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Independent Walkers Guide To Italy [Paperback]

Frank Booth
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Aug. 1 1996 Independent Walker
Thirty-five breathtaking walks are highlighted, along with a variety of distinctive regional and thematic itineraries, essential information about Italy, and how to best organize valuable time. Photos and maps.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful and amusing Sept. 15 2000
By sucheng
Format:Paperback
We spent 6 days in Italy, and ended up only doing 2 of the walks (plus visited the site of a 3rd), but found this book a great resource for getting away from the crowds, without being in the back of beyond. It provided ideas for some truly unique places to go that weren't on the usual "tourist's map" of Italy. Also, one of the hotel recommendations in the beginning (there aren't many -- the book is not at all a comprehensive guide) was a great find. We did find at least one discrepancy in a trail marking (at the end of the Florence walk), so be alert and flexible!
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5.0 out of 5 stars kept us busy for our 2 week vacation Oct. 9 1999
Format:Paperback
We spent 2 weeks in Italy and did 6 walks. We would love to do more. This was a very easy guide to follow and you could make this the only book you need. Can't wait to try another one soon.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful and amusing Sept. 15 2000
By sucheng - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
We spent 6 days in Italy, and ended up only doing 2 of the walks (plus visited the site of a 3rd), but found this book a great resource for getting away from the crowds, without being in the back of beyond. It provided ideas for some truly unique places to go that weren't on the usual "tourist's map" of Italy. Also, one of the hotel recommendations in the beginning (there aren't many -- the book is not at all a comprehensive guide) was a great find. We did find at least one discrepancy in a trail marking (at the end of the Florence walk), so be alert and flexible!
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5.0 out of 5 stars kept us busy for our 2 week vacation Oct. 9 1999
By nick name - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
We spent 2 weeks in Italy and did 6 walks. We would love to do more. This was a very easy guide to follow and you could make this the only book you need. Can't wait to try another one soon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Humorous but Precise April 1 2013
By Dennis Fiedler - Published on Amazon.com
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Frank Booth provides precise instructions for navigating on hugely less populated pathways in Italy. He does so in such an entertaining manner that the book is fun to read even if you never get on one of the out of the way paths. But his commentary will inspire you with confidence and joy to get out and do it.
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