The Bradt Travel Guide - North Korea
Bradt Travel Guides, 15 nov 2007 - 230 pagine
A new edition of the first travel guide to cover the practical aspects of travelling to and around North Korea, a country which both intrigues and concerns the international community. Everything a genuine traveler needs is here, including red tape and security issues, access from South Korea and Beijing, routes outwards from Pyongyang, and opportunities for excursions into unspoilt countryside. Altogether a fascinating insight into the culture and history of a country that currently exists in virtual isolation from the rest of the world.
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Geography 3 Climate 6 History 7 Economy
People 52 Language 56 Religion 57 Culture 60 Nature
Tour operators 66 Getting there and away 68
Shopping 85 Customs 86 Tourist information
Pyongyang to Kaesong and Panmunjom
North from Pyongyang to Mt Myohyang
Pyongyang to Wonsan
Air Koryo Beijing Bridge Buddhist building built capital centre century Chilbo China Chinese Chollima Chongchun city's communist cultural currency Dandong diplomatic District DPRK DPRK's east economy film flights foreign Gate going guides Haeju Hall Hamhung hills House Hyangsan Hyundai industry International Japan Japanese Juche Kaesong Kim II Sung Kim Jong Koguryo Komdok Korean People's Army Korean War Koryo Hotel Kumgang Kumgangsan Kwangbok Leader Mangyongdae military monument Moranbong mountain Mt Paektu Mt Taesong Munsudong Museum Myohyang Nampo North Korea northern nuclear official organisations Panmunjom park Party Pavilion Peak peninsula political Pothong Province Pyongyang railway rebuilt restaurant revolutionary River road Rock rooms route Sariwon Seoul side Sinuiju Soviet station Street Sung's Taedong Taedonggang Tanchon Tangun Temple Thongil tombs tour tourists Tower town trade vaccine Valley visitors walls Wonsan Yalu