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Fodor's Citypack Rome by Fodor's

Fodor's Citypack Rome

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679000046, Paperback)

The Citypack map covers the city in detail, while the Citypack guide
gives you just the information you need to experience the best of Rome:
The city's top attractions and the must-see sights at each
Itineraries for walks and excursions
The best museums, churches, parks, fountains, Roman sites, freebies, and more--the author's top picks
Offbeat sights even locals don't know
Restaurants, hotels, shopping, and nightlife--an unabashedly opinionated selection, with pithy descriptions of each recommendation
Best festivals and events
Travel facts and tips on getting the most from your visit

The author: Tim Jepson has written or contributed to many books on
Italy. For several years he lived in Italy, during which time he was
Rome correspondent for the
Sunday Telegraph of London.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:04 -0400)

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