Fodor's

Fodor's Travel Guide Books

When you're traveling, it is always advisable to have a guidebook by your side. That is the easiest way to find accommodations, food recommendations, and of course places to see! One of the best travel guide books is by Fodor's. I have always used Fodor's books when traveling, because they have such extensive coverage.

Travel Guidebook Review: Fodor's Chile, Easter Island & Patagonia

Fodor's Chile: including Easter Island and Argentine Patagonia

 

The title page says it all: Fodor's Chile: Where to Stay and Eat for All Budgets, Must-see Sights and Local Secrets, Ratings you Can Trust.

I love Fodor's travel guide books. They are well-organized and are actually fun to read. Let's explore Fodor's Chile: including Easter Island and Argentine Patagonia...

Book Review: Savannah with Hilton Head and the Low Country

Fodor’s In Focus
Savannah with Hilton Head and the Low Country

Book Review: Fodor's See it Spain: The Practical Illustrated Guide

Fodor's See it Spain: The Practical Illustrated Guide, 3rd Edition - the Colorful Guide that Brings Spain to Life.

Travel Guide Book Review: Fodor's Michigan

Fodor's Compass American Guides - Michigan

Written by Dixie Franklin with Bill Semion and Dan Stivers
Photography by Dan Cox
 

Travel Guide Book Review: Fodor's Central America

Fodor's Central America, 3rd Edition, 2008.

Travel Guide Book Review: Fodor's Belize 2009

Fodor's Belize, 3rd Edition, 2009
 

Book Review of the Week: Fodor's Moscow & St. Petersburg

Did you know that there are over 100 languages spoken in Russia? It is such a fascinating place - full of history, beauty, and rich culture.  I recently had the opportunity to read Fodor's new edition (8th) of their travel guide book, Moscow and St.

Book Review of the Week: Fodor's Japan, 18th Edition

As anyone who has been to Japan can attest, the country is packed full of great things to see, interesting history, and fascinating people. I've lived in Japan twice, and think I could live there the rest of my life and still not experience everything I want to. 

Luckily, we live in the age of information - websites galore, as well as travel guides researched by people in the know.  I've recently read a fantastic guidebook of Japan, and wanted to share it with our Wandering Educators.