Thank you for publishing such a wonderful informative guide to the Greek Islands. I have really enjoyed reading it and I know it is more informative than any other I have.
I have recently returned from a fantastic trip to the Greek Islands, I used your book as a wonderful reference every step of the way. I have further recommended your book to other travelers. I cannot thank you enough.
The Cadogan guide to Crete was full of information, which was eas to access and attractively presented... I look forward to my return trip to Crete next May. Once again I shall take an extra week to explore more the island and Cadogan shall go with me.
Dear Dana Facaros, Following two wonderful self-organised holidays in the Peloponnese I have finally got round to saying that your book with Linda Theodorou is the best guide we have ever had. It was with us at all times. It covered everything; it gave us history, archeology, food and cooking specialities and what we had to see and how and why and when - and what was so valuable places to stay and eat that were genuine and at prices we could manage. We also enjoyed the wit and humour. It really was a model guide and we loved it.
Bursting with personal knowledge and practical information from the prolific authors Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls, plus fully updated by a writer with intimate local knowledge Full information on Crete s ancient sites, and a guide to the best beaches Complete with 21 easy-to-use maps and site plans, 320 hand-picked places to stay, and over 290 recommendations for bars, cafÃ©s and... read more
This is a landmark travel guide--Greece joins the ranks of outstanding Cadogan country guides, including Italy and France. The acclaimed author, Dana Facaros, is half-Greek and visits annually. Her co-author, Linda Theodorou, lives in the Peloponnese. Together, they share 60 years of Greek travel experience!Greece is an increasingly popular choice for American visitors; 2.5... read more
Now in its 9th edition, Greek Islands was the very first Cadogan guide and it remains a bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic. Now fully redesigned, this new edition contains the most up-to-the-minute practical information and listings, along with color photographs and detailed maps – everything you need for your very own island adventure. The author Dana Facaros, who is... read more
|Peloponnese & Athens
Europe's most ancient capital has sashayed into the new millennium in style after a decade of primping for the 2004 Olympics. For a change of pace, the Saronic islands are close by, and excursions north to Thebes and Delphi are easy, while just over the Corinth Canal lies the majestic, enigmatic Peloponnese, garden of Greece and cradle of her oldest myths. Names such as Olympia, Sparta, Arcadia,... read more