National Geographic Traveler Istanbul & Western Turkey

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National Geographic Books, 2011 - Travel - 271 pages
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The relaunched National Geographic Traveler guidebooks are in tune with the growing trend toward experiential travel, providing more insider tips and expert advice for a more authentic, cultural experience of each destination. These books serve discerning, curious travelers and supply information and interpretation not available on the Internet.

In response to the interests of today's traveler, the acclaimed National Geographic Traveler series includes exciting new editorial features, a contemporary redesign, and inviting new covers.
 

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National geographic doesnt include great maps

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Contents

History
14
Istanbuls History 2235
22
Atatürk 2829
28
Istanbul Today 14 stanbuls History 22 Land Environment
36
Ten Most Famous Dishes
42
Food Drink 40 The Arts
44
Whirling Dervishes
48
The Old City
55
Istanbul Excursions
153
westERN TuRKEY
177
Ephesus Roman Turkey
193
The Turquoise Coast
207
Cappadocia
221
TRAVELwise
232
Activities
264
cREDITs
270

European Istanbul
99
Asian Istanbul
137

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2011)

Tristan Rutherford has been a freelance travel writer since 2002, writing for The Independent and the Sunday Times Travel Magazine, among others. He also lectures in travel journalism at Central Saint Martins and Kingston University in London.

US-born, Italian-raised Kathryn Tomasetti writes travel stories and guidebooks for the likes of The Guardian and Rough Guides. Together, they have worked on some 25 guidebooks across the Mediterranean. Both are members of the British Guild of Travel Writers.

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