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Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick d Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern – vermeide Roaming im Ausland! - Durchsuche den Text in Sekunden nach beliebigen Stichworten - Mache Notizen und Lesezeichen und erstelle dir ganz einfach einen individuellen Reiseplan E-Book basiert auf: 5. Auflage 2017   Mit dem Lonely Planet Marokko auf eigene Faust durch das Tor Afrikas! Etliche Monate Recherche stecken im Kultreiseführer für Individualreisende. Auf mehr als 550 Seiten geben die Autoren sachkundige Hintergrundinfos zum Reiseland, liefern Infos für die Planung der Reise, beschreiben alle interessanten Sehenswürdigkeiten mit Öffnungszeiten und Preisen und präsentieren ihre persönlichen Entdeckungen. Auch Globetrotter, die abseits der ausgetretenen Touristenpfade unterwegs sein möchten, kommen auf ihre Kosten. Übernachten Sie in einem Zeltlager in der Wüste oder in einem Fremdenzimmer bei Einheimischen. Klettern oder mountainbiken Sie im Atlas-Gebirge, angeln Sie in Gebirgsseen oder machen Sie einen Kochkurs in Marrakesch. Und verlassen Sie nicht das Land ohne die herzhaften merguez-Lammfleischwürste und eine Palette mezze-Vorspeisen probiert zu haben. Für jedes Reiseziel gibt es eine Auswahl an Unterkünften und Restaurants für jeden Geschmack und Geldbeutel. Abgerundet wird der Guide durch Übersichts- und Detailkarten, Themen- Specials, Reiserouten, fundierte Hintergrundinformationen sowie Glossar und einem Sprachführer. Der Lonely-Planet-Reiseführer ist ehrlich, praktisch, witzig geschrieben und liefert inspirierende Eindrücke. Ob Pauschalreisender oder 5-Sterne-Tourist - mit dem Lonely Planet sind Sie garantiert bestens gerüstet.

30 review for Lonely Planet Reiseführer Marokko: mit Downloads aller Karten

  1. 4 out of 5

    Georgia Giannopoulou

    Sometimes I wonder if I should keep buying travel guides in the 20s, but then I come across a guide book like this... It helped me survive Morocco (often without Internet) and plan everything from how to reach the next destination to which dish of a region to try and how to say "thank you" in the Berber language of the Atlas villages. Precious! Thanks to the editors for keeping it up to date; esp. the info on how to reach remote places and the prices for taxis, minibuses, etc, have been very use Sometimes I wonder if I should keep buying travel guides in the 20s, but then I come across a guide book like this... It helped me survive Morocco (often without Internet) and plan everything from how to reach the next destination to which dish of a region to try and how to say "thank you" in the Berber language of the Atlas villages. Precious! Thanks to the editors for keeping it up to date; esp. the info on how to reach remote places and the prices for taxis, minibuses, etc, have been very useful!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

