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National Geographic Traveler guides bring you a wealth of information that will help you plot your course so you can have an exciting and authentic experience. In Italy you'll find insider tips, off-the-beaten-path excursions, unique experiences for you to consider, walking tours, recommended sites and activities, and gorgeous color photographs, illustrations, and maps.
Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: National Geographic
Publication Date: 2012
Series: National Geographic Traveler
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"Your best approach is an oblique one," he writes. "Avoid the big-name sights at the outset, and ease yourself gently into the city with a coffee or a stroll around its most intimate squares." He continues with this kind of advice as he travels around the country--north to Lombardy, the Lakes, the Veneto, Tuscany, and Umbria, and then south to Naples, ending up in Sicily--combining intimate guidance with strong and substantive information. Special features include numerous city walks, drives around Lake Maggiore, through Chianti country, and into the heart of Umbria, and discussions of many aspects of Italian culture and contemporary life. An extensive Travelwise section offers a wide selection of author's picks of hotels, inns, and restaurants, as well as details on shopping and all the practical information you need to get around.
The 2012 edition has been completely revised and updated, with new features including experiential sidebars, insider tips, and an overview of how best to plan a visit.