Lonely Planet Magazine Reviews
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Michael Booth Copenhagen (Lonely Planet Encounter Guides)
A guide in magazine style with a pull - out map. It provides cove ...
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Customer Lonely Planet Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/07/12, updated on 03/07/12 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I bought this in WH Smith the other day - or rather it was my mum who kindly offered to buy me a magazine. I took a good look around at the shop's many magazines and usually I know what I like and that is specialist subject-type magazines but they can be quite expensive. I saw some under these categories but they were hovering around the £5 mark and there's no way that I'd pick up a magazine that expensive and hand it to someone who'd offer to buy me one; I'd feel bad. So over by all the travel magazines was one that looked interesting: Lonely Planet magazine. I was drawn to it because of the places it mentioned on the cover: Croatia (especially Dubrovnik) and San ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I got this magazine for my Husband for christmas on a Subscription deal from the BBC. It cost £15.00 for 6 months. I'm not sure how much it costs to buy this from a shop but I imagine it's around at the £3.00 mark, so I think £15.00 for 6 months was pretty good. They are currently doing an offer where you can get the first 3 issues for £1.00 each when you subscribe though. I got this for my husband as he loves geography and learning about the world and seeing pictures of places and building up the list of places for us to visit. I know that a lot of back packers and travellers also recommend this magazine, but that was not the purpose I got it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Lonely Planet magazine is an offshoot from the travel guides. At a price of £1 for the first six episodes I thought there was no problem in signing up just to see what it was like. I was wrong. Since lonely planet have been bought out by the BBC they seem to have lost their backpacker vibe. The magazine was advertised as for the budget traveller (like myself) but when I recieved it there was no indication of this in the articles inside. What was wrong with it? - There are ''budget travel guides'' advertising ''cheap'' rooms at £30+ a night which in my experience is really rather expensive when travelling on a shoestring. These were in ... Read the complete review
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