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Blue Guide Yugoslavia (Blue Guides) epub ebook

by Paul Blanchard

Blue Guide Yugoslavia (Blue Guides) epub ebook

Author: Paul Blanchard
Language: English
Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc (July 1, 1989)
ISBN: 039330485X
ISBN13: 978-0393304855
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 109
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This new Blue Guide provides detailed coverage of Yugoslavia, its complex history, rich artistic heritage and varied beauty

The only colour to go: BLUE. com User, March 28, 2002. For many years, I have used the Blue Guides. They consistently provide the most in-depth information particularly regarding any aspect of the arts. They are also amazingly thorough.

More by Paul Blanchard. Yugoslavia (Blue Guides). Fast PR: Give Yourself a Huge Media Boost. Venice & North East Italy (Serial). Blue Guide Northern Italy from the Alps to the Adriatic (12th edn). Art/Shop/Eat Florence.

Paul Blanchard has written Blue Guide Northern Italy and Blue Guide Southern Italy. Born in Amsterdam, New York, he has lived in Italy for more than thirty years. they see the Sistine Chapel before lunch. The Blue Guides are not those books.

This new Blue Guide provides detailed coverage of Yugoslavia, its complex history, rich artistic heritage and varied beauty.

The Blue Guides are a series of detailed and authoritative travel guidebooks focused on art, architecture, and (where relevant) archaeology along with the history and context necessary to understand them. A modicum of practical travel information, with recommended restaurants and hotels, is also generally included. The first Blue Guide – London and its Environs – was published in 1918 by the Scottish brothers James and Findlay Muirhead.

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Detailed guide books for the independent traveller. The Blue Guides have been setting the standard for travel guides since 1918, when the first Blue Guide "London and its Environs" was published by the Scottish brothers James and Findlay Muirhead.

Blue Badge Tourist Guides. Guide London’s guides are special. Blue Badge Tourist Guides, due to their unparalleled knowledge, are the only external guides permitted to guide the major sites – . St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Tower of London and Windsor Castle. That’s because we are trained and qualified Blue Badge Tourist Guides who know London better than anyone. We are versatile and are just as comfortable leading coach parties as we are giving private car tours in London or beyond.

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Briefly describes the history, geography, and culture of Yugoslavia, suggests a detailed itinerary, and provides information about points of interest along the route
Reviews (3)
DEAD-SHOT
WONDERFUL, EVEN IF OLDER

Phain
For many years, I have used the Blue Guides. They consistently provide the most in-depth information particularly regarding any aspect of the arts.They are also amazingly thorough. On a recent trip to Bologna, Italy, others in the choir I was touring with were at a loss as to what to do because their pretty guides with all the pictures and 3d floor plans (guess which), only had 3 pages for the city. My blue guide had 11 pages...in small print telling me of fascinating doorways to poke my head through to see a magnificent courtyard, etc.
I have borrowed the Blue Guide to Yugoslavia from my local library because, as it is out of print, I am having difficulty finding one to buy. Predictably, having been buried in it for one week now, I am fretting that the 3 weeks I have planned for Croatia next summer will not be enough.
Practical information is at a minimum in the guides but there are lots of other sources for this sort of thing.
For detailed, thorough information, the Blue Guides are the only way to go!

BlackBerry
This travel guide is out of date and irrelevant for all travelers visiting former jugoslav states.

It has been over 10 yrs that this state is down and since Blue Guide did not bother to rewrite new ones, go for other publishers who did so.

Like stylish and casual guides? Try Bradt Travel Guides if going to Slovenia or Croatia..

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