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  • Rough Guides Snapshot South America on a Budget: Venezuela | Rough Guides
    Mérida plus Venezuela s huge array of natural attractions Los Roques Archipelago Parque Nacional Henri Pittier and the northwest coast Guayana including the Orinoco Delta the Amazon Parque Nacional Canaima and the Angel Falls Parque Nacional Mochima and the northeast coast and islands Also included is the basics section from The Rough Guide to South America on a Budget with all the practical information you need for travelling in and around Venezuela including transport costs health accommodation and culture plus a handy itineraries section Also published as part of The Rough Guide to South America on a Budget Rough Guides Snapshot South America on a Budget Venezuela is equivalent to 62 printed pages EBOOK 2 99 EPUB and MOBI GBP EUR USD Buy Ebook This item is already in your basket About ebook formats Published October 2015 Series Snapshots More Products South America Venezuela Related Guides 24 99 The Rough Guide to South America On a Budget View Guide 2 99 Southern Brazil Rough Guides Snapshot Brazil View Guide 2 99 Sao Paulo Rough Guides Snapshot Brazil View Guide 2 99 Rough Guides Snapshot South America on a Budget Uruguay View Guide 2 99 Rough Guides Snapshot South America on a Budget Paraguay View Guide 17 99 The Rough Guide to Colombia View Guide 2 99 Rough Guides Snapshot Peru Lima View Guide 20 99 The Rough Guide to Brazil View Guide 15 99 The Rough Guide to Peru View Guide 12 99 The Rough Guide to Ecuador the Galápagos Islands View Guide 17 99 The Rough Guide to Bolivia View Guide 2 99 Rough Guides Snapshot Chile Santiago View Guide 16 99 The Rough Guide to Chile View Guide 2 99 Rough Guides Snapshot Brazil Rio de Janeiro View Guide 12 99 The Rough Guide to First Time Around

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  • Best Places to Visit | Rough Guides
    to embrace your inner hippy The most beautiful places in India 20 brilliantly colourful places The most beautiful places in the USA as voted by you The most beautiful places in England 20 of the best family travel destinations In pictures around Italy in 16 foods 30 inspiring quotes to live by from around the world 20 seriously weird places around the world 20 of the best honeymoon destinations The most beautiful city in the world as voted by you View by Destination Africa Egypt Ethiopia Kenya Madagascar Mali Morocco Namibia Rwanda South Africa Tanzania Zanzibar Tunisia Asia Cambodia China India Indonesia Japan Laos Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Burma Nepal Philippines Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Taiwan Thailand United Arab Emirates Vietnam Australasia Australia Fiji New Zealand Central America the Caribbean Barbados Belize Costa Rica Cuba Guatemala Jamaica Panama Puerto Rico Trinidad Tobago Europe Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Middle East Dubai Israel Jordan North America Canada Mexico USA South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Ecuador Peru View by Theme Activity Architecture Beaches Belief Boats

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  • The least-friendly countries in the world | Rough Guides
    Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela UK View by Theme Activity Architecture Beaches Belief Boats sailing Budget travel Coasts islands Crafts and markets Cycling Deserts Discovery Diving snorkeling Everyday Life Extreme Adventure sports Family friendly Festivals events Food drink Heritage ruins Indigenous culture Leisure Luxury Mountains Museums art Music National parks reserves Nature Nightlife Novelty Off the beaten track People Photography Railway journeys Relaxation Road trips Romance Shopping Structures Surfing Tourist Trail Tradition Transport Walking trekking Wildlife Winter sports The least friendly countries for tourists By Lottie Gross June 25th 2013 View Comments Whether you re on a weekend away or a month long adventure being made to feel unwelcome by rude or unpleasant locals can make or break a holiday So if you don t want to be shunned by waitresses and dismissed by taxi drivers then Pakistan and Russia are apparently not for you Following an HSBC poll on the world s friendliest countries the World Economic Forum have published a list of the least friendly countries across the globe and despite its reputation France doesn t rank anywhere near the top According to the WEF report s section on the attitude of population toward foreign visitors measured on a scale of 1 very unwelcome to 7 very welcome using factors such as tourism infrastructure and data from the WEF s Executive Opinion Survey these are the top 10 least friendly countries in the world 10 Mongolia 9 Bulgaria 8 Slovakia 7 Pakistan 6 Iran 5 Latvia 4 Kuwait 3 Russia 2 Venezuela 1 Bolivia What do you think Have you had a warm welcome at any of these places Where would you say was the least welcoming place Gallery The friendliest countries in the world voted by you Tags Middle East South America

