Southern Italy

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Lonely Planet Publications, 2012 - Travel - 287 pages
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Southern Italy is the country at its most intense and most beautiful - a seductive blend of classical ruins, dramatic coastlines and culinary highs, shimmering in the golden Mediterranean sun. A brand new Lonely Planet title! Featuring extensive coverage from cosmopolitan Naples to rural Calabria Bascilicata, the Southern Italy guide includes an informative and inspiring illustrated section on the ruins of Pompeii.

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About the author (2012)

Much to the chagrin of his northern Italian relatives, Cristian's loyalties lie with Naples. Such affection seems only natural for a writer of farce and soap with a penchant for running red lights. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Cristian makes regular trips to Campania and its capital to indulge his weakness for mozzarella di bufala and hot-blooded locals. His musings on the region have appeared in print from Sydney to London, while his Naples-based play Il Cortile toured Italy in 2003. Cristian's other Italian Lonely Planet titles to date are Naples & the Amalfi Coast, Rome Encounter and Italy.

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