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Bradt North Cyprus (Bradt Travel Guides) ペーパーバック – イラスト付き, 2015/8/7
North Cyprus Travel Guide - Expert tips and travel information on everything from Lefkosa hotels and restaurants to political history, ancient Roman sites and ruins. This guide also includes suggested itineraries, day trips and tours, wildlife, natural history, Buffavento, Girne, St Hilarion Castle, Bellapais Abbey, Kantara Castle, Salamis and Gazimagusa beaches.
Diana has written and recently updated Bradt's Eastern Turkey as well as Syria: the Bradt Travel Guide and co-authored Bradt's Oman. She purchased an old merchant's house in Damascus, devoting much time to its restoration, prior to Syria's recent troubles. This is documented in her recently published book, My House in Damascus.
This edition has been updated by Murray Stewart. In 2009, Murray gave up a senior role with a large accountancy firm to pursue his passion for travel-writing. He has worked as an English teacher in Mexico and Chile, as a corporate restructurer in Bulgaria and as a consultant in Spain. He speaks four languages, and has twice walked the Camino Santiago, raising thousands of pounds for charity in the process. He has visited 56 countries and his on-line travel guides have won two prizes. Murray spent some time living in North Cyprus in 2010/2011, updating Edition 7 of North Cyprus: The Bradt Travel Guide and has returned there for this 8th edition.
- 出版社 : Bradt Pubns; 第8版 (2015/8/7)
- 発売日 : 2015/8/7
- 言語 : 英語
- ペーパーバック : 200ページ
- ISBN-10 : 1841629162
- ISBN-13 : 978-1841629162
- 寸法 : 13.67 x 1.09 x 21.56 cm
This is a pretty comprehensive guide to North Cyprus full of interesting background information on the island. There is so much history to uncover in Cyprus and this guide includes a timeline of important events dating from 6000BC right through to more recent years. The division between the Turkish controlled North and Greek controlled South of the island is complex and versions of events are likely to differ depending on whether you ask someone from Greek or Turkish descent but the information included in this guide is factual and seems pretty non-biased which I appreciated.
As well as the history of the island you'll also find information on the types of flora and fauna you can expect to see, detailed information about the different regions in the North and notes about most of the main tourist attractions as well as the usual tourist tips and info you'd expect from a tour guide and some handy Turkish language hints. There are countless mosques, churches, monasteries, castles and even Roman ruins to explore, beautiful beaches (I wish we'd travelled at the right time to see the turtles who come every year to lay their eggs), wonderful scenery and friendly people. The North side of the island is much poorer than the South so they rely on tourism to boost their economy and because of that they're really very warm and welcoming.
Cyprus really is a beautiful island and the North is far less built up than the South which actually made it a really nice place to visit, you won't find western chains of shops and restaurants there (although everything is still priced in Euros so I'd recommend taking those not Turkish Lira) and it's far less unspoiled than most tourist destinations. This was really noticeable in the capital city Lefkoşa (Turkish) / Nicosia (Greek) which is split in two by the green line, a barbwire barricaded no mans land that marks the boarder between the North and South. If you have your passport you can walk across the boarder in certain places after passing through two checkpoints and as soon as you cross to the Greek south side you'll see an immediate difference spotting chains like Starbucks and KFC that are completely absent in the North.
This guide was published in 2015 so I expect some of the hotel and restaurant information is probably out of date by now but we did a week long coach touring trip that took us around most of the North so we didn't really need that information anyway. It did include information about most of the places we visited and although our tour guide was extremely knowledgable it was nice to be able to look up extra information in the book too and have it as a reference guide to look back on now we're home. If you're looking for a guide for Northern Cyprus then I'd highly recommend this one and the island itself is well worth paying a visit to.
We were on a tour of the area and this book covered almost everything that we saw - in much more detail than our human guide and he was pretty good.
There are a few inconsistencies across the book which have been caused when updates have been applied and not comprehensively checked, for example we stayed in a hotel which one part of the book says is closed and another part recommends it.
That aside I absolutely loved the slightly humorous approach taken by the author who often takes a wry look at the country but always manages to inform with plenty of history thrown in (not an easy task with such a complicated country).
There were many small details that I would have missed without the book and it became a permanent fixture in my hand for the whole week.