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National Geographic Walking Istanbul, Rutherford,  Tristan
National Geographic Walking Istanbul
Tristan Rutherford

Paperback $29.99 - RANDOM HOUSE US
Travel - Published: 30/May/2016 - ISBN: 9781426216367

"See the best of Istanbul with this streamlined walking guide, complete with step-by-step itineraries and maps to help you explore the city like a pro and navigate like a local. Created in a handy, take-along format, this guide, written by a seasoned travel writer, conjures the spirit of the place in elegant text enhanced stunning photography. More than just a guidebook, Walking Istanbul is full of information about the city and its people." "TRISTAN RUTHERFORD has visited more than 60 countries and written about 30 of them for The Times and The Atlantic, among others. He was smitten by his first grilled squid and raki dinner by the Bosphorus in 1995, and has been returning ever since. In Istanbul he rates the Grand Bazaar among his favorite Turkish sights. Tristan also lectures in travel journalism at Central Saint Martins University in London. KATHRYN TOMASETTI was educated in Milwaukee, Milan, and Manchester. She now writes about food and travel in Turkey for The Guardian and Delicious magazine. Her favorite Istanbul sight is Orhan Pamuk's Museum of Innocence in the backstreets of ukurcuma. For food shopping, Tomasetti takes the ferry across the Bosphorus to the fish markets of Kadik y."

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