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Time Out Naples 5th edition


Time Out Naples 5th edition

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Lying in the shadow of Europe's second-largest active volcano, overlooking the Bay of Naples, this fascinating, UNESCO-protected city offers more than corruption, crime and Camorra scandals.

Visit the San Carlo opera house, where Rossini and Donizetti triumphed, sip a caffè where Oscar Wilde and Enrique Caruso used to lounge, eat a margharita pizza at the restaurant that created it and, with the help of this guide, find the best hotels, the coolest spas and some of the finest food in the whole of Italy.

The Time Out Naples city guide also takes you to areas outside Naples, including Capri, Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.

*Sightseeing in Naples

*Naples hotels

*Naples restaurants

*Naples bars

*Naples shops

*Naples maps

"The Time Out guide to Naples is the most comprehensive guide to the city." (Daily Telegraph)"A pocket-sized encyclopaedia to Italy's great southern of the most useful and user-friendly guides to the city." (Italy Magazine)

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Book details

  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Time Out Guides Ltd(Author)
  • Time Out; 5 edition (5 Nov. 2009)
  • English
  • 9
  • Travel & Holiday
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  • By D. Saunders on 26 July 2006

    i used this guide last october 05. naples is a difficult city at the best of times. this guide was excellent in making sense from the chaos! the intro sections on the history and social culture are very good and helpful. the social background to naples is very important to understanding the local vibe!which is highly individual!its excellent. especially for the area around the old city which is fabulous. don't be afraid the narrow streets after dark are not as scarey as you might think at first!the food info was accurate and a real treat. the pizza is the best in the world bar none. pizza lombardi was reccomended as the best in naples in this guide and was fantastic..i would highly reccomend this guide to anyone going to naples. you need this guide!

  • By Michael Wailes on 26 July 2002

    Comprehensive, realistic and helpful guide to Naples, the Neapolitain Riviera, and surrounding area. Very much in the usual Time Out style so as good on the nightlife and shopping elements as it is on the sightseeing. Particularly good on the Sorrentine Penninsula, Amalfi Coast and the islands. The photos could be better though.

  • By JulieJ on 23 December 2012

    I bought this prior to a holiday in Sorrento but was disappointed to find that it didn't actually give much information on Sorrento itself. It gives a good overview of the Naples region but not enough detail

  • By Hans R. Bichsel on 10 June 2011

    For our preparation for a trip to Naples and surrounding areas, as well as a reliable guide during the trip we always found answers and advice in this handy and easy to use travel companion.

  • By Spann on 18 July 2013

    Used this guide on a recent trip to Italy... helped a lot as it gave us a few ideas of places to visit.. Would defiantly buy another of these books for a different destination.

  • By S. Haynes on 29 June 2010

    Having bought many Time Out guides as always this one doesn't fail to help you in your stay in Naples. Our Hotel was even in the guide! It has the added advantage of covering Capri, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, so wherever you choose to stay you have information on all the places you want to visit.

  • By Ruth Gidley on 2 September 2008

    It's really worth searching around for the follow-up to this edition. The fourth edition, published in February 2007, is a significant improvement in every way. Not only is it more encouraging about the more youthful aspects of this region, it's also a lot more up-to-date, with more original and better suggestions for places to eat beyond the most obvious.

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