Travel & Leisure
Encyclopedic in scope, it's meant to be used before, during, and after your stay.
U.S. News & World Report
Both novice and experienced travelers will be captivated.
New York Times
Each book is a visual as well as informational feast about a particular place.
The best travel guides ever.
US News & World Report
For comprehensive advice that is attractively presented, publisher Dorling Kindersley's guides for serious travelers are tough to beat.
Dallas Morning News
Hats off to DK for the Eyewitness Travel Guides...[they] raise the bar for all others.
The most graphically exciting and visually pleasing series on the market.
New York Times Syndicate
Eyewitness Travel Guides are marvels of writing, color photography and illustration. What makes these so special is their thoroughness.
Contra Costa Times
This is a guidebook series that always seems to inspire smiles...You feel, looking at them, as if you could close the book and step into the street.
Want to know where to get a great espresso on your way to the Uffizi? Or how much to tip a hotel maid in New York City? Try these travel guides, each an intricate trove of 3-D aerial views, landmark floor plans, color photos and essential eating, shopping and entertainment info. With titles covering Paris, Prague, and London, these pocket-sized guides are like a Michelangelo fresco: deliriously rich in detail.
North American Press Syndication
Eyewitness Travel Guides, considered to be the world's best travel resource to over 30 destinations around the world, make it easier to plan a splendid vacation.
New York Daily News
Each new Eyewitness Guide adds more of the world to this wonderfully visual series.... What sets these guides apart from others is their striking, three-dimensional cutaways of key sites.
From the Publisher
"Known… for its four-color maps, photos and illustrations, the [DK] Eyewitness Guides are extremely user-friendly for travelers who want their information delivered in a concise, visual way." – Chicago Tribune
"The best option… Color photos, maps, and diagrams bring the place to life." – The Philadelphia Inquirer