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Lonely Planet Amsterdam Encounter by Zora O'Neill
Lonely Planet Angkor Wat & Siem Reap Encounter by Nick Ray
Lonely Planet Athens Encounter by Victoria Kyriakopoulos
Lonely Planet Bali Encounter by Ryan Ver Berkmoes
Lonely Planet Bangkok Encounter by Austin Bush
Lonely Planet Barcelona Encounter by Damien Simonis
Lonely Planet Beijing Encounter by David Eimer
Lonely Planet Berlin Encounter by Andrea Schulte-Peevers
Lonely Planet Best of Krakow by Richard Watkins
Lonely Planet Boston Encounter by Mara Vorhees
Lonely Planet Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp & Ghent Encounter by Catherine Le Nevez
Lonely Planet Buenos Aires Encounter by Terry Carter
Lonely Planet Cancun & the Yucatan Encounter by Greg Benchwick
Lonely Planet Chicago Encounter by Nate Cavalieri
Lonely Planet Copenhagen Encounter by Michael Booth
Lonely Planet Dubai Encounter by Terry Carter
Lonely Planet Dublin Encounter by Fionn Davenport
Lonely Planet Edinburgh Encounter by Neil Wilson
Lonely Planet Fez Encounter by Virginia Maxwell
Lonely Planet Florence Encounter by Robert Landon
Lonely Planet Goa Beaches Encounter by Amelia Thomas
Lonely Planet Hanoi & Halong Bay Encounter by Tom Downs
Lonely Planet Hong Kong Encounter by Steve Fallon
Lonely Planet Istanbul Encounter by Virginia Maxwell
Lonely Planet Ko Samui Encounter by China Williams
Lonely Planet Las Vegas Encounter by Sara Benson
Lonely Planet Lisbon Encounter by Kerry Walker
Lonely Planet London Encounter by Joe Bindloss
Lonely Planet Los Angeles Encounter by Amy C. Balfour
Lonely Planet Madrid Encounter by Anthony Ham
Lonely Planet Marrakesh Encounter by Alison Bing
Lonely Planet Melbourne Encounter by Donna Wheeler
Lonely Planet Milan Encounter by Donna Wheeler
Lonely Planet Montréal & Québec City Encounter by Regis St. Louis
Lonely Planet Napa & Sonoma Encounter by Alison Bing
Lonely Planet New Orleans Encounter by Adam Karlin
Lonely Planet New York City Encounter by Ginger Otis
Lonely Planet Paris Encounter by Catherine Le Nevez
Lonely Planet Phuket Encounter by Adam Skolnick
Lonely Planet Prague Encounter by Sarah Johnstone
Lonely Planet Rome Encounter by Cristian Bonetto
Lonely Planet San Francisco Encounter by Alison Bing
Lonely Planet Shanghai Encounter by Christopher Pitts
Lonely Planet Stockholm Encounter by Becky Ohlsen
Lonely Planet Sydney Encounter by Charles Rawlings-Way
Lonely Planet Tokyo Encounter by Wendy Yanagihara
Lonely Planet Tokyo Encounter by Brandon Presser
Lonely Planet Valencia Encounter by Miles Roddis
Lonely Planet Vancouver Encounter by John Lee
Lonely Planet Venice Encounter by Alison Bing
Lonely Planet Vienna Encounter (Travel Guide) by Caroline Sieg
Lonely Planet Washington DC Encounter by Adam Karlin
Singapore Encounter by Joshua Samuel Brown

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Recommendations

  1. Lonely Planet Poland by Mark Baker (2012)
  2. Lonely Planet London by Sarah Johnstone (1998)
  3. Lonely Planet Munich, Bavaria & the Black Forest by Andrea Schulte-Peevers (2008)
  4. Lonely Planet Bavaria by Andrea Schulte-Peevers (2002)
  5. Lonely Planet Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by Lonely Planet (2012)
  6. Lonely Planet Healthy Travel Asia & India by Isabelle Young (2000)
  7. Marrakesh Insight Step by Step Guide by Insight Guides (2008)
  8. Lonely Planet Southeast Asia on a Shoestring by China Williams (1977)
  9. Lonely Planet Best of Beijing by Korina Miller (2004)
  10. Lonely Planet Tokyo Condensed by John Ashburne (2002)
  11. Lonely Planet Pocket Lisbon by Kerry Christiani (2012)
  12. Top 10 Munich (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides) by Elfie Ledig (2005)
  13. Lonely Planet Discover Barcelona by Lonely Planet (2011)
  14. AA CityPack Istanbul by Christopher Rice (1997)
  15. The Rough Guide to Las Vegas by Greg Ward (2000)

Series description

From LonelyPlanet.com
"Ideal for short-breaks and business trips. Information is compact, quick and accessible with an emphasis on exploring the more local aspects of a city. Encounter guides help you discover twice the city (or region) in half the time. With a full-colour pull-out map and unique itineraries, these guides are less about accommodation and more about neighbourhoods; less about advance planning and more about hitting the ground running - past the tourist bureaus and straight to the locals' latest favourites.
* Full colour
* Pocket-sized
* Handy pull-out map
* Easy-to-use format arranged around neighbourhoods
* Interviews with locals who share their city's secrets

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