Guidebooks for Croatia from all the major travel publishers are listed below, including country, specialist and multi-country guides, as well as books for regions and cities within Croatia (where available). Links to Amazon (UK, US and Canadian stores), Waterstones (UK) and selected publisher websites allow you to purchase the guidebooks online at best value with one simple click (individual chapter downloads are also available for selected Lonely Planet titles). Before choosing your title, check our buying guide to see the types of guidebooks available or click on the publisher logos below.
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Guidebooks for Dubrovnik
Our new-style Berlitz Pocket Guides are packed with all the information you need to get the most from your visit. Small in size, but big on content, they cover all the sights and attractions, as well as giving helpful tips on hotels, eating out, shopping, outdoor activities, nightlife and much more. They also feature a wealth of beautiful photographs that capture the essence of the destination. Berlitz Pocket Guides are available for well over 150 destinations worldwide.
Dubrovnik Pocket Guide
Feb 2006 (current ed.)144 pages
Short guidebooks for some of Europe's most fascinating, but sometimes overlooked, cities.
May 2007 (2nd ed.)256 pages
DK Top 10s
Covering over 66 destinations, including Paris, New York, Bangkok and St. Petersburg, Top 10 Travel Guides are the UK’s number one city guide series. Perfect for travellers taking a short trip or weekend break, these pocket-sized guides highlight the very best of every destination with the help of dozens of Top 10 lists. Every new title and edition now comes with a handy pull-out map and guide to help you get straight to the best things to see, do, buy, taste, avoid and much more.
Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast - Top 10
Jun 2014 (current ed.)128 pages
Insight Pocket Guides pioneered a new approach to guidebooks, introducing the concept of authors as "local hosts" who provide readers with personal recommendations for places to see and things to do, just as they would give honest advice to a friend who came to stay. Itineraries are carefully chosen and timed, including full- and half-day options and excursions to cater for all tastes. And to make things really easy, itineraries are cross-referenced to a large fold-out map that folds neatly into the book. The graphic photography brings the destination to life.
Dubrovnik - Pocket Guide
Jan 2010 (current ed.)96 pages