This is the 3rd edition of the very successful guide to the winding Italian coast from Naples to Solerno. Facaros & Pauls uncover the layers of history from active Vesuvius to the present day glitterati in Positano. With color maps, town maps, ferry times to the islands and extended coverage of where to eat and stay on all budgets, and tips on how to survive the dripping Italian glamour of the Neopolitan Riviera, and where to find the quiet places, secluded beaches and cool, half-hidden ruins for a bit of gentle culture.
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Pleasure-seekers have flocked to the Bay of Naples since Roman times, reveling in the voluptuous isle of Capri, the dizzy heights of the Amalfi Drive, and the vertical towns of Positano and Ravello. At the heart of the region is crazy, colorful Naples herself. Visit the bay's most celebrated sights, from the island flesh-pots to the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Hidden deep in the furthest crooks of Italy's boot are Greek temples and Albanian villages; white-washed villages dot the long Puglian shore, and mirages shimmer in the Straits of Messina. This guide offers practical travel advice, over 200 hand-picked places to stay, over 250 restaurants, bars and cafes, the best pizza in Naples and the best beaches in Puglia. (5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 324 pages, color photos, maps)
Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls are the authors of Cadogan's Italy series, including Italy, Rome, Venice, Lombardy & the Italian Lakes, Tuscany and Umbria. They have over 40 Cadogan titles to their name, including country, regional and city guides to Spain, France, Greece and Turkey.
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Descripción Cadogan Books, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1860119069