They aren't particularly helpful but will give you a map of the area and what's there. I couldn't recommend a book as I've never needed to buy one but there are a number of Tourist Information Centres dotted about and they usually have a selection of books available so that would perhaps be the place to start. It was published decades ago and is bound to be out of print but I'd be surprised if you couldn't unearth a second-hand copy on, eg, Amazon.
Proper, well-written explanations of places, monuments and history written by people who really know their area rather than just jobbing travel authors. And, although not just about the north, Jan Morris' 'Wales: epic views of a small country' is a wonderful, very personal picture of the country written by an author who loves it.
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Sorry for my assumption that you were in Copenhagen. I suggested the DK travel book as they are almost universally available. So I agree pop into the local library not just for tge books but plenty of local knowledge from the staff and likewise the Tourist Information Centre nearest to you. If you like hiking there may be a local ramblers group who could be another source of information.
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Re: Book: tourist guide North Wales. Anyone who enjoys great recreational walking as well as global puzzle-solvers will find elements that capture their interest and fire the imagination. This special set also includes EZ Guide to the Great North Walk , a pocket-sized easy reference book to the highlights and facilities available on the walks. Twenty-first century hiking: taking your directions and resources with you electronically.
These bundles of six or seven 1-day or 2-day hikes cover the North including Newcastle and the Hunter Valley wineries; Central including Yarramalong and the Aboriginal Rock Art; and South including Sydney and the beginnings of the historic obelisk trail. The downloadable guides also include tips, access information and notes and photos that together cover the whole Great North Walk hike. These run from north to south except the 2 parts of the spur to the Hunter Valley wineries that run from the Great North Walk to Pokolbin i.
View a sample of this book. Back to: Travel. The ultimate guide to New South Wales' Great North Walk, this set includes two helpful guides for walking and hiking enthusiasts.