Calabria

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Se describen los 800 km de las costas vírgenes de Calabria, así como también los parques y las reservas naturales, junto con los deportes disponibles.
Esta guía te hará un recorrido por Calabria, que empieza en Maratea, pasando por Papasidero, Cosenza, las montañas de la Sila, Crotone, Pizzo Calabro, Tropea, Capo Vaticano, Locri, Pentedattilo y termina en Reggio Calabria.
Incluye fotos y descripciones de las atracciones de todas las localidades, información de viaje y platos regionales.
Por último, contiene muchas opiniones sobre los restaurantes recomendados, que se ubican en las correspondientes ciudades, con todos los detalles: el nombre, la dirección y el número de teléfono y la evaluación.
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Babelcube Inc
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Published on
Jan 5, 2018
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Pages
1000
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ISBN
9781547513109
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Language
Spanish
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Genres
Travel / General
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David Herbert Lawrence, el famoso escritor inglés, amaba Italia. La recorrió a lo largo y a lo ancho, a menudo a pie. Cerdeña lo inspiró y le dedicó un libro, "Sea and Sardinia", donde escribió: "Cerdeña ha quedado fuera del tiempo y de la historia". Por supuesto, nada queda fuera del tiempo ni de la historia.
Pero la afirmación de Lawrence tiene una cierta verdad "poética" que captura y sintetiza una sensación común a todos los que visitan Cerdeña: la sensación de que uno se encuentra en una región en la cual la increíble belleza de la naturaleza, las límpidas aguas del mar, el carácter reservado y genuino de su gente y la exquisitez de sus recetas típicas, junto con las antiguas tradiciones y las variadas expresiones de la cultura sarda nunca cambiarán.
A pesar de los giros y vueltas de la historia, y a pesar del paso del tiempo, los fenicios, los cartagineses, los romanos, los árabes, los bizantinos y los españoles llegaron a esta espléndida isla: Cerdeña asimiló y reinterpretó todas esas influencias y las integró a su propia cultura, pero sin permitir que su corazón, su profundo modo de sentir, cambiara o se alterara.
Esta es una guía para visitar Cerdeña desde 10 días a dos semanas.
El itinerario empieza en Olbia, en la Costa Smeralda, y luego sigue por La Maddalena, Porto Torres, Sassari, Alghero, Macomer y sus nuraghi, Oristano, Iglesias, Cagliari, Sorgono, Nuoro y Orosei.
Hay descripciones y fotos de las atracciones, además de la descripción de las mejores playas cerca de las localidades mencionadas.
Encontrarán varios platos típicos sardos con sus recetas y fotos.
Hay información de cómo llegar a Cerdeña, ya sea por avión o ferri.
Y además hay comentarios de varios restaurantes de las ciudades mencionadas. La guía está organizada de manera circular: se puede empezar en Olbia o en cualquier otra ciudad a la que se llega en ferri.
Often called the Switzerland of the South, Calabria covers the mountainous toe of Italy. Here one finds the most beautiful forests, and the hillsides are covered with the white leaves of ancient olive trees.

Traveling between the Calabrian mountains, in a vast land of magnificent beauty, you are in a region bounded with two seas of approximately eight hundred kilometers coasts, where for this particular configuration, incalculable views are present and where the nature has plot in a magnificent way the lines that talent and human work must follow, or art efforts can improve.

Closed in the north with the Pollino and Orsomarso imponent relieves, Calabria has a predominantly territory mountainous, vast green reserves, and lakes with robust splendor inside Sila, demoted summit to peak into the sea on the Range Coast, very high silver firs and rushing streams on the Serre, the last window on the Mediterranean between the Aspromonte summits.

Calabria’s 800 km of pristine coastline are described in detail, as well as the Nature parks and reserves. The Sports available are included.

This guide also leads you in a drive through Calabria, starting from Maratea and then going to Papasidero, Cosenza, the Sila mountains, Crotone, Pizzo Calabro, Tropea and Capo Vaticano, Locri, Pentedattilo, to end up in Reggio Calabria.

It includes photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched, as well as travel info.

It includes info on regional food.

It contains many reviews for the best-recommended restaurants that are at the location described; you have the necessary information ready: the name, address and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.

Turin, the regional capital of Piedmont, is reputed to be a magical city. And it can only be by magic that a town, considered to be the capital of Italian heavy industry (FIAT, one of the biggest automobile producers in the world, is based here), is also one of the main tourist attractions of Italy.

Of course, there are good reasons for this. In the cathedral of Turin is kept the Holy Shroud, the ancient linen winding-sheet in which, according to the tradition, the body of Christ was wrapped after his crucifixion. At Turin, there is also the Egyptian Museum, which contains an extraordinary collection of art from Ancient Egypt, and the Sabauda Gallery, full of masterpieces by great European artists.

Finally, at Turin there are some tremendous monumental testimonies to the vital role played by Piedmont in modern Italian history, as the seat of the House of Savoy (the reigning dynasty of Italy until 1946) and the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy: the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama, the Mole Antonelliana, and the Royal Villa at Stupinigi.

The natural landscape is splendid and varied: mountains, valleys, hills (the Langhe are famous as the setting for many stories by Cesare Pavese and Beppe Fenoglio, famous writers from Piedmont), lakes (Maggiore, with Stresa, d’Orta, di Viverone), and the Valgrande National Park.

This is a guide to Turin, for a visit lasting two, three or more days.

There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions: museums, churches, nightlife and other attractions.

It contains reviews of places where to eat.

The guide is divided into sections covering single days or half days so you can combine several parts depending on the length of your stay and your preference of what o see.

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