Lonely Planet Trentino: Alto Adige: Chapter from Italy Travel Guide [NOOK Book]

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'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other'. New York Times

This eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planet's latest Italy guide book and includes:
  • Trento & the Dolomites chapters
  • Understanding Italy
  • Trento & the Dolomites maps

While not Italy's ...

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Lonely Planet Trentino: Alto Adige: Chapter from Italy Travel Guide

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Overview


'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other'. New York Times

This eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planet's latest Italy guide book and includes:
  • Trento & the Dolomites chapters
  • Understanding Italy
  • Trento & the Dolomites maps

While not Italy's tallest mountains, the Dolomites red-hued pinnacles are the country's most spectacular, drawing a faithful fan club of hikers, skiers, poets and fresh-air fanciers for at least the last few centuries.

This guide is the result of research by dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Trento & the Dolomites, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed. This guide includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets - all the essentials to get to the heart Trento & the Dolomites.

Coverage includes:

  • Understanding Italy: Italy Today, History, Italian Art & Architecture, The Italian Way of Life, Italy on Page & Screen, The Italian Table, Directory, Transport and Glossary
  • Trentino, Trento, Rovereto, Brenta Dolomites, Val di Non, Val di Sole & Val di Rabbi, Val di Fiemme, Val di Fassa, Alto-Adige (Sudtirol), Bolzano (Bozen), Merano (Meran), Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio, Val Gardena (Groden/Gherdeina), Alpe di Siusi & Parco Naturale Sciliar-Catinaccio, Val Badia & Alpe di Fanes and Val Pusteria (Pustertal).

Lonely Planet's Italy guide is researched and written by: Paula Hardy, Donna Wheeler, Brendan Sainsbury, Virginia Maxwell, Robert Landon, Kerry Christiani, Nicola Williams, Duncan Garwood, Cristian Bonetto, Alison Bing, Abigail Blasi, Joe Fullman, Vesna Maric, Olivia Pozzan, Gregor Clark


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781743212509
  • Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Series: Chapter
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 6 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2012

    Kev

    Artemis doesnt even adopt. Choose a new parentm

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 31, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    If the city-focused travel guide books are considered novels, on

    If the city-focused travel guide books are considered novels, one should view Lonely Planet's "Italy" book as a collection of short stories. Over 900 pages of short stories. The book, like all of the Lonely Planet offerings, is beautifully laid out with bright and bold colors, clear organizational elements, and a wonderful multitude of clearly labelled and easily understood maps.

    What the book lacks, however, is any real depth. Every element allows the reader to dip his prospectively traveling toe in only the shallowest of Italian waters. I kept wanting more, but I think that's what the city-specific books are for.

    My family of five is planning a trip to Italy. We'll be hitting the biggies of Rome, Florence and Venice. This Lonely Planet "Italy" offering will be perfect for creating the outline of our activities. Since we're visiting multiple cities, we'll be able to use this as our 40,000-foot view of Italy and the specific cities we plan to visit. The core of our trip, however, will be guided by the city guides.

    The book contains the requisite recommended itineraries of different lengths, and has a plethora of small 'top lists' focused on food, shopping, activities in each location.

    I received this book as part of Amazon's Vine program.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2013

    I agree with anonymous (April 12, 2013). The nookbook version o

    I agree with anonymous (April 12, 2013). The nookbook version of this Italy guidebook is horrible.. useless. Pages freeze, fails to connect to links, and hard to follow. Don't recommend. In addendum, the format used today by Lonely Planet has changed a lot since 1980-1990's when I did a lot of traveling in my youth. Current format of guidebooks hard to follow, disjointed, no depth.

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  • Posted April 20, 2013

    Of all the guidebooks I bought for my 7 week trip around Italy,

    Of all the guidebooks I bought for my 7 week trip around Italy, this ended up being my go-to book! The maps were very useful especially. I just wish the book was split into smaller books/ volumes so it would be easier to carry around instead of one big chunk of a book. Other than that, I would definitely recommend this to those visiting Italy. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2013

    Useless!  The Lonely Planet guidebooks are wonderful, but the No

    Useless!  The Lonely Planet guidebooks are wonderful, but the Nookbook versions are poorly designed and useless; they take forever to load, frequently freeze, fail to correctly connect to links, and are full of other bugs.  Do yourself a favor and buy the paperback instead!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Nice book

    Lots of interesting information on Italy.

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