Rick Steves' Italy

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Avalon Travel Publishing, 2006 - Travel - 778 pages
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Who but Rick Steves can tell travelers the best way to see Rome, Venice, Florence, the hill towns of central Italy, the Dolomites, and the Amalfi Coast? With "Rick Steves' Italy 2007, " travelers can experience the best of everything Italy has to offer -- economically and hassle-free. Completely revised and updated, "Rick Steves' Italy 2007" includes opinionated coverage of both famous and lesser-known sights; friendly places to eat and sleep; suggested day plans; walking tours and trip itineraries; clear instructions for smooth travel anywhere by car, train, or foot; and Rick's newest "back door" discoveries. America's number one authority on travel to Europe, Rick's time-tested recommendations for safe and enjoyable travel in Europe have been used by millions of Americans in search of their own unique European travel experience.

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Review: Rick Steves' Italy 2014

User Review  - Jim Blessing - Goodreads

After skimming through this well-written tour guide to Italy, I am of the opinion, that the best way to visit Italy is by cruise ship. Stops in Rome, Venice, Florence and Tuscany would be great. Read full review

Review: Rick Steves' Italy 2014

User Review  - Abhinav Arora - Goodreads

It is probably the best book out there if you need to visit Italy. Unlike other guide books, which are primarily factual, Rick's books seem like a collection anecdotes which he has collected in so ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Rick Steves is on a mission: to help make European travel accessible and meaningful for Americans. Rick has spent 100 days every year since 1973 exploring Europe. He's researched and written 24 travel guidebooks and hosts the public television series "Rick Steves' Europe," now in its seventh season. He also organizes and leads tours of Europe and offers an information-packed website (www.ricksteves.com). Rick lives in Edmonds, WA, just north of Seattle, with his family.

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