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Zagreb (Bradt Travel Guides (City Guides)) Paperback – 11 May 2007
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From the Author
Sarah Parkes writes: "I've been travelling to Zagreb with
Piers ever since we started researching the Bradt Guide to Croatia in 2002,
and it remains one of my favourite cities in the world. Big enough to boast
great cultural events, gigs, cafés, bars, nightclubs and restaurants, and a
terrific vibe at any time of year; but small enough to manage on foot or by
Zagreb's wonderful clanking trams. It's a city of wonderful contrasts -
between the great Habsburg splendour of the lower town and the steep paved
streets of the upper; between monumental museums and galleries on the one
hand and intimate bars and clubs on the other; between the busy urban city
below and the sweeping forests on Mount Medvednica above; between
Italian-style ice-cream and hearty Croatian specialities.
It's a real pleasure to have been able to spend so much time in Zagreb over
the past few years, and to research and write this new guide to the city -
the most comprehensive, useful, up-to-date and (we hope) amusing work
you'll find on the subject."
About the Author
Born and educated in the UK, Piers Letcher has lived in France since 1984. As an independent writer and photographer he has published 17 books, along with more than a thousand newspaper and magazine articles and hundreds of photographs. Piers has also worked for the United Nations, where he wrote speeches for many prominent people, including Nelson Mandela. A highly successful freelance writer, Sarah Parkes also works intermittently as a consultant with the United Nations in Geneva.
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Helpful Maps, and useful transport info is always included in these guides and in the city of Zagrebs'size allows you to maximise your quality time !!
Beats nearly all the other guides on the shelf, ---- and a handy size for the day-sack !!
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