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  • Places To See Before They Disappear | Rough Guides
    of the cheapest places to travel 20 places to embrace your inner hippy The most beautiful places in India 20 brilliantly colourful places The most beautiful places in the USA as voted by you The most beautiful places in England 20 of the best family travel destinations In pictures around Italy in 16 foods 30 inspiring quotes to live by from around the world 20 seriously weird places around the world 20 of the best honeymoon destinations The most beautiful city in the world as voted by you View by Destination Africa Egypt Ethiopia Kenya Madagascar Mali Morocco Namibia Rwanda South Africa Tanzania Zanzibar Tunisia Asia Cambodia China India Indonesia Japan Laos Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Burma Nepal Philippines Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Taiwan Thailand United Arab Emirates Vietnam Australasia Australia Fiji New Zealand Central America the Caribbean Barbados Belize Costa Rica Cuba Guatemala Jamaica Panama Puerto Rico Trinidad Tobago Europe Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Middle East Dubai Israel Jordan North America Canada Mexico USA South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Ecuador Peru

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  • Travel Features by Nick Appleyard | Rough Guides
    New Guinea Samoa Tuvalu Vanuatu Central America the Caribbean Bahamas Belize Bermuda Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic El Salvador Grenada Guatemala Jamaica Nicaragua Panama Trinidad Tobago Europe Albania Armenia Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark England Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Kosovo Latvia Lithuania Malta Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Wales Middle East Abu Dhabi Dubai Iran Israel Jordan Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia North America Canada Greenland Mexico USA South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela UK View by Theme Activity Architecture Beaches Belief Boats sailing Budget travel Coasts islands Crafts and markets Cycling Deserts Discovery Diving snorkeling Everyday Life Extreme Adventure sports Family friendly Festivals events Food drink Heritage ruins Indigenous culture Leisure Luxury Mountains Museums art Music National parks reserves Nature Nightlife Novelty Off the beaten track People Photography Railway journeys Relaxation Road trips Romance Shopping Structures Surfing Tourist Trail Tradition Transport Walking trekking Wildlife Winter sports Features Nick Appleyard Sort by Date Popularity Sampling craft beers in the Holy Land A sense of revolution is playing a central part in an unlikely craft beer scene currently thriving in the heart of the Middle East Fearless beer loving Yorkshireman Nick Appleyard set off in search of the best pint he could find on either side of Israel s security barrier It s fair to say the Holy Land hasn t Nick Appleyard 14 04 2014 Travel Offers Travel insurance Hotels Hostels Car hire Tours Trending Articles Why now s the time to visit Nottingham England By David Atkinson The top gifts for travellers By Rough Guides Editors 6 reasons to visit Bogotá South America s underrated

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  • Masada: conquering Herod’s hilltop palace | Travel Feature | Rough Guides
    Middle East Abu Dhabi Dubai Iran Israel Jordan Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia North America Canada Greenland Mexico USA South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela UK View by Theme Activity Architecture Beaches Belief Boats sailing Budget travel Coasts islands Crafts and markets Cycling Deserts Discovery Diving snorkeling Everyday Life Extreme Adventure sports Family friendly Festivals events Food drink Heritage ruins Indigenous culture Leisure Luxury Mountains Museums art Music National parks reserves Nature Nightlife Novelty Off the beaten track People Photography Railway journeys Relaxation Road trips Romance Shopping Structures Surfing Tourist Trail Tradition Transport Walking trekking Wildlife Winter sports Masada conquering Herod s hilltop palace By Site Editor September 19th 2013 View Comments The steep cliffs rising out of the Judean Desert look like an unlikely place for a fortress but there 400m up overlooking the Dead Sea sits the legendary stronghold of Masada Masada was first fortified by Herod the Great in the late first century BC who was apparently so scared his people would revolt that he built this virtually impenetrable fortress There s a cable car for those who don t fancy taking one of the various different paths that lead up the hill but to get the feeling that you really conquered Masada opt for the ancient snake path which winds its unsheltered way up the eastern side an exhausting forty minute walk Your reward is an archeological site that appears to dangle over the edge of the precipice and tremendous views across the desert and the Dead Sea Buses run to Masada from Jerusalem Tel Aviv Beersheba and Eliat Check out Tourist Israel for tours and transport info For hundreds more ultimate travel experiences get Rough Guides Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth Tags Middle East Israel Heritage ruins

