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Lonely Planet Naples Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast Guide Review
Emperors writers composers Naples Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast have seduced them all Volcanic and irrepressibly vivacious this jumble of palaces ruins and coastal perfection will hook you too Christian Bonetto Lonely Planet Reprinted from Lonely Planet Naples Pompeiiand the Amalfi Coast Pages 288 pages Dimensions 5 x 07 x 78 inches Weight 85 ounces Maps The maps in the Lonely Planet books are the best I have found in any guidebooks There are...
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Lonely Planet - Rome, Italy - Guide Book Review
Ever since Grand Tourists invaded in the 18th century Rome has been a major tourist attraction Every year millions of visitors pour into town lured by a reputation that modern advertisers would be pushed to improve The citys main gateway is Leonardo Da Vinci Airport aka Fiumicino although if you are flying with a lowcost European airline youll probably land at Ciampino Both are well connected with the city centre Once in town you will find the centre...
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Lonely Planet Tuscany and Umbria, Italy Guide Book Review
If you get it right traveling in Tuscany and Umbria is one of those rare experiences in life like a perfect spring day or the power of first love that cannot be overrated Despite incessant praise the bellezza beauty of this region continues to defy description for Tuscany and Umbria it seems really do have it all extraordinary art and architecture colorful festivals a seasondriven cuisine emulated the world over and a neverending landscape of...
Lonely Planet Tuscany and Umbria, Italy - Guide Book Review
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Lonely Planet Sicily, Italy - Guide Book Review
Palermo is a city thats quite apart from the rest of Sicilys urban spaces Though its on the traditional end of the scale it carries with it a sense of unpredictability and adventure its streets are jampacked with traffic its markets are a hive of hollers smells and countless gastronomic offerings the winding palazzo strewn streets of the old quarter contrast with the wide boulevards and glam shops of the new town Its a European city with a chaotic...
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Lonely Planet Italy - Guide Book Review
You could keep visiting Italy for the rest of your life and still not exhaust all it has to offer Its a treasure chest of art a living tableau of human history a culinary delight and a natural wonder with everything from craggy mountains and glistening glaciers to sparkling seas and golden beaches Reprinted from Lonely Planet Italy Pages 968 pages Dimensions 77 x 5 x 15 inches Weight22 pounds Maps The maps in the Lonely Planet books are the...
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