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by Ellen Grady,Alta Macadam

Author: Ellen Grady,Alta Macadam
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Blue Guides Limited of London; 1 edition (June 17, 2008)
Pages: 600 pages
Category: Travels
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: mobi azw mbr lit

This new Blue Guide-Central Italy is much more reader friendly than the traditional Blue Guides. The Blue Guides are not those books.

This new Blue Guide-Central Italy is much more reader friendly than the traditional Blue Guides. The print is larger (hurrah for middle-aged eyes!), color pictures are included in the text, and practical information (hotels, restaurants) is expanded. I'm not sure the latter is necessary in these days of ubiquitous internet travel sites, but I guess it's reassuring to some people.

Ellen Grady is the author of Blue Guide Sicily and Blue Guide the Marche and San Marino The Blue Guides are not those books

Ellen Grady is the author of Blue Guide Sicily and Blue Guide the Marche and San Marino. An author and tour guide, she lives in Sicily on the slopes of Mount Etna. Art historian Alta Macadam is a resident of Fiesole, on the hillside above Florence. 8 people found this helpful.

The first Blue Guide to include in the same book two of Italy’s biggest destinations, Rome and Florence, Blue Guide .

The first Blue Guide to include in the same book two of Italy’s biggest destinations, Rome and Florence, Blue Guide Central Italy also explores the bucolic countryside and towns in between them.

Lazio, the region of Italy which includes Rome, is the ancient heartland of the Etruscans, a land which .

Lazio, the region of Italy which includes Rome, is the ancient heartland of the Etruscans, a land which enchanted . Lawrence and which remains well off the beaten track today. Full of fascinating sites and monuments, home to the glorious Tivoli gardens, the Pope's summer residence, the painted tombs of Tarquinia, the Sanctuary of Fortune at Palestrina and the war-scarred monastery of Monte Cassino, not to mention the Eternal City itself and the evocative ruins of its port city of Ostia, Lazio has something for every visitor.

A new Blue Guide completes the series’ unparalleled coverage of Italy, complementing recently revised guides to. .

The Blue Guide to Tuscany is 510 pages long, plus two indexes: the author, Alta Macadam, has apparently combed every city, town and hamlet in Tuscany, traveled every road and lane, wangled her way into every locked church and described its treasures, and surveyed every provincial museum.

Ellen Grady, Alta Macadam. Blue Guides: Complete Cultural Guides - The first Blue Guide to include Rome and Florence in the same book as well as the medieval city states, towns and countryside in between. Full-colour throughout with detailed mapping and diagrams. A strong focus on art, history, architecture and, where relevant, archaeology with Illustrations to inform rather than to decorate. "Often plagiarised by other guide writers, Blue Guides have always been a gold standard for accuracy and depth" Daily Telegraph "Guide books in the grand tradition of thoroughness and.

Ellen Grady; Alta MacAdam. Blue Guides Limited of London. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Blue Guide : Central Italy with Rome and Florence. A new Blue Guide completes the series' unparalleled coverage of Italy, complementing recently revised guides to northern Italy, Sicily, and southern Italy. A guide to central Italy, covering art, history, architecture and archaeology.

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As always, the Blue Guide on Florence holds up to the series' high standards. The guide begins with a historical sketch including an in depth history of the Renaissance. Much welcome information is provided on each famous sight including special tips on ticket purchases.

A new Blue Guide completes the series’ unparalleled coverage of Italy, complementing recently revised guides to northern Italy, Sicily, and southern Italy.

The first Blue Guide to include in the same book two of Italy’s biggest destinations, Rome and Florence, Blue Guide Central Italy also explores the bucolic countryside and towns in between them. Along with the legendary depth of research and up-to-date scholarship that readers have come to expect, this guide features “Blue Guides Recommended” dining and accommodation suggestions.