    For a recent trip to Morocco, I bought the 2007 edition of Lonely Planet's MOROCCO guide alongside its major competitor, THE ROUGH GUIDE TO MOROCCO. While Lonely Planet's guide covers the major sights and will be just the thing for casual holiday makers, it unfortunately continues the publisher's trend of abandoning "travel as lifestyle" readers, once Lonely Planet's target demographic. If you intend on slowly working your way through the whole of Morocco, seeking contact with the locals at all c For a recent trip to Morocco, I bought the 2007 edition of Lonely Planet's MOROCCO guide alongside its major competitor, THE ROUGH GUIDE TO MOROCCO. While Lonely Planet's guide covers the major sights and will be just the thing for casual holiday makers, it unfortunately continues the publisher's trend of abandoning "travel as lifestyle" readers, once Lonely Planet's target demographic. If you intend on slowly working your way through the whole of Morocco, seeking contact with the locals at all cost, and traveling cheaply, then Lonely Planet guide is not really worth it. LP seems to assume that the reader is rich: it recommends expensive hotels and suggests that one hire guides. It also doesn't push people to meet ordinary Moroccans. Hammams (Turkish-style baths) are a great way to enter into local custom, but instead of listing ones patronized by the locals, LP often lists expensive spa-type locations. Morocco is also a paradise for hitchhiking, where again one is brought directly into contact with people not in the tourist trade, but LP doesn't pitch it. Comparing the LP to the Rough Guide to Morocco, the Rough Guide comes out on top. Sure, the presence of a few ads in the text, and the fact that the Rough Guide line is published by the faceless corporation Penguin, are annoying. Nonetheless, the Rough Guide caters to all audiences, both the wealthy and shoestring travelers. The Rough Guide also describes Morocco in considerably more detail than the Lonely Planet guide, gives substantial recommendations on music, books, and film from or about Morocco, and even includes a few tales by Moroccan traditional storytellers. Ahough both publishers have put out 2007 editions, the Rough Guide is more up to date than the Lonely Planet. An increasing number of travelers are heading down through Western Sahara to Mauritania and beyond. This route has gotten easier, with transportation now easy available from Dakhla. But Lonely Planet's coverage of this entire area seems to have changed little since the 2005 guide, and the authors still claim you have to provide your own transportation. I found really only two points in favour of purchasing the Lonely Planet guide. One is a large section dedicated to trekking, which the Rough Guide lacks (though here it again assumes that the readers are wealthy). The other is that LP's maps are slightly more detailed for some cities than those in the Rough Guide. All in all, if you are a wealthy traveler looking for a relaxing but exotic vacation, you can ignore all that I've written and buy LP's guide with confidence. If you are an independent traveler planning on trekking, get both the LP and the Rough Guide. But the backpacking and hitchhiking crowd can just get the Rough Guide and pass the LP by.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Mantas

    This book explained things, but there is nothing like experiencing Morocco for itself. It truly is a whole other world!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    I don't intend to go to Morocco, I was curious about it. I read it on Amazon Prime reading for the Kindle on my computer. This is not what I was expecting, but I learned some things. I expected a lot of pictures and more descriptive text. What I read was mostly how-to and fact-based, which is good, if that's what you're looking for. It's packed with information for a serious traveler. If I were going to Morocco, I would probably want this book. I would pair it with an internet search to make sure I don't intend to go to Morocco, I was curious about it. I read it on Amazon Prime reading for the Kindle on my computer. This is not what I was expecting, but I learned some things. I expected a lot of pictures and more descriptive text. What I read was mostly how-to and fact-based, which is good, if that's what you're looking for. It's packed with information for a serious traveler. If I were going to Morocco, I would probably want this book. I would pair it with an internet search to make sure the information was current.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kinjalnayar

    We visited so much of Morocco, that we constantly referred to their book for restaurants recommendations as well as sightseeing references and historical references. Guide books probably don’t count as reading but since I probably read this cover to cover to get through our journey in Morocco, I feel like it totally does. It did a good job of explaining the marketplaces in both Fes and Marrakech - the hidden gems through the blue city and contacts on tour companies which you’ll most likely use whi We visited so much of Morocco, that we constantly referred to their book for restaurants recommendations as well as sightseeing references and historical references. Guide books probably don’t count as reading but since I probably read this cover to cover to get through our journey in Morocco, I feel like it totally does. It did a good job of explaining the marketplaces in both Fes and Marrakech - the hidden gems through the blue city and contacts on tour companies which you’ll most likely use while in Morocco. Great guide book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mustapha

    wow, amazing book, useful for people who looking to visit Morocco, contains tips you have to know before you travel to Morocco. Also, stunning pictures that reflect authentic Morocco & dive deeply into Moroccan cultures & Traditions. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, Check out The Best Morocco Tours & Travel tips at: https://desertdiscoverytours.com/. wow, amazing book, useful for people who looking to visit Morocco, contains tips you have to know before you travel to Morocco. Also, stunning pictures that reflect authentic Morocco & dive deeply into Moroccan cultures & Traditions. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, Check out The Best Morocco Tours & Travel tips at: https://desertdiscoverytours.com/.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tolivar Wills

