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Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg - Karten mit einem Klick down Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg - Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern! - Praktisch: Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern! - Durchsuche den Text in Sekunden nach beliebigen Stichworten - Mache Notizen und Lesezeichen und erstelle dir ganz einfach einen individuellen Reiseplan E-Book basiert auf: 1. Auflage 2019 Was kann man von einem Land erwarten, das zu einem Viertel unter dem Meeresspiegel liegt? Bergabenteuer wohl kaum - oder allenfalls in 323 m Höhe. Also plattes Land, Tulpenfelder, Windmühlen, Fahrräder. Nicht gerade aufregend? Doch – denn der Lonely Planet kennt die spannenden Seiten der Niederlande, führt durch Rotterdams ultramoderne Architektur, in Utrechts coolste Clubs. Er zeigt die angesagtesten Plätze in den gemütlichen kleinen Grachtenstädten, am Ijsselmeer und auf den friesischen Inseln, entführt in schummrige bruin cafés, erweist Rembrandts Malereien die Ehre. Und er lotst mit der nagelneuen Metro unter Amsterdam hindurch – ist also wie immer direkt am Puls der Zeit.


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Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg - Karten mit einem Klick down Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg - Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern! - Praktisch: Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern! - Durchsuche den Text in Sekunden nach beliebigen Stichworten - Mache Notizen und Lesezeichen und erstelle dir ganz einfach einen individuellen Reiseplan E-Book basiert auf: 1. Auflage 2019 Was kann man von einem Land erwarten, das zu einem Viertel unter dem Meeresspiegel liegt? Bergabenteuer wohl kaum - oder allenfalls in 323 m Höhe. Also plattes Land, Tulpenfelder, Windmühlen, Fahrräder. Nicht gerade aufregend? Doch – denn der Lonely Planet kennt die spannenden Seiten der Niederlande, führt durch Rotterdams ultramoderne Architektur, in Utrechts coolste Clubs. Er zeigt die angesagtesten Plätze in den gemütlichen kleinen Grachtenstädten, am Ijsselmeer und auf den friesischen Inseln, entführt in schummrige bruin cafés, erweist Rembrandts Malereien die Ehre. Und er lotst mit der nagelneuen Metro unter Amsterdam hindurch – ist also wie immer direkt am Puls der Zeit.

30 review for Lonely Planet Niederlande: mit Downloads aller Karten

  1. 5 out of 5

    Liviu

    For my just completed week-long travel to the Benelux (Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg) I looked through all the available guides and I finally decided on this one and the analog for Belgium and Luxembourg as they fit best my needs - as usual Rick Steeves' guides are the most entertaining in writing style but they have a potentially major flaw as they talk at length about what the authors feel are the highlights and their choices may not coincide with yours - when they do like in Spain their gu For my just completed week-long travel to the Benelux (Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg) I looked through all the available guides and I finally decided on this one and the analog for Belgium and Luxembourg as they fit best my needs - as usual Rick Steeves' guides are the most entertaining in writing style but they have a potentially major flaw as they talk at length about what the authors feel are the highlights and their choices may not coincide with yours - when they do like in Spain their guide is best but when they don't like in Switzerland or here I look for other options While drier in style, the Lonely Planet was excellent as it suggested a few places I may not have considered otherwise - they have a top 10 attractions in the Netherlands and top 15 in the Belgium/Luxembourg - to start the guides, they have great geographical orientation, both with country maps, regional maps and city maps including an Amsterdam pullout and they talk about many, many places - yes shorter than the fewer places described in other guides, but enough to decide if you are interested further and today with the world on the cell phone, what is needed is awareness of a place as afterwards you can research it at leisure anywhere; the maps with numbered highlights proved extremely useful in the cities I visited (Rotterdam and Luxembourg especially as there just walking around the city and taking in the super modernistic buildings in Rotterdam and the two tiered old city of Luxembourg is an experience in itself, but also Brugge - here the whole old city is an experience so it doesn't really matter where you go, Hague - here the old city is smaller so easy to see, Utrecht and Amsterdam - this one didn't really work out for me, as big cities go being far away from Milan or Madrid, while from its museums, the Van Gogh is special but Rijksmuseum pales compared to Prado or Uffizi, though the maritime museum is cool as it has a real VOC ship one can visit - the collection itself is ok, the naval Museum of Madrid better, but the VOC ship and getting a feel for how the long voyages in the 1600-1700's went are worth the price) The other highlight of the 2 guides discussed here was the smaller places - especially for Belgium and its Ardennes region and Luxembourg and the Moselle valley - due to lack of time I didn't visit all I planned but a castle (Bouillon), a scenic drive and a few picturesque villages were all found out from the guide - and then there was the Waterloo museum and battlefield with a good description in the Belgium book (this one I would have visited without any guide mentioning it of course) Overall - excellent for my needs as they have shorter description of many places, good opening highlights and maps

