Colouring has been proven to improve mindfulness and promote relaxation so colour the world''s 100 greatest places, as voted by travel experts at Lonely Planet, the world''s leading travel publisher. There are 100 line drawings for you to colour in, and at the back of the book, there are descriptions of each place so you can find out a little more about the most astounding places on earth. This book is guaranteed to exercise your creativity, focus your mind and inspire your inner traveller.
This is Lonely Planet''s bucket list. These are the places we think you should experience. It''s the most thrilling, memorable, downright interesting places on this planet - and what''s more, we''ve ranked them in order of their brilliance.
How? With a longlist of thousands, which was whittled down to a shortlist, which was then voted on by everybody in the Lonely Planet community. With a little mathematical alchemy, we ended up with a definitive ranking. (For the full list of the 500 best sights in the world, check out our Ultimate Travel List.) This colouring book has sights that will humble you, amaze you and surprise you.
And in these pages, these places are yours to re-imagine however you desire. Let your creativity guide you. Be playful; be inventive.
Allow your mind to wander. Allow it to empty itself entirely. Above all else, be inspired by the extraordinary places our planet has to offer.
Includes the following destinations: * Temples of Angkor * Great Barrier Reef * Machu Picchu * Great Wall of China * Taj Mahal * Grand Canyon National Park * Colosseum * IguazA * Falls * Alhambra * Aya Sofya * Fez Medina * Twelve Apostles * Petra * Tikal * British Museum * Sagrada Familia * Fiordland National Park * Santorini * Galapagos Islands * Museum of Old and New Art * Yosemite National Park * Dubrovnik Old City Walls * Salar de Uyuni * Bagan * Pyramids of Giza * Piazza San Marco * Victoria Falls * Acropolis * Chateau De Versailles * Djemaa El-Fna * Hanoi Old Quarter * Cradle Mountain * Uluru * Charles Bridge * Abel Tasman National Park * Lake District National Park * The Louvre * Torres del Paine * Lake Baikal * Eiffel Tower * Pompeii * Habana Vieja * Table Mountain * Prague''s Old Town Square * Serengeti National Park * Hermitage * Bay of Kotor * Jaisalmer * Ngorongoro Crater * Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park * Pantheon * Tate Modern * Naqsh-e Jahan * Tiger Leaping Gorge * Notre Dame * Kakadu National Park * Sydney Opera House * Edinburgh Castle * Anne Frank Huis * JA kulsA!rlA^3n * Hoi An Old Town * Monument Valley * St Peter''s Basilica * Dome of the Rock * Red Square * Forbidden City * The Uffizi * Everest Base Camp * Shwedagon Paya * Pyramids of TeotihuacA!n * Blue Lagoon * Lake Wanaka * Abu Simbel * CimetiAre Du PAre Lachaise * Big Sur * Matterhorn * Gamla Stan * Okavango Delta.
|Publisher||Lonely Planet Publications Ltd|
|Series||Lonely Planet World Travel Guides|
|Item weight||0.61 Kg|
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