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Rome Travel Books

There are plenty of excellent books about the "eternal city" Rome, however, you might not find the perfect book to review everything there is to know about Rome! That`s the reason why one has to select carefully the topic one would like to read about regarding the beautiful city of Rome. There are excellent books about the history of the city like Rome : The Biography of a City by Christopher Hibbert, fantastic books about Rome`s architecture The Architecture of Rome by Stefan Grundmann or even books about the restaurant szene in Rome Time for Food: Rome by Thomas Cook Publishing

When you buy books about the city of Rome

Make sure the book is specifically about Rome or at least it is the "main theme" of a book about the region of Latium. There are only few things nothing more irritating than to buy a book with just an overview rather than in depth information of your favourite destination.

Also be sure that you buy a travel guide that is not too old (published date) because the information could be out dated. If possible buy a book about Rome with many images of the town. After all, you would like to see as much of the city as possible, so you can plan your trip accordingly. We've collected the (in our opinion) best travel books about Rome available. I hope you find the selection useful. Happy reading!

Very good travel books about Rome

Frommer's Guide

224 pages

Looking for a travel guide that goes where other guides fear to tread? One that rides roughshod over ad-copy puffery to smartly deliver the real scoop on a destination's sites and attractions?
City Walks Deck

50 pages

The ultimate travel accessory for wanderers who want to experience the city of Rome like a native-namely on foot! Perfect for a first-time visitor or those who just want to discover new terrain.
Rick Steves'

472 pages

Who but Rick Steves can tell travelers the best way to see St. Peter's, the Sistine Chapel, and the Colosseum? With Rick Steves' Rome 2008, travelers can experience the best of everything Rome has to offer.
Blue Guide Rome

623 pages

Comprehensive guide to one of the world's most intriguing cities. With detailed walking tours and helpful guides to the abundance of art, this is an essential guide for anyone interested in an in-depth view of Rome.
Rome with Kids

240 pages

Scrambling around ruins; exploring underground excavations; searching for gladiators, secret passageways, and creepy skeletons; feasting on pizza and gelato-Rome with Kids is a dream.
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