  2. 4 out of 5

    Will

    Got it for free and really enjoyed it. The detail shown in the Zeeland and Eastern Netherlands sections was appreciated. Amsterdam was light on the part I will be visiting (Amsterdam-Oost), but that part of town is a little off the beaten path so it wasn't too surprising. Got it for free and really enjoyed it. The detail shown in the Zeeland and Eastern Netherlands sections was appreciated. Amsterdam was light on the part I will be visiting (Amsterdam-Oost), but that part of town is a little off the beaten path so it wasn't too surprising.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty

    As ever with the Lonely Planet guides, this was splendid. It gave a wealth of things to do in Amsterdam, where we were based on our holiday, and also gave plenty of ideas for day trips in other districts. We plumped for a day in Rotterdam, and found the travel information in the book helpful. I'll always go for Lonely Planet guides; yes, they may be a little more expensive than the usual travel books, but there's a reason they're rated as the best in the world. As ever with the Lonely Planet guides, this was splendid. It gave a wealth of things to do in Amsterdam, where we were based on our holiday, and also gave plenty of ideas for day trips in other districts. We plumped for a day in Rotterdam, and found the travel information in the book helpful. I'll always go for Lonely Planet guides; yes, they may be a little more expensive than the usual travel books, but there's a reason they're rated as the best in the world.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Juliana

    I used to read Lonely Planet guidebooks from the first page to the last. This time this wasn't the case. The suggestions seemed rather boring to me, there wasn't the same feeling about it that you just have to look up anything and know where to go...I felt a bit lost. And bought another tourist guide. I liked the chapter on Dutch Lifestyle. And maybe next time in the Netherlands, in another part of the country, the guide might still come in handy. I used to read Lonely Planet guidebooks from the first page to the last. This time this wasn't the case. The suggestions seemed rather boring to me, there wasn't the same feeling about it that you just have to look up anything and know where to go...I felt a bit lost. And bought another tourist guide. I liked the chapter on Dutch Lifestyle. And maybe next time in the Netherlands, in another part of the country, the guide might still come in handy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nickolai

    Отличный путеводитель для первоначального знакомства со страной. Содержит информацию только о тех городах и местах, которые будут наиболее интересны среднему путешественнику, прибывающему в Нидерланды лишь на пару недель. Множество карт и полезных советов. Хорошая теоретическая часть об истории и культуре страны.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Belcher

    Wonderfully informative I learned a great deal from reading this book. I found out last year that Denmark was actually my Heritage Home. I'm looking forward to traveling there shortly. Wonderfully informative I learned a great deal from reading this book. I found out last year that Denmark was actually my Heritage Home. I'm looking forward to traveling there shortly.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    Very helpful in planning my trip - esp. easy excursions from Amsterdam

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ietrio

    A tourist guide just like any other. A perishable list of phones and addresses and not much more.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

    great food selections as always

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Meijs

    Dutch highlights are included as comprehensive as possible. Great for Dutch tourism. Multiple day cycling routes are lacking, though. Includes a few spelling errors.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Johanne

    Useful but the ebook was a little clunky to use

  12. 5 out of 5

    Keld Soele

  13. 4 out of 5

    Beatrice

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jeane

  15. 5 out of 5

    Philip Morgan

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katrina

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Dallaire

  18. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Hepworth

  19. 5 out of 5

    Donald Neyt

  20. 5 out of 5

    S-Bayley

  21. 4 out of 5

    Roger Birkins

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stacie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

  24. 5 out of 5

    Geoff Rowland

  25. 5 out of 5

    P J

  26. 4 out of 5

    Shy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ben Lever

  28. 4 out of 5

    tulip

  29. 5 out of 5

    Krista

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vivienne Washbourne

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