+1

Alternatively, depending on where you are, you could try Efke (branded Adox in some places) for medium ad slow speed films (landscapes).
Also, again depending on where you are for availability, Rollei and Maco films are good.

Films like Fuji Neopan and Kodak T-Max, while good in their own right (and according to taste), tend to be unforgiving of errors and probably aren't a good starting point.