    I found this book to be very helpful in distinguishing the various regions of Morocco; this includes geographic, climatic, cultural, food, costs, and much more. I can’t wait to visit this mysterious and beautiful region of the world.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    This is the first Lonely Planet book I've read. While I found parts of it helpful, I would have liked more overall information on regions, customs and traditions, the country's geography, etc. This is the first Lonely Planet book I've read. While I found parts of it helpful, I would have liked more overall information on regions, customs and traditions, the country's geography, etc.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Terrific guide to this amazing country. Lonely Planet always delivers better than other guides...there are special little snippets that no one else includes in their write-ups. Read this and go!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marc Leonard

    I've used LP guidebooks exclusively for the past 15 years but sadly their failure to translate to a new medium means I have to find another publisher. This is the second time I've made the mistake of buying one of these guidebooks for Kindle on iPad (the first was the Ireland book) and in both cases I ended up doing all my research online and not using the books. This is a classic example of a content provider failing to recognize that you can't just cram old platform media into new formats. Inf I've used LP guidebooks exclusively for the past 15 years but sadly their failure to translate to a new medium means I have to find another publisher. This is the second time I've made the mistake of buying one of these guidebooks for Kindle on iPad (the first was the Ireland book) and in both cases I ended up doing all my research online and not using the books. This is a classic example of a content provider failing to recognize that you can't just cram old platform media into new formats. Information is not laid out in a way that one can locate what you need... example, the Morocco book isn't broken up by geography in the TOC and to find a town you have to flip through all the pages. Try searching and of course a dozen results come up. Pages are not well formatted for digital reads, navigation is practically non-existant. But the worst and most hilarious failure of translation is the maps. It looks like someone cut up some xeroxed maps into little pieces and pasted them in your iPad. Where one street gets cut off you have to clip through pages to see where it lands, and to zoom in it's like looking at an enhancement on a photocopier. It's far more practical to look up info online than to use this book. BTW the content is fine but if you can't find it, read it, or use it then that doesn't actually matter.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Oceana2602

    I still find the Lonely Planet one of the most reliable guidebooks to travel with. I do check other people's reviews on amazon whenever I buy a travel book, and sometimes I have been convinced that the LP was supposedly not good enough - however, when I bought other guidebooks, there were never quite as good. Sure, oftentimes prives may not be up to date, or people will disagree with restaurant or hotel recs. I never care about these things anyway. What makes the LP valuable to me is the brief, bu I still find the Lonely Planet one of the most reliable guidebooks to travel with. I do check other people's reviews on amazon whenever I buy a travel book, and sometimes I have been convinced that the LP was supposedly not good enough - however, when I bought other guidebooks, there were never quite as good. Sure, oftentimes prives may not be up to date, or people will disagree with restaurant or hotel recs. I never care about these things anyway. What makes the LP valuable to me is the brief, but accurate history of the country it includes, the depth of practical information, and the usually well-structured chapters, each with a selection of highlights at the beginning. Sure, other guides may be prettier, but so far, I've never gone wrong with the LP, and that is true for this edition as well. (even though it does not manage to describe Marakesh in a way that would have prepared me for being there, but I guess that's too much to ask for anyone. And it did tell me to get lost on the souks instead of worrying about getting lost - so lost I got, and had tons of fun while I did.) The real recommendation here, is, of course, for Morocco. No matter which book you use to get there.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Babak Fakhamzadeh

    Got this one as a digital download, where individual PDF files represented the individual chapters of the book. Extremely useful on my iPad, for one as it didn't add to my luggage's weight, but also as it allows for searching through the book's text. Though, because the book is cut up into individual files, it is not possible to do one search on the whole book. On the downside, the digital download didn't come with the first thirty pages or so, which includes the full color map of the country. A Got this one as a digital download, where individual PDF files represented the individual chapters of the book. Extremely useful on my iPad, for one as it didn't add to my luggage's weight, but also as it allows for searching through the book's text. Though, because the book is cut up into individual files, it is not possible to do one search on the whole book. On the downside, the digital download didn't come with the first thirty pages or so, which includes the full color map of the country. Annoying. And though Lonely Planet has started selling iPad optimized guides for their top destinations, how hard is it to start color coding the maps in their digital downloads? On the plus side, the maps in the book are vector based, which means that zooming in is possible and useful. Nevertheless, usefulness of the format aside, this guide also seems to suffer from Lonely Planet's spate of carelessness, not putting too many of the markers on the map where they should be. The touristic highlights are generally easy to find, but the recommended bars and cafes are not so easy to track down on your own, which is where an accurate guide is useful to have.

