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DK Eyewitness Travel Family Guide Italy: Venice & Northeast Italy, from the groundbreaking family travel series, is written by parents and guarantees the entire family will enjoy their trip to Italy.This thorough guide covers Venice, the Grand Canal, the Basilica di San Marco, Campo Santa Margherita, Arsenale and Museo Storico Navale, the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the Verona Arena, Lake Garda, Riviera del Brenta, Padua, Treviso, Trieste, Trentino-Alto Adige, Bolanzo, and Merano. The guide also includes dedicated "Kids Corners" that feature cartoons, quizzes, puzzles, games, and riddles to inform, surprise, and entertain young travelers as they explore everything Venice and Northeast Italy have to offer.With child-friendly sleeping and eating options, detailed maps of main sightseeing areas, travel information, language tips, budget guidance, age range suitability, and activities for every area, DK Eyewitness Travel Family Guide Italy: Venice & Northeast Italy is the ultimate guide to stress-free family travel.




DK Eyewitness Travel Family Guide - Venice No...


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Looking for an Italy travel guide book to help you plan your trip? There are many options to choose from so we rounded up those that delivered the best information for planning, insight into the destinations you want to visit and those that added a little something extra.


Expect exploded illustrations of key sights as well as gorgeous images that will whet your travel appetite like no other guide book. Perfect for lovers of all things visual, this book offers an inspiring taste of Florence and the rest of Tuscany.


This guide book was written by Corinna Cooke, who runs small group boutique tours to Italy and is a best-selling author. She travels to Florence regularly and is well experienced and knowledgeable on the ins and outs of the city. She shares all the tips and tricks she has learned in Glam Italia! Florence.


The book guides you to avoid the tourist crowds and get off the beaten track in Florence. Corinna shares the best sights, eateries, and experiences, as well as many other insightful travel tips and suggestions for a stress-free visit.


Another excellent guide from best-selling author Corinna Cooke, who has been traveling to Venice half her life and knows the city inside out. She shares her insider knowledge and tips in Glam Italia! Venice.


We love travel in Italy and sharing our knowledge. Read our Italy trip planning guide or join our FREE Italy travel planning community. Our 95,000+ members are happy to answer questions about your itinerary, how to get from place to place, the best places to stay and fun things to do.


I would like to know what is the best way to get to venice if we are travelling by car? We will be visiting only for a day trip on route to Slovenia. Can this be done and what is the best place to leave the car?


So there are a few options for parking outside of Venice, although I should say that we have never used them as we usually take the train or fly. However, when we do travel and use a car, we usually use a website called Parclick ( -venice) which lists all the parking options and the prices, plus you can book in advance, which usually gets a better price. We did this for a week of parking in Paris and it worked out great.


When you decide to visit Italy, you first need to read travel guides to learn more about the country. However, it can be difficult to find the best travel guides for Italy since there are so many options available. Before you purchase one, here are a few things to help you choose your own.


You should mix relaxation and sightseeing in your itinerary for the best experience. Generally, you can combine the sights of Rome and while staying at hotels in Florence with a more relaxed ambiance. Tuscany or Venice are also great choices. Get a travel guide for Venice Italy to get an unforgettable experience in Venice.


Are you planning your first trip to Italy? Rick Steves Italy 2020 should be your top choice of travel guides for Italy. It gives references and guides for those unfamiliar with the country. The book provides updated information on some best places. It covers Milan, Florence, Tuscany, Naples, Pompeii, and Venice, making it also the best choice for your travel guide for Venice Italy. Experience Italy, from the Colosseum, the Mediterranean to the Alps, or discover the relaxed rhythms of sunny Cinque Terre.


This guide will help you find books, videos, articles and websites for use in completing your coursework, in particular the Culture and Civilization of Italy courses, as well as your travels in the Tuscany region. Use the tabs below to start searching for different types of materials.


This guide will help you find books, videos, articles and websites for use in completing your coursework, in particular the Culture and Civilization of Spain courses, as well as your travels. Use the tabs below to start searching for different types of materials.


