3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
some important printing errors,
This review is from: Iceland (Bradt Travel Guides) (Paperback)
whilst i am yet to go to iceland, the guide seems fine and stands out particularly to get past the obvious places such as geysir, or blue lagoon which are great, but never seemed to me like the whole iceland experience of vast natural landscapes unique only to iceland, such as vatnajokull area, which the book outlines in accessibility and guidance of the best way to get there.
mine however has some errors. the maps are terrible: the first leaving out all the non-english alphabet in a printing error, so leaving you guessing what '_r_j_kull' is for example. some other maps aren't very in detail, such as the vatnajokull section has pages on certain places which aren't even on the map.
the only other problem was that there is no price indication for the accomodation. a classification system is used instead, but this can have a range of £50 for the budget ones (6,000-16000) which isn't ideal. its useful to have some idea even if price have changed by the time you go.