Inland, surrounded by national parks, traditional villages and rare wildlife, stands the culturally vibrant, classically Habsburg capital of Zagreb. With informed recommendations of restaurants, hotels and nightspots, this title covers various aspects of this tourist region, from its peculiar history to its secluded beaches and hilltop villages.
Whether you're looking for the things not to miss at the Top 10 sights, or want to find the best nightspots of Budapest, this title features dozens of Top 10 lists - from the Top 10 museums to the Top 10 events and festivals - there's even a list of the Top 10 things to avoid.
Ideal for business or leisure, CityPack Buenos Aires is succinct with all the practical information you need for a perfect trip. Key features include selected Top 25 sights and experiences,; durable pull-out mapping pinpointing all the sights for easy use and self-guided tours to show you the best of the city.
Intended for business and leisure, this guide includes the practical information you need. It covers four main sections: Essential..., By Area, Where to Stay and Need to Know. It divides Madrid into colour-coded districts, with the colour-coding cross-referenced throughout each section. It lists top 25 sights.
Los Angeles, the capital of the West Coast, is a sprawling desert megalopolis and home to more stars than the sky at night. This work describes the sun-soaked beaches, celebrity-studded restaurants and general Hollywood glitz that draws tourists.
Bangkok's image has been transformed in the past few years, from the chaotic, sleazy, cliches of sensational headlines - into a confident city of design and sophistication. This title chronicles this new identity, its dynamic popular culture, and the contemporary faces of its rich traditions.
Beijing is big news. It's not just the Olympics, which the city hosts in 2008 and which China sees as a key opportunity to bag even more gold medals than at previous competitions. As the nerve centre of China's economic boom, whole swathes of the city have become huge construction sites with glass-walled skyscrapers rising high above the ancient alleyways and imperial palaces. As the government sloughs off a century of Communist dogma, technology, fashion, film and tourism are thriving.
Along with tips on how to experience the city of Rio de Janeiro, from baile funk parties to the boutique hotels, this book includes guides to its relaxing destinations. Written by Rio-based journalists and writers, it is guide to the world capital of football, samba, bossa nova, beachwear and parties.