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India Berlitz Pocket Guide (book)


Fully-revised and updated, this Berlitz Pocket Guide to India provides all the information you need in a handy, genuinely pocketable format, featuring a brand new cover and fresh page designs. Colour-coded sections allow you to locate the information you need quickly and full-colour, fold-out maps provide instant orientation wherever you are, making this guide ideal for on-the-spot-reference, as well as a fascinating background read. The Top 10 attractions are highlighted on a dedicated, double-page spread, capturing everything you simply can't afford to miss, helping you to prioritise your time and make the most of your stay. The guide features comprehensive coverage of the Taj Mahal, Delhi, Mumbai, the Ganges and much more. A dedicated 'Eating Out' section provides information on local specialities and useful Indian vocabulary to help you read the menu and place orders. The concise 'History' section, along with interesting features and cultural tips throughout the guide will help you truly get to the heart of this country and its unique heritage, covering everything from Mughals, maharajas and Mahatma Gandhi. An invaluable 'Travel Tips' section provides an A-Z summary of practical information, including accommodation for all budgets, transport, climate, health and medical care and much more. You will find beautiful colour photography accompanying the text throughout, making this guide a pleasure to read before, during and after your visit. [1]