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Italia! Guide magazine
In depth and essential guide to the regions of Italy
Italia!'s stand alone series of travel guides are essential reading for the independent traveller. They will help you plan your weekend breaks, days out and longer holidays in Italy. Produced to the same high standards as Italia! magazine with stunning photography, intelligent writing and packed with up-to-the-minute information and advice to inspire your travel plans. From perennial favourites Tuscany and Venice & the Veneto, the guides also cover Rome, the Lakes and the Islands as well as a comprehensive short breaks City Guide.
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