Budapest has it all: spectacular architecture, award-winning cultural festivals, Michelin-starred restaurants, historic thermal baths and business-friendly hotels. The authors are winners of the British Guild of Travel Writers Best Guidebook Award and share their enthusiasm for the city in an engaging and witty style. Thoroughly updated, the third edition of Budapest is packed with up-to-the-minute information on hotels, cafés, bars and restaurants, as well as new walks. It provides travellers with all they need on where to stay, eat and drink, and what to see and do.
With numerous air and rail links, keen foreign interest in the local property market, a solid spot in the world's top-10 conference destinations for business, and significant recent investment in hotels, spas and other facilities, Hungary's tourist industry is booming. The first edition of Bradt's Hungary was voted Best Guide Book of the Year by the British Guild of Travel Writers; this thoroughly updated second edition further strengthens the guide, offering expanded coverage of the resort-destination of Lake Balaton (which now has its own airport), new walking trails in the countryside, details of the best thermal baths, information on dental and medical tourism, and much more.
The ex-Yugoslav region of Serbia is experiencing a re- launch of tourism that has opened up the country to both tourists and those involved in investment projects. This new guide covers fundamentals such as getting there, a range of local travel options including cycling and driving tours, and accommodation for all budgets and styles. With Serbia as a prime destination for winter sports, mountain resorts as well as a range of health spas in spectacular settings are covered.
This second edition of Cayman Islands: The Bradt Travel Guide covers everything from restaurants to adventure activities, including some of the best diving in the world. Whether you are a beginner or a more experienced diver, there is something to suit all levels, with maps pinpointing amazing dive sites, and information on specialist operators, underwater photography, and boat charters. The combination of crystal-clear Caribbean waters and the walls for which the islands have become famous cannot fail to inspire awe and wonder. Drag yourself away from those white-sand beaches and you can head off in search of iguanas, mysterious caves or even ghosts. The guide is complete with historical background information and natural history for those who want to dig deeper and unlock the true spirit of Cayman. This guide features: · Grand Cayman and the sister islands of Little Cayman and Cayman Brac · Water sports, from diving and snorkelling to waverunners and parasailing · Wide-ranging accommodation, including hotels, dive lodges, resorts and guesthouses · Restaurant guide, from international cuisine to Cayman specialties · Natural history and conservation
Summer of Blood breaks new ground in its portrayal of the personalities and politics of the bloody days of June 1381. Breathing life into one of British history's most colourful yet under-explored episodes, Dan Jones recreates the dangerous world of the fourteenth century: a time when pain, squalor, misery and disease formed the fabric of daily life. Yet this was also an era of humanity, charity and social responsibility, one which people genuinely believed could be made better.
A full length guide to the attractions of this popular stop-over destination for tourists and business people Singapore is revealed to have much more to offer a traveler outside its metropolitan downtown zones
The long-standing Michelin Travel Guides are an ideal travel companion for travelers who really want to connect with the world. Get to know the local way of life through detailed background information on the country, people, and culture. Quickly identify the best places to visit using Michelin's star rating system. The best sites are highlighted on the sites map or you can follow a pre-planned driving tour. Experience two towns in one with Michelin's Green Guide Budapest and Hungary: Hungary's capital, Budapest, comprises Buda and Pest. Join the locals for a morning dip in a thermal bath in Buda, visit Pest's museums in the afternoon, and end your day with an evening cruise down the Danube. Whether it's a day trip to Lake Balaton or a walk around Bkki Nemzeti Park, Hungary has a wealth of opportunities for any sightseer.