Rick Steves' Rome 2012 Paperback – Sep 20 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Florence, Rome and Venice books.
His book gives you the type of information you actually need for your trip.
Transportation, places to eat and stay, the top places to see, dates and times
to keep in mind and most importantly how to avoid the long line-ups.
Knowing this information will save us valuable time on on trip.
He also looks at different passes that are available and will help you
determine if they are a good deal for you or not.
We have only a short amount of time for our trip, so we were going to
spend a lot of money on tours just so we could
"skip the lines", but now we have the inside track and can
do it ourselves and at our own pace.
I'm sure this book has saved us hundreds of dollars!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I'm giving it 4 rather than 5 stars because the book focuses a lot of attention on the very touristy areas west of the central train station, and doesn't give enough details about areas to the south and hardly any details about areas to the east. But, if you plan to stay/tour in the main historical center and/or Vatican City, then this book is fantastic!