  • Websites - Guidebooks and Area Studies Fodor's France

  • Organized by region and city, Fodor's France provides many useful tips for travelers in France. Essential French phrases for travelers, tips for eating and staying in France, and links to historical sites and top attractions are of note.France Guide Tour

  • Access brief overviews of the major regions of France. This site also includes maps and photos of the various regions.France Keys

  • France Keys provides general overview of regions, current weather and average temperature, and links to government and commercial tourism sites.French at a Touch

  • In addition to the typical tips for travelers and recommendations for restaurants, French At A Touch offers some interesting links to historical chronologies, introductory information on France, and near the bottom of page, useful links to governmental departments.Frommer's

  • Frommer's offers several notable sections on its website, including a broad overview of France in the Introduction section as well as quick overviews of art and architecture, food, history, and cultural activities found in the In Depth section.Let's Go!

  • Focusing on the interests of college-aged travelers, Let's Go! offers information on French nightlife, food, arts and cultural attractions. Check out the Videos section featuring short films highlighting interesting local sights and attractions organized by region.L'Aquitaine

  • Two useful resources of note are the Visit and Get Active sections located at the top of the page. In the Visit section you can choose between Cultural and Natural heritage sites and then limit to a destination or activity. From here a list of museums, parks, etc is provided. Links to self-guided and tour group options are available.Lonely Planet - Bordeaux

  • Exceptionally useful website, check out the Things To Do section in particular. Many of the attractions are reviewed by the Lonely Planet staff in their irreverent but always good natured and engaging style.Region Overview

Largely a commercial website, however, the Practical Info section (on the left side of page) does offer useful information on travelers' documentation, insurance, currency, tourism taxes and local laws.


  • Websites - Guidebooks and Area Studies Fodor's France

  • Organized by region and city, Fodor's France provides many useful tips for travelers in France. Essential French phrases for travelers, tips for eating and staying in France, and links to historical sites and top attractions are of note.France Guide Tour

  • Access brief overviews of the major regions of France. This site also includes maps and photos of the various regions.France

  • "The official website of France."French at a Touch

  • In addition to the typical tips for travelers and recommendations for restaurants, French At A Touch offers some interesting links to historical chronologies, introductory information on France, and near the bottom of page, useful links to governmental departments.Frommer's

  • Frommer's offers several notable sections on its website, including a broad overview of France in the Introduction section as well as quick overviews of art and architecture, food, history, and cultural activities found in the In Depth section.Let's Go!

  • Focusing on the interests of college-aged travelers, Let's Go! offers information on French nightlife, food, arts and cultural attractions. Check out the Videos section featuring short films highlighting interesting local sights and attractions organized by region.L'Aquitaine

  • Two useful resources of note are the Visit and Get Active sections located at the top of the page. In the Visit section you can choose between Cultural and Natural heritage sites and then limit to a destination or activity. From here a list of museums, parks, etc is provided. Links to self-guided and tour group options are available.Lonely Planet - Bordeaux

  • Exceptionally useful website, check out the Things To Do section in particular. Many of the attractions are reviewed by the Lonely Planet staff in their irreverent but always good natured and engaging style.Region Overview

Largely a commercial website, however, the Practical Info section (on the left side of page) does offer useful information on travelers' documentation, insurance, currency, tourism taxes and local laws.


DK Eyewitness Travel Family Guide Italy: Florence & Central Italy, from the groundbreaking family travel series, is written by parents and guarantees the entire family will enjoy their trip to Italy. With child-friendly sleeping and eating options, detailed maps of main sightseeing areas, travel information, language tips, budget guidance, age range suitability, and activities for every area, DK Eyewitness Travel Family Guide Italy: Florence & Central Italy is the ultimate guide to stress-free family travel. The guide also includes dedicated "Kids Corners" that feature cartoons, quizzes, puzzles, games, and riddles to inform, surprise, and entertain young travelers as they explore everything Italy has to offer. 041b061a72


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