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few of my travel guide books--one is a library book.

I think everyone must have at least 1 of the Lonely Planet books in their house. If you are a first-time traveler to Croatia, looking for a comprehensive travel guide book, is the Croatia travel guide for you. With the newest edition released this year, you will find the most up to date and relevant travel tips, travel itineraries, colored maps and business information (prices, hours, contact info, etc.). Plan the perfect holiday, whether you are a history buff, a foodie, an adventure seeker, a site-seer, an art lover or at your fingertips. We used Lonely Planet Croatia as our personal tour guide on our first trip to Croatia and found it very helpful.

Hooray, you’re planning a holiday to Croatia. Well, at least you must be thinking about it if you are reading this. Our goal is to be a great Croatia travel guide and blog, but we can’t (well at least not yet) have been to every place in Croatia, and we always suggest getting a travel book to read before your vacation to Croatia to help decide which . Plus, planning is half the fun of a holiday in my opinion. So, which Croatia travel guide book is guaranteed to help you find the best places in Croatia to visit? Here, let us help you choose:

Where now for the travel guide book? - Telegraph

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Ben Box, author of the South American Handbook, now about to mark its 90th edition, insists “there is life in the travel guide book yet”, although he did acknowledge the internet had widened the scope for recommendations enormously.”

Whatever the outcome of the upheaval at Lonely Planet, there is no doubt the traditional guidebook market is under intense pressure. Last year, AA Publishing confirmed it was no longer commissioning printed travel guides. In February this year, the trade magazine The Bookseller reported a 41 per cent decline in the travel print categories in the last five years, although it did highlight some “standout successes”, including the Lonely Planet guides to Thailand and Australia.