Being an American publication this ensures good local knowledge for this Rough Guide style practical guide. Split fairly evenly between Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire, it also includes pull-out road maps of Northern New England and the National Parks.
A practical, American guide similar to the Rough Guide series which in updated annually. Includes 20 pages on Mardi Gras and the Jazz Festival and a section on excursions to Plantation Country and Cajun Country.
Colourful general guide more concerned with comfort than budget travel, this dense compendium of practical information is laced with thoughtful appraisals of sights, restaurants, hotels and so on. Despite its position in the title, Florence gets scarecly more coverage than other local cities such as Siena.
An American practical guide much like the Rough Guide series which is updated annually. Contains good local knowledge and practical advice for the traveller on a budget and approximately 100 pages on the skiing resorts in Vail and Aspen. The lack of photographs does make it less of a joy to read.
A decent pocket guide aimed at those looking to explore beyond their pre-booked accommodation, this slender volume offers a brief introduction to the country and breaks down its most popular sights and activities.
A beautifully-presented guide with breath-taking photographs, where practical information sits alongside literary extracts and detailed cultural and historical information. As much a delightful read as a guidebook.
The most detailed of the practical guides this is also strong on local knowledge being an American publication. Similar in style to the Rough Guide series, it includes approximately 100 pages on Orlando and Walt Disney World and a pullout map of Florida, Miami and Orlando.
An American publication, updated annually and a good choice for the budget traveller. Similar to the Rough Guide in look and feel, it includes a pullout map, listings for hotels and restaurants and plenty of local knowledge.