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New pocket guides from Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet is putting some of the world’s most popular cities in your pocket this month with their all-new, full colour Pocket Guides. Each highlighting a city’s top sights and best local experiences, they are perfect for a quick city break or a business trip. The launch titles in the series for this month include some of Europe and North America’s top city destinations:

Pocket Barcelona, Pocket Berlin, Pocket London, Pocket Los Angeles, Pocket Paris, Pocket Prague, and Pocket San Francisco.

Additional titles will be released in the coming months. The titles focus on fast access to the information travellers need, so they don’t waste any time on their short trip. They include comprehensive coverage of the city’s ‘must-sees’, guides to areas the locals love, so travellers can get to the heart of the city, walking tours and planners, and updated and improved mapping for easier navigation. Lonely Planet Pocket Guides are available now, RRP AU$19.99, NZ$25 or £7.99

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