There are a lot of options when travelling to suit everyone from student backpackers to those with a less stringent budget. In a foreign city it can be pretty hard to know where to stay, what to eat, who to talk to and so on and so forth. For many, their travel guide becomes their bible that they carry with them day and night. So here are some useful up to the minute options we’ve just got in to suit every different travellers needs:
We’ve just received this new range by trusty Lonely Planet; The Lonely Planet Discover range is for those on a modest to large budget. There are no hostels in sight but you can expect the option for a slice of luxury. These guides are really enjoyable to look at, more pictorial than other ranges everything is colour coded for easy reading. For each region or section of the guides there’s suggested itineraries for stays from three days to a week. Lonely Planet themselves suggest these highlight focussed guides are ideal for shorter trips. Prices start at $45.
The Let’s Go Student Travel Guides are a must for anyone travelling on a budget. Lightweight and functional these guides offer you a wealth of information. Written by students, for students they’re up to their 32nd editions and still going strong. There are suggested itineraries, lots of accomodation and food options and even a nightlife subtitle in each section. This is budget conscious, fun infused travel, and they’re updated every year. Doesn’t get much more relevant than that. Priced from $30.