TRAVELLERS' GUIDES (JONATHAN CAPE)
Series Note: The London Observer newspaper called the Traveller's Guides series "'well produced, pocketable, authoritative and full of the kind of information you always hoped for." Each book in this series was produced before travel guides were dumbed down and features serious historical information as well as practical material.
Each volume is a handy 12mo. (4.25"x 6.75"/17.5 x 11.5 cm.) hardback with laminated pictorial boards (no dustjacket). Most volumes have 200-350 pages plus B&W photos, maps, and diagrams, as well as an index, bibliography, and glossary. The endpapers feature blue-and-grey maps. Some volumes include a fold-out chart of recommended excursions.
Series arranged alphabetically by title
The Balearics: Majorca, Mincorca, Ibiza and Formentera
The Channel Islands
R. M. Lockley
Corfu and the Other Ionian Islands
John Bowman. Photos: Herbert Spencer
The Cyclades, including Andros, Paros, Naxos, Mykonos and Santorini
Hazel Thurston and Guy Gravett
Derek and Julia Parker
Elba and the Tuscan Archipelago
Jean and Christopher Serpell. With 16 photographs by Alfred Lammer.
Malta and Gozo
Christopher Kininmonth. With 16 photographs by Alfred Lammer.
Rhodes and the Dodecanese
Jean Currie, Cora Pongracz and Janet Landau
Timothy Holme,etc., Bianca Ghirardelli
Hazel Thurston, David Mere and Janet Landau
Yugoslavia: Vol.1: Bosnia-Hercegovina Including the Dalmatian Coast, Slovenia and Croatia
Sylvie Nickels and Cora Pongracz
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