The Rough Guide to Belgium & Luxembourg Paperback – 1 Jun 2011
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Martin Dunford is Rough Guides' Publishing Director and author of guides to Rome, Italy, Amsterdam and New York, among others.
Phil Lee started working for the Rough Guides in the 1980s and is author of many Rough Guides including Norway, Canada, Mallorca and Menorca.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. See all Product Description
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As to its usefulness as a guidebook, I would give it five stars. As usual with Rough Guides, it has everything I need in a general guidebook, although for art and architecture I also like to have the Blue Guide if available. I find Rough Guides match my requirements better than Lonely Planets, but that must be largely a matter of what information you want and how easy you find the books to use.
Main problem with it that I found was that it failed to mention the city train routes (So in another words, it will point out the main sites in a city but no clear indication of how to get there something that rough guide books generally do (I have a rough guide to Turkey that does tell you which bus stop/train to take to get from one tourist site to the other))
A positive like all rough guide books is that it is sensitive to the country it covers and gives you all the info you really need to have an enjoyable holiday visiting the main cultural sites. It has the usual history language guide etc.
Recommended, however not as good as some of the other rough guide books.
All in all - recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bit vague in places, could have done with a bit more detail. Some surprising omissions re WWi sites etc.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
My sister's lived in Brussels for about 15 years so I've visited quite a bit but went there on holiday recently with this guide book, and to a few other parts of Belgium and it... Read morePublished on 24 Aug. 2011 by Bransby
This is standard Rough Guide fare, with all the features you would expect; basic information, followed by a place-by-place guide to things to see and do, plus accommodation, food... Read morePublished on 6 April 2009 by BookWorm