Croatia (2nd ed.)
(Cadogan Guides USA)
published 2009 • 5 ½”x 8 ¼” • 376 pages • full-color photos • maps
ISBN 9781566567664 • paperback • $21.95 •
“…infectious enthusiasm and solid practicality,” —Michael Palin
Relax into the heady mix of central European style and Mediterranean easy living that is modern Croatia. Cadogan’s expert author describes the very best of the country’s spectacular coastal villages, thousand islands and historic cities, discovering Roman palaces, gushing waterfalls and idyllic bays.
Hand-picked, welcoming places to stay and eat, easy-to-use maps, clear layout and rich cultural background detail combine with vibrant advice on everything from soaring mountains and lush national parks to historic cities and Roman remains.
Fascinating glimpses into Croatia’s cultural tectonics compliment itineraries for food-lovers and architecture buffs, whilst the lowdown on wine-tasting and outdoor activities gives a taste of modernity in a guide that is as informative as it is inspiring.
James Stewart was born in Bangor, Northern Ireland and studied music and journalism as a postgraduate, after which he took to editing, travel and writing in a big way. He is also the author of the Cadogan guide to Slovenia.
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