Frommer's Rome

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 29, 2010 - Travel - 288 pages
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  • Insider advice on avoiding the crowds as you explore some of Rome's greatest gems, from the Trevi Fountain to the Vatican. Plus tips for navigating the Eternal City's lovely but less-traveled neighboring towns, like Tivoli and Ostia.
  • Where to find the absolute best gelato, the most extensive wine lists, a sidewalk table nearby, and the finest pasta from Emilia-Romagna--and, of course, how to snag a great hotel room in high season so you can enjoy it all.
  • Insightful commentary on Rome's dazzling array of art and architectural masterpieces, from the Pantheon and Colosseum to the glories of St. Peter's.
  • Opinionated reviews. No bland descriptions and lukewarm recommendations. Our expert writers are passionate about their destinations--they tell it like it is in an engaging and helpful way.
  • Exact prices listed for every establishment and activity--no other guides offer such detailed, candid reviews of hotels and restaurants. We include the very best, but also emphasize moderately priced choices for real people.
  • User-friendly features including star ratings and special icons to point readers to great finds, excellent values, insider tips, best bets for kids, special moments, and overrated experiences. 

 

  

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Right out of college, Darwin Porter wrote the first-ever Frommer’s Complete Guide, and it was devoted to Italy. (Up until then, the title had been designated as one of the Dollar-a-Day guides.) Since then, this devotee of all things Italian has covered "The Peninsula" from its Alpine peaks to its "toe" and has kept abreast of the enormous changes the country has experienced over the years. In 1982, Porter was joined in his journalistic efforts by Danforth Prince, formerly of the Paris bureau of the New York Times. This Italian-speaking disciple of Italy’s art, architecture, history, and cuisine has also been personally experiencing and reporting on the glories of Italy since that time.

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