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Travel Books

Another question - what is the best travel book for Goa?

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I bought the Rough Guide before our first trip and found it very useful.

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lonely planet for me

Manchester, UK
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Check out your local library and try before you buy.

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I'd go with either Lonely Planet or the Rough Guide. They're different, but equally good, IMHO.

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I have Lonely Planet and Time Out , both are very good, probably Lonely Planet being slightly better.

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I found Rough Guide better than Lonely Planet and footprints.But a handy one to keep in your pocket is Berlitz.

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Lonely Planet or the Rough Guide. I used to work in a library and both were regularly taken out.

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I have both books but I'd check when they were first in print so you can get the most up to date information (but of course that would be on here!!)

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The best book to read about Goa is trip advisor. IMHO

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We use the lonely planet but whichever guide you get buyit on e-bay we gat all our new guides from there and pay about half the price than from a book shop, fast delivery too.

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