Pocket rough guide Rome

Pocket rough guide Rome
By Natasha Foges

Part of our UEFA Euro 2020 guidebook series. If you're getting to visit Stadio Olimpico in Rome to observe Euro 2020 matches, then this pocket guidebook provides all the knowledge you would like to form the foremost of your trip, from ready-made itineraries to assist you to explore the town when you are not at the sport, to essential advice about getting around.

Discover the simplest of Rome with this compact and entertaining pocket travel guide. This slim, trim treasure trove of trustworthy travel information is right for short-trip travelers and covers all the key sights (Villa Borghese, Roman Forum, Piazza Navona), restaurants, shops, caf├ęs, 

Features of this travel guide to Rome:
Compact format: full of practical information, this is often the right travel companion when you're out and about exploring Rome
Incisive area-by-area overviews: covering the Centro Storico, Piazza Venezia, Ancient Rome and more, the sensible 'Places' section provides all you would like to understand about must-see sights and therefore the best places to eat, drink and shop

Day-trips: venture further afield to Villa Borghese or the Vatican. This tells you why to travel, the way to get there, and what to ascertain once you arrive
Travel tips and info: full of essential pre-departure information including getting around, health, tourist information, festivals, and events, plus an A-Z directory and handy language section and glossary
Attractive user-friendly design: features fresh magazine-style layout, inspirational color photography and color-coded maps throughout
Covers: The Centro Storico; Campo de' Fiori, the Ghetto and around; Piazza Venezia and therefore the Capitoline Hill; Ancient Rome; The Tridente, Trevi, and Quirinale; Monti, Termini and therefore the
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