The guide starts with a rundown of Indias Top 25 Attractions, ranging from the splendors of the Taj Mahal to the atmospheric Varanasi ghats. In the Trip Planner youll find itineraries outlining how best to maximise your time in the sub-continent, whether you have two weeks to travel Indias Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra, and Rajasthan, or five weeks to explore the heights of the Himalaya.
The Places Section tackles each of Indias regions in turn - starting with the historic but forward-looking capital of Delhi and finishing up in the lush backwaters of Kerala. Each chapter is color-coded for easy reference, and features everything youll need to know about the sights and attractions in the area as well as maps to help you get around and carefully chosen listings of the best places to sleep, eat, drink, and get active. The Places section is interspersed with fully mapped tours, suggesting walks including around the Red Fort and Qutb Minar sites in Delhi and among the atmospheric ruins of Hampi, and Cultural Spreads that give a striking insight into an element of Indias artistic, popular or religious culture, from Bollywood in Mumbai to pilgrimages in the northwest Himalaya.
Further practical advice is provided in a chapter dedicated to accommodations, transportation, health and safety, money and budgeting, responsible travel, and family holidays. The Setting the Scene chapter is devoted to Indias historical and cultural background, plus information on the countrys cuisine.
Finally, a handy 8-page Phrasebook section provides a wealth of language expertise for which the Berlitz brand is famous. Обо всём этом и не только в книге Berlitz Handbook: India (David Abram) скачать Berlitz Handbook: India, David Abram