The Rough Guide to Naples & the Amalfi Coast by Martin Dunford

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The Rough Guide to Naples and the Amalfi Coast is the second edition of this best-selling guide. Now in full colour throughout, the book covers both the city of Naples and the surrounding region in equal detail. It includes a detailed account of the city itself, with in-depth reviews of all the sights, the best hotels, restaurants and nightlife, as well as all the colour maps you need to get around. It also covers the must-see sights of Vesuvius, Pompeii and Herculaneum, including all the practical information you need to see them independently, and it tours the islands of the Bay of Naples, and the resorts of the stunning Amalfi Coast. Throughout it devotes attention to the very best things to see while candidly reviewing the region's accommodation and restaurants. Make the most of this dynamic city and beautiful coastal region with The Rough Guide to Naples and the Amalfi Coast.
 

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Ros Belford first travelled to Italy when she was eighteen, Ros Belford first travelled to Italy when she was eighteen, and has written and edited several books and numerous articland has written and edited several books and numerous articles about the country. Martin Dunford is co-founder of the Roes about the country. Martin Dunford is co-founder of the Rough Guides and in addition to Italy he is author of Rough Guugh Guides and in addition to Italy he is author of Rough Guides to New York, Belgium, Brussels, Holland, Amsterdam and ides to New York, Belgium, Brussels, Holland, Amsterdam and Rome. Celia Woolfrey writes on travel, design and gardens, aRome. Celia Woolfrey writes on travel, design and gardens, and has contributed to The Guardian, Gardens Illustrated and nd has contributed to The Guardian, Gardens Illustrated and Cond? Nast Traveller. Cond? Nast Traveller.
 
Published August 16, 2012 by Rough Guides. 256 pages
Genres: Travel. Non-fiction

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