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by Gene Openshaw,Rick Steves

  • Author: Gene Openshaw,Rick Steves
  • ISBN: 1566918219
  • ISBN13: 978-1566918213
  • ePub: 1883 kb | FB2: 1152 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Rick Steves; Revised edition (August 22, 2006)
  • Pages: 376
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 723
  • Format: mobi lit lrf docx
Rick Steves' Rome 2007 ePub download

Rick Steves' Rome 2007 book. With RickSteves' Rome 2007, travelers can experience the best of everything Rome has to offer - economically and hassle-free.

Rick Steves' Rome 2007 book. Completely revised and updated, Rick Steves' Rome 2007 includes opinionated coverage of both famous and lesser-known sights; friendly places tRickSteves' Who but Rick Steves can tell travelers the best way to see St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Colosseum?

by Gene Openshaw and Rick Steves. You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in the Eternal City of Rome.

by Gene Openshaw and Rick Steves. With the self-guided tours in this book, you ll walk the same streets as the Caesars and discover the secrets of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Learn how to avoid the lines at the Vatican Museum and St. Peter s Basilica.

Rick Steves (born May 10, 1955) is an American travel writer, author, activist and television personality

Rick Steves (born May 10, 1955) is an American travel writer, author, activist and television personality. His travel philosophy encourages people to explore less-touristed areas of destinations and to become immersed in the local people's way of life. Since 2000, he has hosted Rick Steves' Europe, a travel series on public television.

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With Rick Steves’ Rome 2007, travelers can experience the best of everything Rome has to offer - economically and hassle-free

With Rick Steves’ Rome 2007, travelers can experience the best of everything Rome has to offer - economically and hassle-free.

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Who but Rick Steves can tell travelers the best way to see St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Colosseum? With RickSteves' Rome 2007, travelers can experience the best of everything Rome has to offer — economically and hassle-free. Completely revised and updated, Rick Steves' Rome 2007 includes opinionated coverage of both famous and lesser-known sights; friendly places to eat and sleep; suggested day plans; walking tours and trip itineraries; clear instructions for smooth travel anywhere by car, train, or foot; and Rick's newest "back door" discoveries. America's number one authority on travel to Europe, Rick's time-tested recommendations for safe and enjoyable travel in Europe have been used by millions of Americans in search of their own unique European travel experience. 
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I was very pleased with this guide book. I visited Rome for the 2nd time, and found this book very helpful and well written. Things i found helpful:

-how to prepare for your trip

-travel information

-recommendations about which days and times of day to visit particular sites/museums

-interesting historical facts (but not overly dense)

-excellent summaries of the major attractions

-recommendations for day trips

-restaurant recommendations

I did not use this guide book for hotel information, so i can not comment on that. i would recommend doing a lot of your own research for hotel information (guide books, internet, word of mouth).

If you like guide books with lots of colorful photos, this is not the one for you. It's all black + white, with very few photos. But it is well organized and has an easy to use index.

I brought this book with me everywhere in Rome, and will recommend it to my friends.
Kamuro
This was the most important thing we took to Rome. Even though we were there in January, what we thought would be the non-busy time of the year, everything was packed! The info about avoiding the colisseum line was alone worth the price of the book. Very good for practical information and restaurant suggestions. Awesome, awesome book! I would give it 6 stars if i could!
Niwield
This book had lots of great tips and suggestions. We used the advice to purchase tickets, which alone saved us HOURS of standing in line. We walk right passed everyone waiting and felt like VIPs. I highly recommend this book (and other Rick Steve books).
Nern
Rick Steves' Rome guide is essential. I love the presentation and detail that he provides. His hotel and restuarant recommendations are the best. I found his information to be accurate and reliable.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
a must have to travel to rome
Banal
The detailed tips on transportation will save countless precious travel hours and stress. The recommended hotels cheerfully honored the special rates quoted. The attraction passes were well described and will save a lot of money. Rick Steves also answered many questions I had not thought to ask, and gave me everything I needed to make detailed daily itenaries! It is the best travel guide I have ever used.
Ttexav
This was a great help when we traveled to Rome, I would highly recommend getting his books for ANYWHERE you are going, lots of great information in there!! It was very helpful in planning places to see
My husband and I honeymooned in Italy in June, 2007. This was our first trip abroad so it was imperative for us to choose a good guide book. Rick Steves' guide to Rome proved to be an invaluable tool for our trip, especially in the planning phase.

Strengths:
- Great for pre-trip planning such as locating a hotel, getting around the city, deciding which sites to visit, etc. We stayed at Gulliver's Place and L-O-V-E-D it.
- Especially helpful is his section on planning your sight-seeing based on the number of days you will be there. His ratings of most important to least important things to see were, for the most part, spot-on. We relied upon his recommendations for our week-long trip heavily.
- His walking tours were great fun and gave us a more in-depth look at Italian life.
- He provides enough information on the history and development of Rome to highlight important sights to see. This was useful.

Weaknesses:
- I found his hand-drawn maps to be especially hard to use. My husband and I wound up lost in one section of the city and were not able to find our way back using his maps alone. At the beginning of the book are "real" maps but they were not as helpful as the free map we received at our bed and breakfast.
- This book does not contain stunning photography and graphics. I was a bit disappointed in this area.
- Once in Rome with an outline of daily activities, I would recommend using a different guidebook. We really found the Eyewitness Travel Guide to be great for this. This book present Rome by its different neighborhoods and has a 3-D map of sorts that was really quite helpful for determining where you are in relation to where you should be! Plus, it has beautiful pictures and well-presented background information.

Overall, this book is wonderful for planning but not as great for actual use while in Rome. Buying this guide in conjunction with at least one other will guarantee a safe, happy and, most of all, FUN trip!
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