This fully updated edition benefits from Cadogan's trademark blend of history, culture and personal flavour - Cadogan's flagship. "Italy" series is written by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls, travel writing's Italy experts.Stunning colour photography captures the essence of this dramatically beautiful region. "Lombardy & the Italian Lakes" is the only guide to the area and offers extensive advice and tips for discovering this beautiful region.It picks out the best places to stay and eat, with discerning tips for everything from tiny trattorias in hill-top towns to luxury hotels in Milan. It is packed full of maps and plans to help you navigate your way easily around Lombardy and its magnificent lakes. Following are the features: dynamic new two-colour layout for easy navigation; new magazine style, that combines stunning photography, tailored itineraries and a personal take on the country; and clear, newly-designed two-colour maps throughout for increased ease of use. These are the only guides with full-colour touring maps of the whole region.It contains extensive listings of hotels and restaurants - all personally recommended for a really local flavour.
It presents top Don't Miss sights for each regional chapter, plus Author Choices of personal favourite places to stay and eat. Get to grips with Milan, international mecca of fashion and shopping and home to awesome art collections and the world-famous La Scala opera house. The book reveals unspoilt idylls along the shores of the famous Italian Lakes, such as the palms, lemon groves and castles.
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Author Biography - Dana Facaros
Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls are passionate about Europe and have written over 40 books for Cadogan, including many in the flagship Italy series. They have lived all over Europe, but are currently settled in an idyllic farmhouse surrounded by vineyards in the Lot Valley, France.