Comments on Blue Guide Concise Italy

Blue Guides coverage of Italy is colossal in its scope: 9 guides to the regions and cities of Italy are currently in print, totalling 5,000 pages of material. This brand-new guide draws on the depth and range of previous Blue Guides to offer the ultimate concise guide to the entire country. A 400-page distillation that features the erudition and detailed knowledge that have made Blue Guides the choice of discerning travellers everywhere, Blue Guide Concise Italy is an ideal companion for the first time visitor, or any visitor with an interest in the country’s art, history and culture. In full colour, with a focus on covering key sites in sufficient depth, its concentration on Italy’s art history and architecture is supplemented by Blue Guide’s shortlist recommendations of hotels and restaurants.

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  1. On my recent car holiday in Italy I booked a few hotels and Bed and Breakfast places mentioned / recommended in your Blue Guide Italy (2009 edition). I was absolutely not disappointed, on the contrary. However one of your addresses needs a little update:

    Page 12, Valle d’Aosta, Donnas
    € La Maisons des Vignerons The description and the price range are both absolutely correct, it’s really a very nice place with beautiful rooms, a nice garden and a delicious breakfast. Now, what has changed?
    – since the birth of her son a few years ago Ms. Lea Costabloz (the host, in cc) doesn’t serve dinner anymore (previously on request)
    – due to a recent new renumbering, the address is now Grand Vert 224 (and no longer 100)
    – Ms. Costabloz would prefer to see her mobile phone appear 0347 433 49 36 (rather than the mentioned land line now) I hope it can be useful to you as well as to Ms. Costabloz.

  2. We read your “Concise Italy” mainly after our trip–Rome, Florence, Sicily–and wished we’d spent more time on it before. In 14 days you can’t see everything so the focus in this was really good, theres stuff in the neighborhoods where we were we wish we’d seen.
    By the way we found all the information offices in Syracuse were closed for some reason?

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