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En esta isla los paseos por la costa emocionan, la prehistoria resulta intrigante y cuatro millones de ovejas, las dueñas de la carretera, acompañan a los viajeros. Cerdeña cautiva con su agreste interior, sus hermosas playas y sus atractivas extravagancias.
Incluye:
.Capítulos especiales sobre actividades al aire libre, el litoral de la isla, las rutas menos trilladas, la cocina sarda y mucho más.
.Y además: fotos sugerentes, prácticos mapas, herramientas para planificar el viaje e información en profundidad sobre: Cagliari, la Sarrabus, Iglesias y el suroeste, Oristano y el oeste, Alghero y el noroeste, Olbia, la Costa Esmeralda, La Gallura, Nuoro y el este.

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Kerry Christiani, galardonada escritora de viajes, es autora de unas 20 guías de Lonely Planet. Especialista en Europa central y mediterránea, colabora regularmente en publicaciones digitales y prensa escrita, como Olive, Lonely Planet Traveller y bbc.com/travel. Kerry vive en la Selva Negra, Alemania.

Duncan Garwood es un escritor de viajes británico afincado en los montes Castelli Romani, a las afueras de Roma. Duncan se mudó a la capital italiana justo a tiempo para ver la entrada del nuevo milenio en el Coliseo. Desde entonces ha recorrido infinidad de kilometros caminando por su ciudad adoptiva y explorando las riquezas de la región del Lacio. Ha trabajado en las pasadas seis ediciones de la guía de Roma y también en ediciones anteriores de la versión Pocket Roma, además de un gran número de publicaciones para Lonely Planet Italia, periódicos y revistas.

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Grupo Planeta Spain
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Jul 30, 2015
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694
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9788408146704
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Spanish
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