Some recent feedback on Amazon

While we recommend and support good book shops as the obvious place to buy a Blue Guide, we also provide functionality from these pages to order copies for immediate delivery from Amazon.  One of the advantages of this for us is that we can see the excellent rankings and feedback from readers that our titles receive, in itself rewarding for our authors, editors and production team, who put an enormous amount of work into publishing “the best-researched, best presented guide books in the English language”. Here are some recent comments.

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Blue Guide Budapest

Great book!

By T-Bred
Format: Paperback

Perfect for exploring Budapest! Review it in advance of your trip so you will know what you have to see!

Blue Guide Budapest

As erudite, entertaining and multi-layered as the city itself!

By henry copeland
Format: Paperback

Budapest’s unique location in the tidal basin of history means its enriched by the sediment of many cultures. The Blue Guide provides a readable, portable, accurate and entertaining glimpse of this unique place.

Blue Guide Budapest

Blue Guides are the best guides

By froley
Format: Paperback

Blue Guides are the best guides. This version is a magnificent edition with highly detailed information on the city and its sites. You will not be unhappy with its layout, design, or content. It hums. It does have a fault – a serious lack of floor plans for the museums on the Royal Hill and in the city itself. There’s no floor plan for the National Gallery – the National Museum – or the Budapest History Museum. The Royal estate of Empress Elisabeth at Godollo lacks a local map or floor plan, as well. There is no better guide to Budapest for the seasoned traveler than this edition. This is more of a text guide and is not a visual guide with maps or color photos. It is the highest quality information in a handy size for traveling.

Hungarian Wine: A Tasting Trip to the New Old World

Great and informative book

By Miss Fly
Format: Paperback

Bought as a Christmas present and well received by someone who knows their wines. Very informative book.

Hungarian Wine: A Tasting Trip to the New Old World

An inviting introduction into Hungary’s fascinating wine culture

By D. Bolger
Format: Paperback

A fresh look at the new Hungarian wine scene and its fruitful history. The book examines the traditional and new methods of wine production in a way that lay wine drinkers can absorb but also has depth for more educated connoisseurs. A well rounded exploration of the region’s wine, touching on grape advice, food and culture with a warm anecdotal flavour. It’s about time this culture rich and wine rich region was discovered again. An excellent and indispensable guide to Hungarian wine in general and a must for visitors.