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Frommer's Northern Italy: with Venice, Milan and the Lakes Paperback – Mar 22 2010

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Nearly Always Reliable Jan. 12 2007
By BellaBull - Published on
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I've always liked Frommer's, mainly because the books are well-organized and provide a great overview and starting point. The attractions are clearly explained, with hours, admission fees, restrictions, & considerations. The hotel suggestions are generally good, though usually a little on the more expensive end, and in lieu of internet I find them generally reliable.

It can be a little dry and a little mainstream, but their books are usually updated with good regularity & is good for planning your sightseeing and transportation. More detailed information on ferries & hydrofoils (not just from Frommers but guide books in general) would be nice!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
good overview of Northern Italy Jan. 6 2009
By Laura Peterson - Published on
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We found this book very useful in our recent travels especially for sights and dining. Did not agree with some of the hotel reviews so consider comparing to another guide book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good, but the contents section needs improving Sept. 4 2011
By Sherry Campbell - Published on
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I've slated Frommers France for not having a contents section and when you're reading a digital version of a travel book it's unforgiveable to not have one. It's not like you can flip through the pages as you would a physical book. Without a contents section you're reduced to methodically advancing each page until you find what you want (which may even be at the back of the book). Frommers have at least tried to provide a contents section for this digital travel book but it is woeful. I mean, how much investment is really necesary in creating a visually-appealing, easy-to-negotiate contents section. This one looks like it's been designed by a computer-programmer - all function, no finesse...not even spacings or type-size to differentiate between the splurb of clickable contents. It's like some-one backed a dumpster up and offloaded the entire contents section in a heap. It's hard to read, hard to negotiate...but, hey, it's there. Woeful. But the travel content is good. Wake up Frommers and spend more than an hour of some apprentice-in-the-back-room's wages on providing digitally readable content.
Frommer's Northern Italy Oct. 19 2012
By demille - Published on
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The condition was like new, even the map. I have not actually made any arrangements yet, but have looked through the book and it seems to offer good advice on accomodations, dining and sight seeing, so I think it will be helpful.
Narrows Down Northern Italy Only June 23 2011
By E. Kennedy - Published on
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We are only traveling northern Italy and don't need books with all the rest. This book narrows down the info to what I need. I subscribe to daily Frommer's only site with travel tips, updates and readers inputs on topics and I do like their format.

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