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The Rough Guide to Naples and the Amalfi Coast

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    Martin Dunford(Author)

The Rough Guide to Naples and Amalfi Coast is the ultimate travel guide with detailed coverage of all the top attractions of Naples and the Amalfi Coast. This brand new Rough Guide comes complete with clear maps of Naples and the Amalfi Coast, discover the vibrance and rich cultural heritage and world-class stretches of coastline in this glorious region. Whether you're looking for an authentic pizzeria in Naples or a boutique B&B in Sorrento, you'll find comprehensive Naples and Amalfi Coast accommodation and restaurant listings with reviews to make the most of your time and money. With detailed practical advice on what to see and do in Naples and the Amalfi Coast, including the region's smaller towns such as breathtaking Positano, cliff-top Ravello or the stylish islands of Capri and laid-back Ischia you can explore all corners of Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Naples and the Amalfi Coast!

Reliable, readable Rough Guides (Conde Nast Traveller) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 256 pages
  • Martin Dunford(Author)
  • Rough Guides; 1 edition (1 May 2009)
  • English
  • 2
  • Travel & Holiday
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  • By Susan P. on 20 June 2009

    We have just returned from a fabulous trip to Sorrento and found this guide to be invaluable. Particularly the information on the local trains which allowed us to visit Pompeii without any hassle. The town maps and the picture of the Circumvesuviana(train) route and stops, were very detailed and helpful.

  • By ChrissieBee on 19 September 2010

    I'll make this short and sweet...My husband and I spent two weeks on the Amalfi Coast this Summer and this book was a last minute purchase before we left. We had already bought another well-known guide, but although its pictures were pretty, it seemed to be lacking in text and substance. This little book was the one that we took everywhere - its packed full of interesting and invaluable info. We read it while we were sight-seeing and also as we planned excursions. It's absolutely brilliant and I'm sure we wouldn't have got so much out of our fantastic holiday without it.

  • By L. E. Metcalfe on 19 May 2014

    Another first for us, so it was great to read up about what to see and where to go. A local recommended we see the Borbonic Tunnel, which is absolutely amazing, a royal escape tunnel carved through vast ancient water cisterns in the rock below Naples, and must not be missed!

  • By N. Tuson on 12 September 2013

    The maps are so wrong that the Naples underground station we wanted was three streets and a half mile away up a steep hill from the map's pretended location - that's some error, and it took us quite a while before we believed it could be true. The Rough Guides used to be useful guides, with interesting information and up to date. This was useless - the restaurant reviews were far too generous and gushy and the price is too high for a naff book of this sort. Avoid it like the plague and if you accidentally buy it then treat like a plague victim; bury it fast. Or make papier mache toys. Anything - but as a guide book it is hopeless and a web trawl is actually more informative and more reliable.

  • By Marcum on 18 March 2010

    Pre holiday -- As about to go on holiday to this area we wanted to know all the best places to visit apart from the obvious like Pompeii and Vesuvius. We have also discovered the easy ways to go to Herculaneum and Ischia apart from many others. Will be taking this book with us as a guide to what and how to visit when there, but it is great to read up before hand just to have a bit of overall knowledge . Post holiday -- Having just come back from the Naples area we found this book invaluable. How and where to buy bus tickets, journeys on the train and funicular, opening times of castles etc. In fact there was so much info in this book I cannot give it justice in my review except to say buy a copy and refer to it for whatever your needs.

  • By ItalianTraveller on 30 July 2011

    I bought this book on the basis of another review - and was very pleased that I did. The information was up-to-date, accurate and the opinion sensible. It allowed us to travel independently and avoid the crowds (go early and ignore queues as much as your conscience will allow). We found that the Tour Operator's trips, certainly at the height of season, would have been possible and more enjoyable if we had used this book and journeyed under our own steam - particularly Capri where the crowds spoiled any charm that the place had and the tour guide, although knowledgeable, did not take us to places we would have chosen to visit on the island. The book is a handy size too and I found it good to 'gen' up on places to visit in advance.

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