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North Wales distils the very essence of Welshiness: you'll hear the language on the street, soak up the cultural pride in galleries and museums, and see the Celtic legacy in the landscape, from the North Coast beaches to the burgeoning northeast.
This guide is the result of research by dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Snowdonia & North Wales, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed. This guide includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets - all the essentials to get to the heart of Snowdonia & North Wales.
Lonely Planet's Great Britain guide is researched and written by: David Else, Peter Dragicevich, Belinda Dixon, Joe Bindloss, Neil Wilson, Marc Di Duca, Oliver Berry, Andy Symington, Etain O'Carroll, David Atkinson, Catherine Le Nevez, Fionn Davenport
Posted January 16, 2013
Posted April 12, 2012
For the unbeaten path I did get some good tips but at the same time some reviews seem to be just copied directly from the attractions' own brochure or website. For example, I went to the Yorkshire Museum and it's literally the smallest museum I've ever visited in my life and it costs 5 pounds. I bought the combo ticket for Yorkshire Museum and York Castle Museum thinking they both worth visiting base on the book but again Yorkshire Museum is simply a joke and York Castle Museum is just an average museum for kids, not for adults. I'm really disappointed.
To be fair, its review at other cities like London, Manchester and Leeds are good but York is a big touristy city so how can they get it wrong is a mystery.
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Posted June 15, 2012
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