Rome Secrets: Cuisine, Culture, Vistas, Piazzas

Images Publishing

Susan Wright

  • From magnificent squares to exquisite side streets, tucked-away gardens to quiet neighbourhood cafes and, of course, the architecture for which Rome is so famous, this richly illustrated volume shows the history and style that underline the Eternal City. See Rome through the seasons, or peer through some of the many secret doorways to see a side of the city hidden from the masses. ᅠ

    A modern guide for the urban aesthete and perfect for either those who have already fallen in love with Rome, or those planning a memorable first visit it is both an insightful travel resource and a love letter to the city that captures Romes history and atmosphere in spectacular detail.

  • ISBN: 9781864705225

    Dimensions: 286mm x 223mm

    Page Count: 224

    Publication Date: Sep 2013

    Colour: Full Colour

  • Country Home Ideas

    Filled with everything that makes the Eternal City so special, Rome Secrets takes you on a tour of this stunning city from a local's perspective. Written by professional photographer Susan Wright, this elegantly illustrated volume showcases the history and atmosphere of this ancient place. From magnificent squares and exquisite side streets to tucked-away gardens and quiet neighbourhood cafes and, of course, the architecture for which Rome is so famous, this book guides you through the city in all its seasons. - March 2014

    Cream Magazine

    Anyone whos been to Rome will tell you it is one of the most picturesque places on earth. With thousands of years of history, the Italian capital boasts some of the most magnificent architecture, fantastical gardens and the coolest of contemporary culture. This huge book compiled by avid travel writer Susan Wright is testament to all of the above: a modern guide for the urban aesthete; for travellers whove been there and done that, and those who just wanna dream of being there. - December 2013

    Travel Weekly

    Susan Wright's new homage to the city isnt afraid of the grittier side, away from the tourist traps, that locals experience. Susan Wright is a professional photographer of more than 20 years and she says that Rome is her great love, having moved there ten years ago. In the opening image graffiti, decaying walls and chipped paint are imbued with life as a lady carries shopping through a distant alleyway. - December 2013


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