Un des rares guides de voyage sur la Corée du Nord.
Description de l'éditeur :
Bow to the majestic twin statues of the "eternal leaders" in Pyongyang ; hike to the summit of Mount Paektu, the country's tallest and most sacred peak ; stand toe-to-toe with South Korea at the DMZ - the world's most heavily militarised border ; discover the ancient Buddhist temples and dramatic waterfalls of scenic Mount Kumgang ; comprehensive information on visas and cultural etiquette. Long revered as the world's most secretive nation, North Korea offers an undeniably thought-provoking travel experience. Thoroughly encapsulated by the cult of its supreme leaders, this communist state offers more to visitors than the headlines might suggest, home to untouched beaches, volcanic mountain lakes and untrammelled hiking trails. And with the slow winds of change beginning to transform the country, there has never been a more exciting time to visit. Fully revamped for this fourth edition, Bradt's North Korea is the only English-language guide available to this intriguing nation. Packed with historical background and expert practical advice, it is an indispensable companion for prospective visitors and armchair travellers alike.
ISBN/EAN : 9781784770945
Date de publication : 2019
Pagination : 272 pages
Dimensions plié(e) : 13,5 × 21,6 cm
Langue(s) : anglais
Poids : 270 g