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by Cathy Harlow

eBook Iceland (Landmark Visitors Guides) (Landmark Visitors Guide Iceland) ePub
Author: Cathy Harlow
Language: English
ISBN: 1843061341
ISBN13: 978-1843061342
Publisher: Hunter Publishing (NJ); 3rd edition (August 13, 2004)
Pages: 256
Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 392
Formats: mobi txt lrf doc
ePub file: 1350 kb
Fb2 file: 1584 kb

This is the summary of Landmark Visitors Guide Iceland (Landmark Visitors Guides) by Cathy Harlow.

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With a Landmark Visitors Guide in hand, you don't need to plan your trip. Having just spent more than 2 weeks in Iceland, I've had a good opportunity to see which guides worked and which ones didn't. To begin with, Cathy Harlow's excellent book is more along the lines of the DK Guidebooks: excellent pictures, printed on heavy glossy paper, and short on up-to-date, detailed info on accommodations and restaurants.

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The best landmarks of Iceland are its numerous waterfalls such as the giant Dettifoss and Gullfoss as well as. .

The best landmarks of Iceland are its numerous waterfalls such as the giant Dettifoss and Gullfoss as well as geysers and other geothermal features. Come eye to eye with the giants of the deep on a whale watching tour, take a dip in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon, or hike to the isolated highland valley of Þórsmörk.

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The Top 9 Landmarks to Visit in Iceland. If you are thinking about taking a vacation in Europe then you can do so in Iceland where nature goes beyond resorts and beaches. Fortunately, unlike many other countries most of the tourist attractions that the country has to offer require no entrance fees. The best time to visit Iceland is in the summer.

Landmark Visitors Guides are acknowledged as among the most reliable travel books for sightseers. Information is detailed, concise and current - just what you need as you travel around an unfamiliar destination. The informative text is peppered with colorful callouts that highlight places of particular interest - perhaps a well-known birding spot or a delightful pub down a side road. Liberal use of excellent, full-color maps makes navigation easy, and colorful photos grace almost every page.

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Mezilabar
Having just spent more than 2 weeks in Iceland, I've had a good opportunity to see which guides worked and which ones didn't. To begin with, Cathy Harlow's excellent book is more along the lines of the DK Guidebooks: excellent pictures, printed on heavy glossy paper, and short on up-to-date, detailed info on accommodations and restaurants.

In other words, this is a book to read and enjoy BEFORE going to Iceland, but it takes up too much weight for the info it conveys. Let's face it, the 20-kilo weight restriction for international flights, together with the even more severe practical limitations for people who use public transportation where there are no porters or native bearers are strong reasons to travel as light as possible.

Nonetheless, I enjoyed reading this book and would strongly recommend both the texts and photographs as an excellent introduction to a fascinating travel destination. Used in conjunction with the Rough Guide to Iceland or, even better, the updated Lonely Planet Guide to Iceland, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands, it is a worthwhile book to read and to keep for reference.
Kifer
Not having seen any reviews or picture of this book, I was a little worried about what I might find when I ordered it. To my surprise, however, I received an absolutely fantastic description of everything Iceland has to offer a first-time tourist. The book is packed with dozens of amazing, beautiful photographs that compel you to fly over there as quickly as possible.
The text not only covers a solid description of all the interesting places to visit, but dives into some of the history as well. Most importantly, the author makes available plenty of contact phone numbers and addresses (physical, e-mail, and web) that will help you better plan your trip.
Even if you weren't thinking about ever going to Iceland, you would after reading this book.
Steep
Well known for his picture post-card views of Scotland, Colin Baxter has taken his work to a more satisfying level with this book of his Iceland photographs. Accumulated over many years' visits -this book provides an invaluable catalouge of what to see should you be visiting this unique country. Photographers and those with a special interest in landscape will find the map showing the photo locations invaluable. Good design, adequate printing, lots of photos, some very good indeed. Icelandair should be very pleased with its impact on tourism: very low Puffin count too!
Fearlessdweller
It's been 4 hours, since I returned from Iceland, and one of my first things to do was to cancel my pending order of this book. Out in Iceland, I could have a look at what's inside, and quite a few of the pictures were disappointing. From someone with a limited amount of time (say, one week) and budget category equipment, this would be a nice book, but not from a professional photographer. Contrast is low in many of the pictures, and some of them were not taken at the right time of day (or right weather conditions).

From this point of view, the book 'Lost in Iceland' was way better.

I don't recommend it, if you want really nice shots.
Mautaxe
I recommend this fantastic book to anyone intersted in Iceland. Forget the other guide books, none of them compare to this complete guideto Iceland.
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