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Tour ItalyThe Rough Guide to Italy (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.) Tour Italy. Visitors flock to Italy for its culture, culinary pleasures and awe-inspiring sights. Tuscany alone has more classified historical monuments than any country in the world and Italy as a whole has the world's greatest concentration of art treasures. The Rough Guide's 41 Things not to Miss introduce the authors' highlights through stunning full-colour photos cross-referenced to the main section of the guide. The Basics' section covers all the pre-departure nitty-gritty to help you plan your trip and the Guide', the heart of the book, divided into user-friendly chapters gives accounts of towns, sights and reviews of places to eat, drink and stay all pinpointed on accompanying maps and street plans. There is detailed background on Italy's history, art, architecture and a thorough further reading section with reviews of dozens of books relating to the country.

The Most Beautiful Villages of TuscanyThe Most Beautiful Villages of Tuscany (The Most Beautiful Villages) Tour Italy. The elegance of Tuscany's cities is visible in the smaller villages focused upon in this book. It looks at 37 villages and small towns, including Pienza, Settignano and San Gimignano. The descriptions are accompanied by photographs which capture the charms of the architecture, the landscape and the people. The book includes a visitor's guide to restaurants, hotels and places of interest to be found in this region of Italy.

Discover elegant inns near the Spanish Steps of Rome and the quaint pensions that line the canals of Venice. Stay at a villa on the Amalfi Coast, a fashionable boutique hotel in Milan or a charming Tuscan inn.

Walking in ItalyWalking in Italy (Lonely Planet Walking Guides S.) Walk Italy. This is a guide to walks throughout the whole of Italy, this book has a map for every walk, regional maps for planning and a country map in full colour. Covers classics such as the Grande Escursione Appenninica and Grand Traversata delle Alpi.

Naples in the Shadow of VesuviusIn the Shadow of Vesuvius: A Cultural History of Naples Tour Italy. Naples is the definitive history of the city in English. Naples finds its origins in Homer's tale of Ulysses and the sirens. The city has long attracted visitors and foreign rulers, enticed not only by the its commercial possibilities but also by the stunning beauty of its natural setting on the eponymous bay and the many cultural delights on offer, from the ruins of Pompeii to glittering performances at the San Carlo opera house. Naples was ruled by the French, Spanish, Hungarians and Austrians before becoming part of unified Italy in 1860. From the time of the Grand Tour, the city has attracted travellers, from Goethe to Nelson to Dickens to Neruda, all eager to experience its legendary and seductive charms. Jordan Lancaster's sparkling guide will serve as an ideal companion for visitors and as a valuable cultural resource for all those who seek to expand their knowledge of the city or proudly trace their roots to Naples.

The Families Who Made RomeThe Families Who Made Rome: A History and a Guide Tour Italy. How often does a visitor to Rome drift towards some landmark, the palazzo Barberini, say, or piazza Colonna, and wonder who created it? Why? What was their story? This fascinating book provides the answer. At once a history and a guide, sumptuous and authoritative, it divides Rome into the districts dominated by the noble clans who in turn became fabulously rich when one of their members was made Pope: the Cenci, Colonna, della Rovere, Farnese, Borghese, Barberini and others. In each case Anthony Majanlahti tells the family story, powerful, bloody and vivid, with all the scandals and intrigues and scrabbling for power, the building of palazzi and piazza and churches, as well as relationships with artists like Bernini and Michelangelo. An itinerary with maps and engravings allows readers to walk round the area, with a detailed guide to buildings, streets, gardens and special features.

The Basilica of San Francesco in AssisiThe Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi: A Complete Guide to the Upper and Lower Churches (Bonechi Travel Guides) A pocket guide to the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi, exploring the churches now restored to their former glory after the ravages of the earthquake that all but destroyed them and the extraordinary art that they contained. The guidebook helps plan a visit to the churches in a series of itineraries designed to ensure that nothing is missed. It highlights the spiritual life of St Francis in parallel to that of Christ, as well as providing a precise interpretation of the masterpieces in the two churches, which are of such fundamental importance to the birth of all mediaeval art in the West. Tour Italy.

Francescos ItalyFrancesco's Italy This book presents a journey through Italian culture, past and present. Following his enormously successful TV series and book, "Venice", Francesco da Mosto extends his exploration, this time taking in the whole country. He celebrates the art and beauty of Italy - its cathedrals, churches, palaces, opera houses, paintings, sculpture and music. It is a story of the Italy we all know and love, enhanced by the secret side of the country that only an insider can tell us. Francesco reveals the full glories of Renaissance Italy and the country's astonishing cultural diversity, which was only recently unified under one flag. The accompanying book, following the same format and style of its predecessor, and illustrated with John Parker's stunning photographs, provides a detailed description of Francesco's cultural and artistic journey through Italy. Born into an old and distinguished family, with a Venetian father and a Sicilian mother, what better guide could there be than one who knows and loves this magnificent country? Tour Italy.

Gardens of ItalyGardens of Italy Tour Italy. This inspirational book is a lavishly illustrated survey of more than sixty major gardens in every part of Italy, from the lakes north of Milan down to Ravello in the south. They include the Villa Balbianello, Isola Bella, Giardini Giusti, Villa Medici, Villa Gamberaia, La Mortella, Villa Lante, Villa d'Este, Giardini di Ninfa, plus some important modern gardens. All the gardens featured are open to the public. It is an inspirational survey of old and new Italian gardens and a practical travel guide which features beautiful, specially-commissioned photographs of Italy's best-loved gardens.

The Frescoes of the Sistine ChapelMichelangelo: The Frescoes of the Sistine Chapel Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, the great glory of Vatican art and one of the most treasured masterpieces of Western painting, provide a visual feast for art lovers in this magnificent, affordable new book. Presenting a complete survey of the restored Sistine Chapel frescoes from Creation scenes to The Last Judgment. The stunning photographs, previously published by Abrams in two separate volumes, show brilliant details as well as large, overall views. There is no other one-volume work on the Sistine Chapel offering such a clear, concise introduction to this perennially popular subject. Tour Italy.

Italy Tour GuideItaly (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Tour Italy. Your holiday starts here! From artistic masterpieces to picturesque hill towns, explore Italy's finest with this essential guide. Using the unique cutaway maps and 3D models explore Roman ruins and the splendour of Renaissance art. With recommendations on which wine goes best with the risi e bisi or the maccheroni con le sarde, you will be living la dolce vita just like the locals.

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