The Travel Atlas (Lonely Planet)

September 29, 2019 - Comment

This is the ultimate world atlas for globetrotters. Combining our extensive mapping experience and unrivalled destination insight and knowledge, our first dedicated altas makes it easy for you to plan adventures and discover remarkable places around the planet. With Lonely Planet’s The Travel Atlas in your hands, you can explore every part of the world

This is the ultimate world atlas for globetrotters. Combining our extensive mapping experience and unrivalled destination insight and knowledge, our first dedicated altas makes it easy for you to plan adventures and discover remarkable places around the planet.

With Lonely Planet’s The Travel Atlas in your hands, you can explore every part of the world and plan upcoming trips with one simple and easy-to-use resource. Inside, you’ll find detailed maps to every country on Earth, with popular regions and destinations presented at greater scale.   

Each large page of mapping is accompanied with the area’s top sights and activities, while our themed itineraries, ranging from two days to two weeks, will ensure you don’t miss the best sights. You’ll also find trip planning tools like climate information and transport hubs to help you get there and away.

About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You’ll also find our content on lonelyplanet.com, mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Beautiful 2018 book with overview of all countries A BIG, beautiful reference book to add to our travel planning books. The large size means type font is easy to read. Maps are clear and well done, detailed but not cluttered. Each country section has city highlights, transport hubs, suggested itineraries, and color photos. This book is a great reference when you ask yourself, “Where do I want to go next?” or to get more detail on a specific country or area. Also just nice to browse and learn a little more about different places. The cover of…

Anonymous says:

This is NOT a ‘normal’ world atlas – be aware! Please be aware this is NOT a normal atlas – while it has beautiful pictures it only focuses on ‘tourist spots’ and leaves large swaths of the globe totally missing. Apparently the only parts of the US of any worth are both coasts – the entire Midwest is missing. Personally I would not buy this book again without further research into what I was getting (mea culpa)

Anonymous says:

Cheap binding that allowed cover to separate from book prior to arrival The binding is cheap. The book arrived with both the front and back separated from the binding. The layout is good and easy to navigate, but there is little or no info and small, uncontinuous maps of some countries—-especially for Africa, where I most like to travel.

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