Practical and logistical information for the independent traveller on a mid range budget. Includes good information on the culture and history of the country. Although the hardback format makes the it heavier, it also makes this guide more durable.
Choosing 20 of the most visited destinations in Morocco, this guide lists the best places to stay, what to eat and what to see. Strong on local knowledge and trendy recommendations for the mid-range traveller.
With the usual Lonely Planet orientation towards low-budget travel this guide has a good section on trekking in the Atlas Mountains but has a fairly limited amount of information on history and culture.
A time-saving and colourful guide to the city for the traveller on any budget. Lists the top ten of everything you can imagine, from the best budget places to stay, to the best spas, sights and souks.Comes with a handy pull-out map.
A pocket-sized guide to the city with highlights, information about the neighbourhoods and snapshots on food, culture and religion. Handy and reliable, but it is light on detail and the pull out map leaves a lot to be desired.
As with any Time Out publication, this is a fun guide for a short break. The clear and concise entries will tell you what's going on and where, what to eat and where to shop. A great insight into contemporary Marrakesh. Also includes Essaouira and the High Atlas.
A handy walking guide to the Atlas Mountains. The introduction gives geographical, environmental and practical information and the rest of the book is divided by region with notes on access, provision, bases and a suggested circular route for each area.
Larger guide, so less good for sneaking in your pocket, but does include more details than some on the culture, art and architecture of Tunisia. Beautiful photographs and bird's eye graphic images bring this guide alive.
A pocket-sized guide to the area with an introduction to the history, a section on each region and information on accommodation and food at the back. A somewhat slim guide for the traveller on any budget.
A practical guide for a budget traveller, this American equivalent to a Rough guide has detailed itineraries and decent maps of the main cities and tourist sites including the The Sinai, the Red Sea and Nile cruises.
A really useful guide for the flying visit which will give you a handy short cut to the absolute best bits and let you know what to avoid. Includes top tens for everything you can imagine from the best hotels for every budget and cruises to the best films set in Egypt.
A pocket companion to the ancient city, still the largest in the Mediterranean. Written by a resident Egyptologist and archaeologist, it is profoundly knowledgeable on the art, architecture and history of the city.