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by Hans Hofer,Dorothy Stannard,Larry Luxner

Download Insight Pocket Guide Puerto Rico (Insight Pocket Guides) eBook
ISBN:
0395710596
Author:
Hans Hofer,Dorothy Stannard,Larry Luxner
Category:
Caribbean
Language:
English
Publisher:
Apa Productions; Book&Map edition (September 1994)
Pages:
95 pages
EPUB book:
1966 kb
FB2 book:
1361 kb
DJVU:
1925 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
653


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Inviting visitors to experience the lesser-known charms of Puerto Rico, a pocket guide uses San Juan as a base and provides itineraries to Old San Juan, El Junke National Forest, the Arecibo Observatory, and the Museo de Arte.
  • Kazijora
Beautiful tour guide of the island of Puerto Rico. I went there as a class spring break trip in college. We used the book to help us prepare for what we would find on the island. The pictures in here are lovely, but you will just want to go there if you buy this book and really you should. I mean, you don't even need a passport to go.
  • Zepavitta
I agree with another reviewer who called it "Coffee Table Travel Guide" (read that).
It has a lot of good pictures and articles in discovery channel style about PR. But finding information in it about restaurants, hotels etc was not easy. They don't cover Vieques and Culebra in detail. I found Fodor's PR book more useful for practical information .
  • Barit
Finished reading my PR guide last night. I truly enjoyed learning more about PR's history and culture. One thing I particularly loved about this 'guide' were the beautiful color photos that you won't find in most other books on PR. This guide is not something that can help you plan out the details of your trip, but it is a nice base to determine specific areas you'd like to see during your visit. We'll be using our Fodor's guide to pick out restaurants and other activities. 16 more days to go...
  • Beabandis
Having looked at several guidebooks to Puerto Rico, this one is superior. Up-to-date information and nice photos.
  • Lahorns Gods
When I bought this book, I also bought a couple of other travel books on Puerto Rico. This book was our favorite. It was very different than the others...different types of details and information on the area. Good pictures too.
  • Frdi
i just love this book, it tell you all about the island it's history,
the people, and the food. you can even learn how to speak spanish, there's
a section in back of the book that teaches you even how to order food in
spanish.
  • Zuser
Known for their numerous photographs, researched facts, and great coverage of historical and cultural items, the "Insight Guides" series has covered almost every nation on earth with wonderfully. Their "Insight Guide to Puerto Rico" was especially much more fascinating to me since they covered a lot of things and places I did not know about my homeland.
Beautifully binded, full of colorful photographs and drawings, and informative, this guide allowed me to explore more towns, sites, and places that are usually off the beaten track for a normal tourist. Their coverage of Puerto Rico's satellite islands: Vieques, Culebra, and Mona, was very interesting, and I was happy to see Mona in photographs, because it is rarely captured in photographs.
The chapters on Old San Juan, Ponce, and the Karst Country were also all informative and refreshing, making my trip much more entertaining. From the island's plethora of important rum distilleries (world's biggest producer of rum) to a brief discussion on local dialect, the editorial staff at "Insight Guides" did an excellent job of representing this beautiful Caribbean island in all its' splendor.
If you are looking for the best travel guides to Puerto Rico, this book and "Lonely Planet's Guide to Puerto Rico" are the two best travel books to this island. Don't forget to pick them up before your next visit to the island.
Known for their numerous photographs, researched facts, and great coverage of historical and cultural items, the "Insight Guides" series has covered almost every nation on earth with wonderfully. Their "Insight Guide to Puerto Rico" was especially much more fascinating to me since they covered a lot of things and places I did not know about my homeland.
Beautifully binded, full of colorful photographs and drawings, and informative, this guide allowed me to explore more towns, sites, and places that are usually off the beaten track for a normal tourist. Their coverage of Puerto Rico's satellite islands: Vieques, Culebra, and Mona, was very interesting, and I was happy to see Mona in photographs, because it is rarely captured in photographs.
The chapters on Old San Juan, Ponce, and the Karst Country were also all informative and refreshing, making my trip much more entertaining. From the island's plethora of important rum distilleries (world's biggest producer of rum) to a brief discussion on local dialect, the editorial staff at "Insight Guides" did an excellent job of representing this beautiful Caribbean island in all its' splendor.
If you are looking for the best travel guides to Puerto Rico, this book and "Lonely Planet's Guide to Puerto Rico" are the two best travel books to this island. Don't forget to pick them up before your next visit to the island.