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Naples and Sorrento (Globetrotter Travel Pack)

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    Available in PDF Format | Naples and Sorrento (Globetrotter Travel Pack).pdf | English
    Melissa Shales(Author) Michael Leech(Author)
The highly successful "Globetrotter Travel Series", which includes Travel Guides, Maps, and Road Atlases, presently, covers more than 80 destinations worldwide. The Packs are excellent value, including both a guidebook and a softcover version of the fold-out Globetrotter map of the region, in a printed plastic wallet. The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips, and recommendations, accompanied by colour photographs, charts, and maps for the first-time traveller who wants to experience the major highlights that Naples and Sorrento have to offer. This travel book surpasses other guides in that it incorporates essential information in an easy-to-carry and easy-to-read format that is attractive and useful at the same time. It provides a visitor with an invaluable introduction to Naples and Sorrento by concisely highlighting the region's 'must see' areas in a practical and user-friendly format, thus encouraging the tourist to make the most of his/her available time. All the essential information you need to get around an unfamiliar region is compacted into useful and practical 'At-a-Glance' sections at the end of each chapter. The fold-out map of Naples and Sorrento is ideal for tourists and visitors. In addition to the main map of Naples and Sorrento, which highlights scenic routes, it features 5 detailed area maps and 8 town plans.

Melissa Shales is a London-based freelance travel writer, who has written over a dozen guidebooks. This is her third book on southern Italy. Michael Leech is a much travelled author and broadcaster who works out of London. He is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers.

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  • By snoopy on 24 September 2010

    I brought this guide for a weeks' holiday in Sorrento. I was buying this on the presumption that the content would just focus in the areas of Naples and Sorrento, however the guide also gives a brief insight into the culture, history and points of attraction for all areas of the Campania region. The extra tibits of information which included public transport, suggestions for places to eat in the areas, and a rough guide to italian at the back of the book proved to be a worthy resource to carry on me throughout the holiday. The best part of this guide was the detailed map that came with the book, the map covers Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Paestum, Capri, Ischia, Ravello, Almalfi, it is detailed enough to show street names and points of interest.I read this book before my week's holiday and although I didn't use it much during the holiday it proved to be good investment, as it ensured that I visited as much of the main attractions as possible. In such a small part of the country I was truly surprised by how much there is to do!

  • By Mr. Barry Barnes on 26 August 2009

    We stayed in Sorrento for 6 days in early August and purchased this pocket guide to supplement other information we had gleaned from the internet. Generally the guide is fairly accurate, and useful to give you ideas and start the planning process for each day.Of particular value was the highlights section of Pompeii, which together with the map provided at reception, we used as the basis of our route around the town, a little difficult to folow in places but we managed and thoroughly enjoyed the exploratory experience.One minor error in the guide (pg 96), the Curreri bus does NOT arrive or leave piazza Tasso, it actually arrives and leaves at the Circumvesuviana Station. After this inital confusion upon arriving at the wrong venue, we regrouped our walking route and were fine.Our visit was a special date celebration, but our advice is don't go in August if you can avoid it. Its to hot, humid and busy.

  • By Teacher Pretzel on 15 May 2011

    I have just returned from a week in Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. This little guide was very useful and was small and light enough to be tucked in my handbag. The text covers the main highlights of the area and gives sufficient background information as a starting point. Although small in scale, the regional and street maps very helpful. An excellent buy for the money.

  • By P.Butler on 28 September 2010

    I bought this book because we were going to Sorrento, however there was very little information about the town of Sorrento itself. I was also expecting a map and some useful details outskirts of Sorrento where a lot of hotels are situated but was disappointed. The book seemed to lend itself better to the tourist with a car. The sections on Capri and Ischia were helpful for day trips but did not give details of where the hot springs could be found in Ischia and although it mentioned the blue grotto on Capri it did not give it's location. On day ferry trips time is easily wasted trying to find these attractions and how to get to them.

  • By Guest on 21 July 2012

    I purchased this book for a trip to Sorrento however there is very little on Sorrento in it, no more than the other towns in the region. OK for Naples but if you want a guide to Sorrento this isn't the one. Very misleading title,

  • By Happy Days Joanie on 20 August 2013

    We used this book on a recent holiday to Sorrento. It had good historical facts and was useful for deciding on places we'd like to visit. A good size to put in your bag/rucksack. I've tucked it away in my drawer as we will go to this area again one day so it will be used again! I would recommend this book (and the area!)

  • By Lincolnshire farmer on 26 October 2014

    I found this guide very useful, small enough to put in my pocket and take out on trips without being too cumbersome. It's still big enough to contain a useful amount of information with maps of most places a tourist is likely to want to visit, including a large pull-out map at the back. It also comes in a sturdy plastic cover to protect it, which I thought was very good. The binding was also very good, and it did not drop to bits, unlike some guidebooks I have purchased in the past. If you want to read about the area in very great depth, this book would not give you enough detail, but for the needs of the average tourist I thought it was excellent.

  • By floggist on 22 November 2012

    A lot of detail on history etc., but not very useful when you arrive in Naples and have no maps to find your hotel etc. - not useful at that level.

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