Bursting with practical information and in-depth knowledge, Cadogan Guides also make a cracking good read. -- The Times
Cadogan are the pick of the bunch -- Daily Telegraph
Classy but colourful with it...and offers advice on everything from walks to restaurants -- The Scotsman
Its difficult to praise the Cadogan books too highly...good writing, amusing comment and invaluable advice -- The Independent
The best guidebook I discovered was the Cadogan Guide to Tunisia -- Jewish Telegraph
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Fishes are everywhere in Tunisia. They adorn lorries, pregnant mothers and babies necklaces, and lie glistening in ancient mosaics and in artful tableaux beside charcoal barbecues. They turn up in conversation, in modern painting, in casual greetings and in propitious dreams, particularly in groups of five. For the fish is both a symbol of good luck and fertility, and something of a national totem. Start your holiday auspiciously in a seafood restaurant beside the sea, and the country begins to reveal itself.