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New Zealand (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
Title : New Zealand (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
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ISBN : 9780789497215
Language : English
Format Type : Turtleback
Number of Pages : 384

Eyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout 2003, the entire list of more than 70 destinations is being fully updated to show you more of what other guides only tell you. With a stunning, brand-new look, Eyewitness Travel Guides are essential reading for vacation, business, or armchair travel. Consistently chosen over the competitiEyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout 2003, the entire list of more than 70 destinations is being fully updated to show you more of what other guides only tell you. With a stunning, brand-new look, Eyewitness Travel Guides are essential reading for vacation, business, or armchair travel. Consistently chosen over the competition in national consumer market research, Eyewitness Travel Guides include up-to-date information on local customs, currency, medical services, transportation, and much more.


New Zealand (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Reviews

  • Sara W.

    New Zealand is one of the most beautiful places in the world. I am so glad I found this book and tried to make new adventures just by reading. But of course, still wanted to experience in real. with what this book has described the beautiful places of New Zealand, I could not wait any longer to step my feet on that certain places.

  • Deep Hollow

    Let's go.

  • Lyndsay-ann

    When planning a trip to a different country there are so many sources available to find out info, and after looking at dozens of books and websites the massive intake of things to do/see/try, etc. can get quite overwhelming. This book was a great resource as it was the most up to date (at the time).The layout of the book is by island, area, and then city/town, and covers pretty much them all. Give some history of the area/town, and details places of interest. There are helpful maps and the photo [...]

  • Stefaniab

    I carried this book with me when I traveled with friends to New Zealand just recently. I used other books, Insight Guides and Fodors, for the serious planning of the trip. This particular guide was terrific for finding our way through the streets of the various towns that we visited. Because our travel was either by bus or rail, I could follow along with the many maps and photos that are provided. This was particularly helpful in large places like the Te Papa Tangarewa musuem and navigating down [...]

  • Dawn

    I like the Eyewitness series for the initial stages of trip planning. These full color guidebooks have tons of pictures. I had an idea before reading this of where I wanted to go in New Zealand, but reading through this book made me realize how much more there is to see than I initially thought. It has also made planning an itinerary extremely difficult since I want to go everywhere.

  • Melissa

    [2011.11.30] Used for the New Zealand protion of our Nov-Dec 2011 trip. DK Eyewitness books always have lots of pictures and are great for brainstorming. Too heavy too bring on the trip itself, but we did copy and bring the 2-pager on Arthur's Pass which we drove through in the opposite direction presented in the book.

  • Tim Corke

    A great book to have whilst travelling or to simply get a flavour for NZ before you go. I'm actually reading this all the time planning my next adventure!!!

  • Yuki Shimmyo

    Hope to make it to NZ while my guidebook is still relevant!

  • Kristen

    I think I just don't like the DK style of books. It's very visually cluttered to me so I can't always easily find what I want to know.

  • Tina

    love the DK Eyewitness travel books.