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Travel Around China: The Guide to Exploring the Sites, the Cities, the Provinces, and More
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Travel Around China: The Guide to Exploring the Sites, the Cities, the Provinces, and More

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Travelers from all over the world have grown to appreciate China's history and scenery. In 2008, the growing world power is sure to become an even more popular destination with the start of the Beijing Olympics. Officially sanctioned by the Chinese government, Travel Around China is an overview of tourism in this intriguing country, from Beijing to the

Overview

Travelers from all over the world have grown to appreciate China's history and scenery. In 2008, the growing world power is sure to become an even more popular destination with the start of the Beijing Olympics. Officially sanctioned by the Chinese government, Travel Around China is an overview of tourism in this intriguing country, from Beijing to the Great Wall and beyond.

Considering a trip to China? This beautiful, four-color guide gives you a full account of everything to expect. Each province is broken down into regional sections—perfect for planning tours. Also included are local cuisine, popular festivals, recommended travel routes for long and shorter tours, and transportation and accommodation tips.

Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of color pictures of China's highlights, this book is a must-have for anyone planning a trip to this unique country.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061473548
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
08/19/2008
Pages:
712
Product dimensions:
5.44(w) x 8.42(h) x 1.23(d)

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