How many of us have travelled with our trusty Lonely Planet guide book packed securely in our hand luggage?
These wonderful little books have been the starting point for many a travel adventure providing lists of what to see, what to do, where to eat, the big and small attractions of cities and countries.
Now the world’s leading travel guide has published the first in a new series of guidebooks: Lonely Planet‘s “Perfect Weekends” series, Wine Trails.
Detailed itineraries recommend the most interesting wineries and the best places to stay and eat in 52 wine regions near major cities. Wine Trails introduces the secret gems in well-known regions such as Napa and Sonoma, Tuscany, Burgundy and Rioja, and also explores off-the-beaten-path regions in Georgia, Greece and beyond.
Winemakers offer personal insights into what wines to taste and why they’re special and help you to understand a place, its people and their traditions through the wine that is made there.
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Gorgeous photography, maps and in-the-know authors complete the package.