I was looking for a guide book covering the Czech Republic for a trip to Zlin (in Moravia) and to Prague. It turned out that there wasn't one, so reluctantly I bought the Lonely Planet Czech and Slovak Republics guide, figuring that half the book would be useless to me. Well, the Czech section actually accounts for two thirds of the book, and the historical and language information is equally relevant to both countries. I found the book interesting, reliable and to the point. Prices, opening hours etc all spot-on. I bought a small book on Prague as well, but to be honest the Prague section of the Lonely Planet book was perfectly adequate, and actually better when it came to recommended places to eat and drink. From now on, Lonely Planet will be my first choice for guide books.