  13. 4 out of 5

    DeLeon Estanguay

    Spent 18 days in Morocco this winter and covered a lot of ground using only this book. Bus and train time tables were helpful and up-to-date and the historical background for everything was pretty great. The authors are honest when they don't think a particular city is that interesting or nice, which was helpful in scheduling how much time to spend at any one place. Provided a nice range of cheap to fancy accommodations, and while I can't confirm the fancy ones, I agreed with their reviews of al Spent 18 days in Morocco this winter and covered a lot of ground using only this book. Bus and train time tables were helpful and up-to-date and the historical background for everything was pretty great. The authors are honest when they don't think a particular city is that interesting or nice, which was helpful in scheduling how much time to spend at any one place. Provided a nice range of cheap to fancy accommodations, and while I can't confirm the fancy ones, I agreed with their reviews of all of the lower-end places I stayed. Some of the places they list are not on hostelbookers or hostelworld, which was nice when the more well-known places were booked-up. It has a fair bit of trekking information as well, with trail maps and descriptions. I wasn't that impressed with the pull-out map of Marrakesh, which they advertise as a big selling point, because it was just a larger scale map with not much added (also I lost it!). I would also add an extra zero to cab fare estimates to/from anywhere if you're a paleface, even with haggling. Overall a solid, comprehensive guidebook.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brahim Mouhou

    My wife and I took out 1 and a half year old son on this trip and it was amazing. He had fun, the people we met were all so kind and welcoming, and they provided a kids car seat for the long trips. The car rides have plenty of stops to take pictures so he did not get too restless. Also, my wife has a gluten allergy and everywhere we went people understood what that meant and we're accommodating. Our guide was Rashid and he was so fun! Good driver, helpful tour guide, great with our little one! T My wife and I took out 1 and a half year old son on this trip and it was amazing. He had fun, the people we met were all so kind and welcoming, and they provided a kids car seat for the long trips. The car rides have plenty of stops to take pictures so he did not get too restless. Also, my wife has a gluten allergy and everywhere we went people understood what that meant and we're accommodating. Our guide was Rashid and he was so fun! Good driver, helpful tour guide, great with our little one! The only thing I recommend is a longer trip. We did the 2-night option and it was all just very fast. 3 or 4 nights would give more time for rest and recreation. https://www.marrakech-camel-trips.com/

  15. 5 out of 5

    Morocco Explore

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I used this guide book before, i used Lonely Planet guide book and Morocco Explore Tours Company for my Morocco tours and camel trekking in sahara desert. Great Book! I like your amazing information about our contry. Thank you so much for the inspiring Book with gorgeous photos. Explore Morocco with the best Morocco Tours Company. The guide book is realy helpful and has alot of informations . I used this guide book before, i used Lonely Planet guide book and Morocco Explore Tours Company for my Morocco tours and camel trekking in sahara desert. Great Book! I like your amazing information about our contry. Thank you so much for the inspiring Book with gorgeous photos. Explore Morocco with the best Morocco Tours Company. The guide book is realy helpful and has alot of informations .

  16. 5 out of 5

    Christian

    Great read with a lot of practical and cultural information. Enhanced my weeklong 4 cities journey in many memorable ways!! This does not mean you won't get lost in the medinas, even with the detailed maps. Expect some insight in the Moroccain life, some tips on the best places to stop by and when, some walking tours, fun facts and plenty of ancient and current history. The only thing left is to enjoy! Great read with a lot of practical and cultural information. Enhanced my weeklong 4 cities journey in many memorable ways!! This does not mean you won't get lost in the medinas, even with the detailed maps. Expect some insight in the Moroccain life, some tips on the best places to stop by and when, some walking tours, fun facts and plenty of ancient and current history. The only thing left is to enjoy!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rui Valente

