the peerless beauty of the highlands. Eyewitness Travel Guide: Scotland provides tips every visit ...more
Turtleback, 224 pages
Published August 18th 2003 by DK Travel
(first published October 1st 1999)
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DK travel books are never very high on my list because I prefer more detailed information about where I am going, as opposed to flashy pictures and little substance. (I borrowed it from the library for a project, not because I was so excited about reading a DK book for personal travel.) But I got part of a picture of Scotland out of this, which was the basic idea.
I love the Eyewitness Travel guides. They're clean, regularly updated, and give the highlights of what a traveller should consider seeing when they visit a country. Now that I am moving to Scotland, I figured I should pick up a copy to help me figure out my bearings and plan a year of activities and trips!
This book is a thin book that gives you the highlights of things to see and do in Scotland. Good for an overview, but since it is not very indepth, I would recommend getting another guidebook if you are trying to plan a trip to Scotland. It is a good supplement I guess.