Fascination travel guide – why a “tree savings contract” is not an alternative in this case
Do you remember the incomparable feeling that a travel atlas once created on its way to Austria or Hungary on its way to a family holiday when it was opened in your lap? Do you still feel the paper feel of the rough surface that nestles at your fingertips? Or do you belong to the generation that has always wanted to get behind the secret of why an atlas does not necessarily have to include the mountain routes of Morocco? What long ago was an indispensable aid to finding a destination is now, in a different form, the fascination of travel guides. We long for concentrated country knowledge – structured with insider tips, country-specific recipes for cooking and images that promise us paradise beyond the Caribbean. For a moment we don’t give a damn about ecotourism and wish trees were bamboo – hastily growing back, in order to be able to savour the uplifting feeling of holding a real travel book in our hands for a little longer. Celebrate anticipation, plan already in the lunch break, carry country love in paper with you and rely on travel information from experts!
Countries and regions – encyclopedias in condensed form – where knowledge, overview and beauty melt together
Admittedly, those who visit their destination for the very first time will be taken by surprise by a host of exciting cities, natural wonders, cultural assets and activities. The west coast of the USA can get confusing. Travel guides will help you to grasp your destination more quickly and guide you to the highlights with top lists. Especially compact are PocketGuides, which unfold their full power of knowledge in the smallest bag. Ideal for navigating through sights during city breaks. Gain authentic insights into the best restaurants in the area, shopping recommendations and photo tips that inform you about extraordinary perspectives and the perfect time to “shoot”. Learn the secrets of wreck diving off Malta and Gozo. Get involved in unknown places that have been spared from mass tourism so far and gain an overview of specific holiday forms such as family holidays or holiday regions such as the Baltic Sea and the Black Forest. By the way, a travel guide is also a faithful companion when the mobile data gets off again, W-Lan is far away or the smartphone battery has been sucked away by the photo orgy.
Enjoy holidays with all your senses – travel highlights for eyes and palate
You don’t feel like reading through texts and would rather be inspired by breathtaking pictures? Then high-quality illustrated books are indispensable beauties on your bookshelf. Dream of the fabulous face of the Scottish Highlands as you leaf through them and let your mind wander in the eternal vastness of Canada’s wilderness. If the culture and history of a destination don’t give you enough authenticity, a travel cookbook brings variety to your table. Cook typical dishes and reminisce about wonderful destinations and compete with the traditional paella from Spain at the Iberian restaurant around the corner. The promising cuisine of Israel promises you a desire for more ? Us too!