Frommer's Italy Day by Day

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Wiley, Mar 4, 2010 - Travel - 768 pages
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"Frommer's Italy Day by Day" features regional and cityitineraries that will help you maximize your time while touring thecountry's top sights. Tour the fabulous scenery of the AlmalfiCoast, hike the Cinque Terre, drive through Tuscany's vineyards, explore Sicily's best ancient sites, or eat your way through thePiedmont.Our authors, longtime Italy experts, hit all the highlights, from Milan's La Scala to Florence's Duomo to Rome's Colosseum.They've checked out all of the country's best hotels andrestaurants in person, and offer authoritative, candid reviews thatwill help you find the choices that suit your tastes andbudget.You'll also get coverage of shopping and nightlife in the majorcities; detailed full-color maps; 750 full-color photos, a fullchapter on Italy's rich history and culture, information onspecial-interest tours, and advice on planning a successful Italyvacation."Frommer's Italy Day by Day" also includes a colorfold-out map.

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AWESOME! It has best places to visit, best hotels to stay in, best places to eat at, etc. Its been our own personal tour guide of Italy! Caio Read full review

About the author (2010)

Sylvie Hogg (chapters 1, 4, 5, 6, 12, and 13) has been dutifully traipsing the bel paese, in the name of research for American and British travel guides, for the past decade. The Eternal City and all things ancient Roman are her fi rst love, though she also confesses a serious weakness for the natural splendor of the Bay of Naples and the wine of southern Tuscany. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband, Tim. They had their fi rst child, a bambino, in July 2009.

Stephen Brewer (chapters 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, and 16) is an editor and writer who has worked in magazines, books, radio, and corporate communications for almost three decades. He had his fi rst sip of a real cappuccino in Rome in the early 1970s and has been savoring the pleasures of Italy ever since.

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