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by Michael Pauls,Dana Facaros

eBook Lombardy and the Italian Lakes, 7th (Cadogan Guides) download ISBN: 1860114024
Author: Michael Pauls,Dana Facaros
Publisher: Cadogan Guides; 7th edition (November 25, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 344
ePub: 1856 kb
Fb2: 1769 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Traveling
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Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls are passionate about Europe and have written over thirty books for Cadogan, including the Italy guide.

Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls are passionate about Europe and have written over thirty books for Cadogan, including the Italy guide. They have lived all over Europe, but are currently settled in an idyllic farmhouse surrounded by vineyards in the Lot Valley, France. Series: Cadogan Guides.

Cadogan Guides Lombardy and the Italian Lakes.

Cadogan brings travelers Lombardy and the Italian Lakes in all their glory, from the powerhouse of Milan to the idyllic beauty and tranquility of Lake Garda and the Renaissance cities of the Lombard Plain. Cadogan Guides Lombardy and the Italian Lakes. Cadogan Guide Lombardy & the Italian Lakes.

Start by marking Lombardy and the Italian Lakes (Cadogan Guides) as Want to Read . Dana Facaros wrote her first guide book the Greek Islands at age 20 in 1977, and husband Michael Pauls joined her a few years later in penning guides to Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica.

Start by marking Lombardy and the Italian Lakes (Cadogan Guides) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Along with Turkey, these books became the genesis of the first Cadogan Guides in 1985.

Dana Facaros, Michael Pauls. The first ever guide to this area gets to grips with Milan, international mecca of fashion and shopping, with its awesome art collections and world-famous La Scala opera house. The economic powerhouse of Italy since the Middle Ages, Milan is today a vibrant, frenetic city and Cadogan's discerning listings seek out the best bars, restaurants and clubs in which to party with the locals

Dana Facaros & Michael Pauls. We have been writing together since dinosaurs roamed the earth, starting with some 40 Cadogan guides.

Dana Facaros & Michael Pauls.

Publisher: Cadogan Guides. Author: Dana Facaros & Michael Pauls. Street Date: November 1, 2008. But Lombardy has its gentle side too, and this guide reveals idylls along the shores of the famous Italian Lakes, such as the palms, lemon groves, and castles surrounding Lake Garda, and winds through the Renaissance cities of the Lombard plain. Admire the Gonzaga frescoes of Mantua and visit the refined art city of Bergamo, perched on a promontory on the edge of the Alps.

Cadogan Guide: Lombardy & the Italian Lakes. Cadogan brings travelers Lombardy and the Italian Lakes in all their glory, from the powerhouse of Milan to the idyllic beauty and tranquility of Lake Garda and the Renaissance cities of the Lombard Plain. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

Lombardy & the Italian Lakes (6) D Facaros, M Pauls New Holland 9781860113222 : Aims to get to. .It is packed full of maps and plans to help you navigate your way easily around Lombardy and its magnificent lakes

Lombardy & the Italian Lakes (6) D Facaros, M Pauls New Holland 9781860113222 : Aims to get to grip with Milan, international Mecca of fashion and shopping and home to art collections and th. It is packed full of maps and plans to help you navigate your way easily around Lombardy and its magnificent lakes. Following are the features: dynamic new two-colour layout for easy navigation; new magazine style, that combines stunning photography, tailored itineraries and a personal take on the country; and clear, newly-designed two-colour maps throughout for increased ease of use.

Similarly to Italian cuisine, Lombard cuisine has much variety and every city and part of the region offers its own . Lombardy & the Italian Lakes, 6th, Dana Facaros, Michael Pauls, New Holland Publishers, 2006, . 5. Piras, 87. ^ "Consorzio Tutela Vini Oltrepò Pavese".

Similarly to Italian cuisine, Lombard cuisine has much variety and every city and part of the region offers its own specialities. A characteristic Lombard dish is risotto, most famously risotto alla milanese (which contains saffron), with rice-based food being highly common throughout the region. Similarly to risotto, maize-based dishes such as polenta are also common parts of the regional cuisine. Famous Lombard dishes include cotoletta, cassoeula and ossobuco.

The first ever guide to this area gets to grips with Milan, international mecca of fashion and shopping, with its awesome art collections and world-famous La Scala opera house. The economic powerhouse of Italy since the Middle Ages, Milan is today a vibrant, frenetic city and Cadogan's discerning listings seek out the best bars, restaurants and clubs in which to party with the locals. But Lombardy has its gentle side too, and this guide reveals idylls along the shores of the famous Italian Lakes, such as the palms, lemon groves, and castles surrounding Lake Garda, and winds through the Renaissance cities of the Lombard plain. Admire the Gonzaga frescoes of Mantua and visit the refined art city of Bergamo, perched on a promontory on the edge of the Alps. The beauty of the area is illustrated in stunning color photographs, and full travel and practical information will make anyone's stay as dreamy as the scenery.
Comments: (5)
Kahavor
My husband & I have been contemplating a trip to Northern Italy for the holidays & were interested in the Lombardy regions, by Lake Maggiore & Lake Como. This book has helped us to decide in which region we will stay & showed us many other ideas & attractions in that immediate area. We wanted to spend a few nights in a castle & found one from the 14th century that we will book. This book is well written and will help us plan yet another "trip of a lifetime".
Little Devil
What an excellent review! For someone who has NOT traveled to northern Italy and especially to the places of Milano, Monza, Como, Cremona, Brescia and the other lakes, this book is the BEST! Do not go to northern Italy without this new edition, 2008 November. Plus the "chain" bookstores did not even have a copy until I went through AMAZON to obtain a copy at a reduced price, of course. It was I who informed the "chains" of the new edition. Thank you again, Amazon!
Vizuru
Pretty good guidebook. Could have more detail, but overall very usable and pleasant to read.
Yozshujinn
OK, just OK. Would not buy again.
JoJosho
I wanted a guide for a week stay in the Lake Como area. The Dana Facaros guide was one of three guidebooks I purchased. All three were disappointing, with the Facaros guide being the least useful. For all three guides, the coverage is much much broader than I needed. This would be fine if the coverage of the Lake Como area itself was thorough and helpful. But I the coverage of the central tourist areas of Lake Como, (Bellagio, Ravenna & Tremezzo) to be quite superficial. The lodging recommendations seemed spotty and incomplete. But I was most disappointed in the restaurant recommendations. For the most part, the named restaurants were generally mediocre. But there are excellent choices in the area andI did have some fabulous meals, but the leads came not from these guides but from TripAdvisor. And almost all of these excellent restaurants didn't earn a mention in the books. Makes one wonder what the criteria is for inclusion in these guides.