Published December 1996
by Frommer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||688|
From the most trusted name in travel, Frommer’s Italy is a comprehensive, completely up-to-date guide to one of Europe’s most storied vacation helpful advice and honest recommendations from Frommer’s expert authors, you’ll walk among the ancient ruins of Pompeii, float along the canals of Venice, appreciate Renaissance masterworks in Florence, /5(44). Since Italy is too large and varied to be researched by one author or even two, Frommer's Italy written by multiple authors and is among the most up-to-date and fastidiously fact-checked of all the guidebooks on Italy presently published. That characteristic is perhaps the reason why Frommer's Italy is high up on any list of best-sellers, and why it is also regarded, Reviews: From the most trusted name in travel, Frommer’s Italy is a comprehensive, completely up-to-date guide to one of Europe’s most storied vacation helpful advice and honest recommendations from Frommer’s expert authors, you’ll walk among the ancient ruins of Pompeii, float along the canals of Venice, appreciate Renaissance masterworks in Florence, /5(23). Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Best Sellers Gift Ideas.
A longtime contributor to Frommer's guides, Elizabeth Heath is a writer and editor based in Umbria, central Italy, from where she writes about travel and culinary adventures in Italy, Europe and farther afield. Her work has appeared in Huff Post, The Telegraph, Cara, and other outlets. She recently authored a book on the architecture of Rome/5(30). About Frommer's: There’s a reason Frommer’s has been the most trusted name in travel for more than 60 years. Arthur Frommer created the best-selling guide series in to help American servicemen fulfill their dreams of travel in Europe, and since then, we have published thousands of titles, become a household name, and helped millions upon millions of people . The district of Apulia encompasses the southeasternmost section of Italy, the heel of the boot. For many travelers, it's the gateway to Greece from the port of Brindisi. Apulia is little known but fascinating, embracing some of Italy's most poverty-stricken areas and some of its most interesting sections (such as the Trulli District). Rome, Bologna, and Milan are the key hubs of this 21st-century transportation empire—for example, from Rome’s Termini station, Florence can be reached in only 95 minutes. In fact, if you’re city-hopping between Rome, Florence, and Venice, you need never rent a car.
Frommer's also creates vacation idea books to spark your wanderlust. Our coverage spans the globe—so you'll find easy inspiration for where your next adventure should be. Originally used for Asian itineraries, the Norwegian Joy has been reassigned to North America's West Coast, following a $50 million makeover. Once it ruled the Western World, and even the partial, scattered ruins of that awesome empire, of which Rome was the capital, are today among the most overpowering sights on earth. To walk the Roman Forum, to view the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Appian Way —these are among the most memorable, instructive, and illuminating experiences in. Sicily has been conquered, settled, and abandoned by dozens of civilizations, from the Phoenicians, Greeks, and Carthaginians in antiquity to the Arabs, Berbers, Moors, and Normans in the Middle Ages, to the Spanish and Bourbons in the Renaissance, and finally (at least nominally), modern Italy. In Europe, some of the most famous tourist sights on the planet are packed into a relatively small area, making it a haven for travelers. From Paris (the City of Light) to Rome (the Eternal City), from London to the beaches of Spain, the appeal of Europe transcends boundaries, language, and geography.