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Random House, Inc.
This opening fold-out contains a general map of Venice to help you visualize the 6 large districts discussed in this guide, and 4 pages of valuable information, handy tips and useful addresses.

Discover Venice through 6 districts and 6 maps

Piazza San Marco/ Castello (southwest)
San Marco/ Accademia/ Dorsoduro (east)
Dorsoduro (west)
Rialto/ San Polo/ Santa Croce
Cannaregio/ Ghetto Nuovo
Fondamenta Nuove/ Castello (north)

For each district there is a double-page of addresses (restaurants — listed in ascending order of price — cafés, bars, music venues and stores) followed by a fold-out map for the relevant area with the essential places to see (indicated on the map by a star *). These places are by no means all that Venice has to offer but to us they are unmissable. The grid-referencing system (A B2) makes it easy for you to pinpoint addresses quickly on the map.

Transportation and hotels in Venice
The last fold-out consists of a transportation map and 4 pages of practical information that include a selection of hotels.
A thematic index lists all the sites and addresses featured in this guide

Publisher: New York : Knopf, [2001]
Edition: First American edition
Copyright Date: ©2001
ISBN: 9780375709494
Branch Call Number: 914.531 VENIC
Characteristics: F leaves : color illustrations, color maps ; 17 cm
Additional Contributors: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc
Notes: Originally published in Paris by Nouveaux Loisirs and in Milan by Touring Editore, 2000
Includes index
All pages fold out into larger sheets
"The city in section-by-section maps"--Cover


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