    This book went 5 times to Morocco with me, making it my most travelled book :) It has never let me down, and added enourmously to my experience there, as it contains most major sights that I have been to and provided a very much needed cultural and historical background to undestand a sometimes puzzling country. The years have gone by, however, and this particular edition is now obsolete, as I regretfully noticed on my last trip there.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sasha

    This book gives essential information about travelling in Morocco including solo travellers. Reading about possible annoyances and false guides experience helped me to enjoy being in Fes on my own without getting into unpleasant situation. It has curious references to history when describing some certain buildings and mosques. I spent 2 weeks with this book. We made around 4k km around the whole country together and it was safe and pleasant experience.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Beata

    As with practically any Lonely Planet edition, this one is comprehensive and fun to read. I didn't read it cover to cover, only the beginning, end and the parts describing places we're planning to visit, but I wouldn't hesitate recommending it to friends. I especially enjoyed the history and culture sections. As with practically any Lonely Planet edition, this one is comprehensive and fun to read. I didn't read it cover to cover, only the beginning, end and the parts describing places we're planning to visit, but I wouldn't hesitate recommending it to friends. I especially enjoyed the history and culture sections.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Hassan Mouhou

    Did someone used this guide book before.? You should use it, i used Lonely Planet guide book and Morocco Excursions Company (Morocco-Excursion.com) for my Morocco tours and camel trekking in sahara desert. The guide book is realy helpful and has alot of informations . Did someone used this guide book before.? You should use it, i used Lonely Planet guide book and Morocco Excursions Company (Morocco-Excursion.com) for my Morocco tours and camel trekking in sahara desert. The guide book is realy helpful and has alot of informations .

  21. 4 out of 5

    Said Sahlaoui

    Great Book! I like your amazing information about our contry. Thank you so much for the inspiring Book with gorgeous photos. Explore Morocco with the best Morocco Tours Company: Morocco Tours Agency.! Great Book! I like your amazing information about our contry. Thank you so much for the inspiring Book with gorgeous photos. Explore Morocco with the best Morocco Tours Company: Morocco Tours Agency.!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Your very typical Lonely Planet guide. I have the Kindle version, which could be better adapted for electronic use. Especially the maps. Although it was helpful to have on my phone with the Kindle application.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jude

    Found this one pretty helpful on my trip to Morocco this past summer. A word of advice to vegans/vegetarian/kosher eaters who planning on going: bring lots of your own food. It's extremely slim pickins and the animal scene ain't pretty! Well worth the trip however- it's a beautiful place. Found this one pretty helpful on my trip to Morocco this past summer. A word of advice to vegans/vegetarian/kosher eaters who planning on going: bring lots of your own food. It's extremely slim pickins and the animal scene ain't pretty! Well worth the trip however- it's a beautiful place.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Woodman

    I am a fan of the Lonely Planet books--they are more like how I travel, with the exception of the more limited food options than I would include if it were my guidebook--this one is almost 1/2 about the culture and history of Morocco, which was very interesting.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hassan Mouhou

    Great and recommended guide book for Morocco, you can use it during your visit to Morocco for everything, Hotels, Activities and even for a Morocco camel trekking. Great and recommended guide book for Morocco, you can use it during your visit to Morocco for everything, Hotels, Activities and even for a Morocco camel trekking.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sara Alan

    are you looking for Rough guide to Morocco? i have read this book helped me alot supplied me with great information and UnforgettableExcursion.com company made my Morocco tour great and fantastic especially my desert camel trekking was an unforgettable excursion

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Informative book!! this is my favorite book about Morocco because it shows the real history and better information about each sightseeing . Also a short description about the berber life and culture. To learn Morocco about the Berber and nomad life Visit https://berber-planet.com/ Informative book!! this is my favorite book about Morocco because it shows the real history and better information about each sightseeing . Also a short description about the berber life and culture. To learn Morocco about the Berber and nomad life Visit https://berber-planet.com/

  28. 5 out of 5

    Freedom

    Pretty good, I would recommend this to any Moroccan traveler of any budget.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    really helpful on my travels in Morocco

  30. 5 out of 5

    Frank Aaskov

    Very interesting and informative guidebook. Offers great knowledge of Moroccan history and cities. I have yet to test the advice out, but I am now more than ever looking forward to visiting Morocco.

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