Italy

Italy For expert advice inspirational tips and exciting itineraries Lonely Planet is your essential Italy companion Whether you want to hunt for truffles in Umbria walk ancient roads in Rome or simply ad

  • Title: Italy
  • Author: Damien Simonis Duncan Garwood Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741043037
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • For expert advice, inspirational tips and exciting itineraries, Lonely Planet is your essential Italy companion Whether you want to hunt for truffles in Umbria, walk ancient roads in Rome or simply admire priceless art and architecture, this 9th edition shows you how to unearth the very best experiences.Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of eFor expert advice, inspirational tips and exciting itineraries, Lonely Planet is your essential Italy companion Whether you want to hunt for truffles in Umbria, walk ancient roads in Rome or simply admire priceless art and architecture, this 9th edition shows you how to unearth the very best experiences.Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.In This Guide Full Color architecture, food and activities chapters User friendly glossaries give you a Who s Who of artists, emporers and saints Top Tips on sustainable travel choices and the very best agriturismi farmstays

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    1. I love Lonely Planet guides not only because of the quality information, but also because of the humor and writing style. When the author lets you know that Giordano Bruno's statue in Rome looks like Obi-Wan and at the same time gives you much appreciated advice how to cut the queue at the Colosseum, then you have really stumbled upon a gem of tourist literature!

    2. Great when used in combination with the rough guide. This one was best for planning both the overall trip (lodging, etc.) and day by day for attractions, walks, etc. Rough guide gave more detailed information about each individual site, etc. but was more difficult to use as an overview.

    3. Come al solito ottima guida, ma essendo di uno stato che conosciamo bene (!) permette di coglierne meglio le inesattezze; interessante leggere come ci vedono gli altri. Ad esempio si legge che l'Italia non รจ pericolosa per le donne, ma si consiglia, per non essere importunate, di dire che stanno aspettando il marito. Avverte inoltre di fare attenzione alle mani vaganti nei bus affollati (?!).

    4. Lonely Planet is my go-to for travel guides. When I know I won't have Internet access, I pack an LP for maps and restaurant reservations. Looking forward to testing out what I read in Italy next month.

    5. My advice was be to buy regional or city guides instead. Material in this is so brief to be almost useless.

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