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Blue Guide Tuscany



"We’re planning on going to Florence for a few days towards the end of this year and will definitely be using your guide book again." ...read more

US: $24.95GBP: £18.00


Published: 2009; edition: 5; pages: 640

Tuscany, with Florence its capital and a host of gorgeous medieval cities set in a rolling countryside of fields, vineyards and olive groves, is the cradle of the Renaissance and for many visitors the cultural heart of Italy. This in-depth cultural guide amply covers Florence (itself the subject of a whole Blue Guide) but also gives extensive coverage to the other major Tuscan cities - Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Cortona, Arezzo - not covered in such detail elsewhere in a Blue Guide.

This is the first time this title has been produced in full-colour in the well-received new Blue Guides re-edited, re-presented look. Ideal for the Florence-based visitor making day-trips to the surroundings, or for a tour of the whole of Tuscany. Includes Blue Guides Recommended short lists of hotels and restaurants.

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Illustrations: Full colour throughout, with photographs, reproductions, floor plans and maps.

ISBN: 978-1-905131-26-6


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"At home we are content to move in the daily round of pleasure and business ... but in a foreign country curiosity is our business and our pleasure; and the traveller, conscious of his ignorance and covetous of his time, is diligent in the search and the view of every object that can deserve his attention." Edward Gibbon 1737-1794