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Venice Travel Books

There are more than a handful of excellent books about the beautiful Italian city of Venice, however, you might not find one perfect book to review everything there is to know about Venice! That`s why one has to carefully select the topic one would like to research/read about regarding the incredible town called Venezia (Venice). There are excellent books about the history of the city like A History of Venice by John Julius Norwich, fantastic books about venice`s architecture The Architectural History of Venice by Deborah Howard or even books about the food in Venice Venice and Food by Sally Spector

When you buy books about Venice

Make sure the book is specifically about the city of Venice or at least it is the "main theme" of a book about the Veneto. There is nothing more irritating than to buy a book about a specific region but you end up with an overview rather than in depth information of your favourite destination. Make sure that you buy a book that's not too old (published date) because the travel information could be out dated. If possible buy a book about Venice that has plenty of pictures 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 Venice available. I hope you find the selection useful. Happy reading!

Very good travel books about Venice

AAA Guide

205 pages

Like no other travel books, the AAA Guides combine cutting edge design, a thoroughly market-tested approach, and the enormous trustworthiness of AAA.
Venice

192 pages

22 Self-guided Tours. 49 Maps. One Great Trip. At last, a travel guide that tells you how to see the best of everything-in the smartest, most time-efficient way.
Lonely Planet

308 pages

Drift along in a gondola or dance the night away at a masked ball, however you want to spend your time in Venice, this guide revels the best of this city.
Rick Steves'

336 pages

Who but Rick Steves can tell travelers the best way to see St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection?
Eyewitness

160 pages

With it`s brand new design and an excellent price, DK raises once again the bar on travel guides to Venice with its new Top Ten Travel Guide series.
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