The Rough Guide to Italy

The Rough Guide to Italy

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"The Rough Guide to Italy" is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best Italian attractions. You can discover the vibrant Italian regions with the off-the-beaten track information every visitor to Italy needs. You can find up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels in Italy, bars in Italy, restaurants in Italy and shops in Italy to cater for all budgets. Whether you wish to visit the Colosseum in Rome, the thermal spas of Tuscany, the stunning architecture in the heart of Milan or the magnificent canals of Venice; this Rough Guide will ensure you make the most of every moment in Italy.Featuring a comprehensive guide to Italy's gastronomic delights; enjoy the best authentic Italian food with regional food guides on each chapter and a section devoted to Italian wines. Packed with detailed, updated maps, you'll find expert tips to help you make the most of Italy's varied landscape, fantastic hikes and city walks in Italy combined with an authoritative background on Italy's rich cultural history, highlighting Italy's spectacular festival culture. Make the most of your holiday with "The Rough Guide to Italy".
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Product details

  • Paperback | 1088 pages
  • 132 x 198 x 40mm | 774g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 9th edition
  • w. photos (mostly col.) and dual col. maps and plans
  • 1848360312
  • 9781848360310
  • 155,260

About Rob Andrews

Before turning to crime fiction, Robert Andrews published four thrillers that drew from his own experiences as a Green Beret, a CIA operative, and as an aide to senior U.S. senator John Glenn. He is the author of A Murder of Honor, which Publishers Weekly called "a gem of a thriller." Robert Andrews lives in Washington, D.C. Ros Belford has written and contributed to guides to Italy and Rome for many publishers, including Dorling Kindersley, Rough Guides, Time Out, and Cadogan. She has written articles for magazines and newspapers, ranging from National Geographic and Cond Nast Traveler to the Independent and the Sunday Times. She spends as much time as possible in Italy on the island of Salina with her two daughters.

Jules Brown first visited the Lake District when he was nine. He returned regularly throughout his childhood and as an adult. He is the author of The Rough Guide to the Lake District, Pocket Rough Guide Barcelona, and a coauthor of The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget.

Jonathan Buckley was editorial director at Rough Guides, where he wrote several guidebooks, including for Tuscany and Umbria, Florence, and Venice. He has also contributed to The Rough Guide to Classical Music and The Rough Guide to Opera. Buckley published his first novel, The Biography of Thomas Lang, in 1997, and has written several more, including the critically acclaimed Xerxes and The River Is the River.

Martin Dunford is cofounder of the Rough Guides and the author of Rough Guide to Rome, Rough Guide to New York, and Rough Guide Directions Rome. Dunford is also coauthor of the Rough Guides to Belgium and Luxembourg, Brussels, the Netherlands, Italy, and Amsterdam.
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