Italy Eyewitness Travel Guides

Reviews of Italy (Eyewitness Travel Guides)

Reviews of Italy (Eyewitness Travel Guides)

Reviews of Italy (Eyewitness Travel Guides)

Great presentation, excellent for planning and reference, April 4, 2006
By Mark (San Diego, CA USA)

This review is from: Italy (Eyewitness Travel Guides) (Turtleback)
This is one of the best travel books I've read. Every page has well laid out and well labeled full color pictures to augment the text. Once you look at this it's hard to go back to a dry, sterile book that's all text with a handful of color pages in the middle. The information here is clear and easy to read. There is cross-referencing everywhere, for example a page that's describing a major attraction will tell you where to go in the book to find hotels in that area. tels and restaurants in each area, and general travel tips. The introduction to each area of Italy also has an overview of the history and architecture.

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By M. Natraj (Oslo, Norway)

This review is from: Italy (Eyewitness Travel Guides) (Turtleback)
I've been a long-time Lonely Planet fan, believing that text was fine. Why would I need pictures, since I was going to see the places in person anyway? I have since changed my mind completely!

We just returned from a 10-day trip to Italy (mostly Florence and Rome), and I have to say that I absolutely LOVED having this book along. When we went shopping for a guidebook, my husband picked this up and I went straight for the Lonely Planet. I resisted the Eyewitness guide, and we ended up splurging and just buying both. This ended up giving us an entire trip to compare them.

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Travel guides and trans routes

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As a start, I would look in travel books. Flip through and find the places you want to go. Plus, they'll often offer suggestions on how to get to places. Note: eyewitness guides have nice pics, but do not seem to give a lot of tips on how to get places.
Also, I would look up TrenItalia, Sena Bus (mostly central Italy), and any other major transit company people suggest to you. Look up the routes and see what is in route to where.

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