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Devorado Apaixonante Daqueles guias pr ticos, pra ter infos gerais da cidade e direcionar, mas sem muitos spoilers Desde Paris tks, Blondie , os meus preferidos Having read the full city guide version of this I wasn t sure how useful this would turn out to be As it happens I found this much handier although I m yet to use it in the city as it isconcise and quicker to search through It highlights the key sights in each area and some of the other not so well known locations and has a few suggestions for places to eat and drink too The rest of the background information islimited than the full guide but this is no bad thing as it stops the Having read the full city guide version of this I wasn t sure how useful this would turn out to be As it happens I found this much handier although I m yet to use it in the city as it isconcise and quicker to search through It highlights the key sights in each area and some of the other not so well known locations and has a few suggestions for places to eat and drink too The rest of the background information islimited than the full guide but this is no bad thing as it stops the guide becoming to unwieldy I found this very handy for starting to plan my trip including marking up the pull out map for quicker navigation and will certainly be carrying it with me to help me get around the city As I ve been to Rome a couple times, in the run up to my third trip I decided I needed a bit of a refresher, and once again Lonely Planet comes through A solid compliment to the larger volumes. With our European vacation mere weeks away, there s not much time left to read guide books in advance Having previously read the London and Paris editions of Lonely Planet s pocket guides, I knew I needed to add this one to the list.I was not disappointed.Lonely Planet s Pocket guides distill the best of in many ways They provide information on what to do in each neighborhood, along with easy to use maps and transit information There is a handy language guide to useful phrases, a pull out m With our European vacation mere weeks away, there s not much time left to read guide books in advance Having previously read the London and Paris editions of Lonely Planet s pocket guides, I knew I needed to add this one to the list.I was not disappointed.Lonely Planet s Pocket guides distill the best of in many ways They provide information on what to do in each neighborhood, along with easy to use maps and transit information There is a handy language guide to useful phrases, a pull out map for pocket or handbag, information on free or inexpensive attractions and eateries, and a local s perspective for recommendations.The Pocket guides and Rick Stevesthorough phrase books are the only books we re taking with us on this trip, despite having read many of them in preparation I can t think of higher praise They re great for experienced travelers and beginners alike [ Read Pdf ] ⚆ Lonely Planet Pocket Rome ⚖ An epic, monumental city, Rome gets under your skin fast Even on a short break, you ll be smitten by its artistic masterpieces and iconic monuments, operatic piazzas and haunting ruins Life is lived to the full here, and the city teems with trattorias and designer restaurants, street side bars and glam fashion boutiques Visit once and you ll be hooked for lifeLonely Planet s new look Pocket guides give you all the top sights and local s view of the city too you get the best of both worlds Walking tours and day planners Maps for every neighbourhood Packed with expert travel tips % independent adviceCoverage Includes QuickStart guide, Ancient Rome, Centro Storico, Tridente, Trevi, the Quirinale, Monti, Esquilino, Celio, Lateran, Aventino, Testaccio, Trastevere, Gianicolo, Vatican City, Prati, Villa Borghese, The Best of Rome and Survival Guide Used and abused on many trips to Rome I used to prefer the AA Pocket Guides insofar as I even use guides any as I know most of the place inside out but for any new traveller, LP guides are chock full of information with one caveat, the price of food would scare you in all guides, the reality as you wander around Rome is quite different You ll always find a trattoria for lunch, say a Pizza and a half carafe of wine, and you can always get well fed and watered for under 10.