Languedoc-Roussillon (Cadogan Guides)

Languedoc Roussillon Cadogan Guides Admires the fabled Roman aqueduct of the Pont du Gard in Nimes swims in the lagoons along the coast and stops off at the seaside towns of Sete Maguelone and Agde enjoys a glass of vin in the beautifu

Admires the fabled Roman aqueduct of the Pont du Gard in Nimes swims in the lagoons along the coast and stops off at the seaside towns of Sete, Maguelone and Agde enjoys a glass of vin in the beautiful rural region of the Herault the most prolific wine producing area in France lets its hair down in the lively, fun filled bars and clubs of Montpellier

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Languedoc-Roussillon (Cadogan Guides)

  1. Dana Facaros wrote her first guide book the Greek Islands at age 20 in 1977, and husband Michael Pauls joined her a few years later in penning guides to Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica Along with Turkey, these books became the genesis of the first Cadogan Guides in 1985 These were a little revolution at the time guides for the independent traveller as the old slogan put it, with a rich and thorough treatment of history and culture, a little irreverence and a sense of fun.Over the next 30 plus years, the Dynamic Duo of Travel Writing as they ve been called have written over 40 guides to Greece, Turkey, Italy, France and Spain for both Cadogan and Footprint They even wandered further afield to write travel guides to Mars and Hell, and condensed some of the curiosities they ve learned along the way in a little ebook called Titmice, Turks and Marinated Mummies.Currently based in Southwest France, they have contributed to the Independent, the Sunday Times, the Sunday Times Travel Magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Guardian, the Telegraph, National Geographic Traveler s website and the travel magazine Wanderlust They appeared on Radio 4 s Excess Baggage, among other shows, and in two episodes of the series Mediterranean Tales Lion Television BBCFour , did their best to explain the life and history of Naples and Athens.At the moment, they are working hard at converting and expanding some of their guides into in depth travel apps Barcelona Art Culture and Venice Art Culture are currently both out in the Apple App Store and on Google Play the Ultimate Italian Menu Decoder and Bologna Art Culture will follow shortly.

343 Reply to “Languedoc-Roussillon (Cadogan Guides)”

  1. Superb introduction to Languedoc Roussillon history, art and topics of special interest Cathar country here we come It s far expansive in detail but as tiny in print than our beloved Michelin guide just the facts, Ma am , so a great complement I much prefer guides that don t waste space on places eat or stay it s here, yes, but only in small bits Precious space is reserved for explanation of sights and history spose I should reserve final judgment until after our trip, but I think we ve found a [...]


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