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Lonely Planet Italy (Lonely Planet Italy)

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Publisher Comments:

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 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)

Synopsis:

Lonely Planet's most successful European guide takes readers beyond the usual cities into the heart of the Italian countryside. This book features seven inspiring new itineraries with more focus on responsible travel, farm stays, local markets, and slow food restaurants.

Synopsis:

Discover Italy

Ski off-piste, trek the Dolomites or shoot the rapids on the river Lao

Heed the command 'tutti a tavola!' and begin an epic journey around the Italian table

Thumb the latest fumetti or debate Fellini's finer points after you've read our Culture chapter

Compare classical columns with state-of-the-art structures from international architects

In This Guide:

Language, cookery and wine courses - you name it, our authors have checked it out

Book in and bed down at the best-value accommodation

Visit lonelyplanet.com for reviews, updates and traveler suggestions

Product Details

ISBN:
9781741043112
Author:
Simonis, Damien
Publisher:
Lonely Planet
Author:
Bonetto, Cristian
Author:
Maxwell, Virginia
Author:
"Damien Simonis, et al."
Author:
Leviton, Alex
Author:
Clark, Gregor
Author:
Garwood, Duncan
Author:
Quintero, Josephine
Author:
Hole, Abigail
Author:
Bing, Alison
Author:
Sainsbury, Brendan
Subject:
Europe - Italy
Subject:
Italy
Copyright:
Edition Number:
8
Series:
Lonely Planet Italy
Publication Date:
20080201
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
926
Dimensions:
197 x 128 mm

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Product details 926 pages Lonely Planet Publications - English 9781741043112 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Lonely Planet's most successful European guide takes readers beyond the usual cities into the heart of the Italian countryside. This book features seven inspiring new itineraries with more focus on responsible travel, farm stays, local markets, and slow food restaurants.
"Synopsis" by , Discover Italy

Ski off-piste, trek the Dolomites or shoot the rapids on the river Lao

Heed the command 'tutti a tavola!' and begin an epic journey around the Italian table

Thumb the latest fumetti or debate Fellini's finer points after you've read our Culture chapter

Compare classical columns with state-of-the-art structures from international architects

In This Guide:

Language, cookery and wine courses - you name it, our authors have checked it out

Book in and bed down at the best-value accommodation

Visit lonelyplanet.com for reviews, updates and traveler suggestions

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