Palestine

by Sarah Irving 

£13.32

Palestine Travel Guide – Expert advice and holiday travel tips including Jerusalem highlights, pilgrimage routes, religious history and UNESCO World Heritage sites. Also covering safety and visas, guided tours and operators, political history, territories of Gaza and the West Bank, Jericho, Bethlehem, Ramallah, Beit Sahour, art and culture.

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ISBN: 9781841625430

Published:  01st Nov 2011
Edition:  1

About this book

Go on a pilgrimage to the sites of Christ’s birth and burial, stroll through Nablus’ bustling souk and follow with a relaxing soak and smoke in the city’s traditional hammams, or visit cosmopolitan Ramallah and its international arts centre. Bradt’s Palestine is for independent travellers who want to see beyond the conflict-focused reporting of the area and ethnic and religious stereotypes. The only mainstream guide dedicated solely to Palestine, it offers unparalleled detail on Palestinian culture, cuisine, wildlife, environment, history and politics. The ‘Palestinian Territories’ of the West Bank and Gaza are featured along with the culturally Palestinian (Israeli Arab) enclaves found within Israel.

About the Author

Sarah Irving first visited Palestine in 1996 and since 2001 has travelled between the UK and the West Bank. She has worked as a human rights observer, tour guide and independent writer.

Reviews

‘Going where others fear to read (or publish).’
The Sunday Times

I am HUGELY impressed by your superb Palestine guide! Many congratulations – I’ll be promoting it far and wide!
Dervla Murphy

‘Written with verve, clarity and full of stimulating background details, Sarah Irving’s book will delight anybody interested in Palestine – whether they are planning a visit or not.’
Dervla Murphy – Wanderlust magazine

‘An excellent guide to a relatively unknown destination for travellers who are aware of the implications that travel to Palestine can have, both on a personal and on a political level.’
www.easyvoyage.co.uk

‘Packed with good advice for the independent, inquisitive and intrepid traveller.’
The Sunday Telegraph