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  • Checking out the Bauhaus architecture in Tel Aviv | Travel Feature | Rough Guides
    Surfing Tourist Trail Tradition Transport Walking trekking Wildlife Winter sports Checking out the Bauhaus architecture in Tel Aviv By Site Editor September 18th 2013 View Comments Tel Aviv is a city with chutzpah a loud gesticulating expression of urban Jewish culture Revelling in a Mediterranean style café culture it has dozens of bars and clubs all aimed squarely at the under 30s It doesn t seem likely to have much in the way of architectural interest it was only founded in 1909 or so you d think Take a closer look and Tel Aviv reveals a wealth of buildings constructed in the International Style inspired by the German Bauhaus school Not as grandiose as its predecessor Art Deco indeed deliberately understated in contrast the style has its own charm and abounds in Tel Aviv as nowhere else in the world Wandering the streets you don t at first see the architecture but then you start to notice it and suddenly you ll see it everywhere it really is a signature of the city The International Style s beauty lies not in ornamentation or grand gestures but in its no nonsense crispness lines are clean with lots of right angles decoration is minimal consisting only of protruding balconies and occasionally flanged edges designed to cast sharp shadows in the harsh Mediterranean sunlight It wears whitewash especially well giving the whole of Tel Aviv an almost Hockneyesque feel with its straight white lines and hard edges as if someone had turned up the contrast button just a mite too high Check it out on Rehov Bialik a small residential street in the very centre of town Take a stroll on Sederot Rothschild a fine 1930s avenue with some very classic Bauhaus buildings A further wander around the streets in between Bialik and

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  • Fighting off the cats in Israel & The Palestinian Territories | Travel Feature | Rough Guides
    Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Wales Middle East Abu Dhabi Dubai Iran Israel Jordan Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia North America Canada Greenland Mexico USA South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela UK View by Theme Activity Architecture Beaches Belief Boats sailing Budget travel Coasts islands Crafts and markets Cycling Deserts Discovery Diving snorkeling Everyday Life Extreme Adventure sports Family friendly Festivals events Food drink Heritage ruins Indigenous culture Leisure Luxury Mountains Museums art Music National parks reserves Nature Nightlife Novelty Off the beaten track People Photography Railway journeys Relaxation Road trips Romance Shopping Structures Surfing Tourist Trail Tradition Transport Walking trekking Wildlife Winter sports Fighting off the cats in Israel The Palestinian Territories By Site Editor September 17th 2013 View Comments The Middle East isn t all desert desert desert Take a break from sand and head for the water stand on the walls of Acre and watch the sun sink into the Mediterranean Acre is one of the most evocative Palestinian towns inside Israel There are ancient walls mosques gardens and museums here but this old Crusader stronghold is a fabulous place to simply wander through It has survived as a fabulous skein of tight alleyways and atmospheric markets wreathed around of course by the fragrance of fresh caught fish for sale in the souk and offered at a dozen restaurants down by the old port Fight off the cats to get your share Acre is 25km north of Haifa served by buses and trains from there and Tel Aviv For hundreds more ultimate travel experiences get Rough Guides Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth Tags Middle East Israel Food drink Coasts islands Activity Discovery Everyday Life Previous Feature Next Feature Related Articles Hauling

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