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e-Book Rick Steves' Best of Europe: Covers Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal (2 download

e-Book Rick Steves' Best of Europe: Covers Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal (2 download

by Rick Steves

ISBN: 1566913527
ISBN13: 978-1566913522
Language: English
Publisher: Avalon Travel Publishing; Revised edition (January 2002)
Pages: 755
Category: Europe
Subategory: Traveling

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Rating: 4.4
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Rick Steves doesn't just list where to travel in Europe, he leads travellers through the back door. Well, Rick Steves makes the adjustment even easier with his well thought out, and very easy to understand style of writing and indexing

Rick Steves doesn't just list where to travel in Europe, he leads travellers through the back door. Well, Rick Steves makes the adjustment even easier with his well thought out, and very easy to understand style of writing and indexing. Use this book as a general guideline if you're doing a "whirlwind" trip of Europe. Do yourself a favor and pick up his individual country guides if you're planning on visiting a single, or even a few countries instead.

Get inspired with Rick Steves’ recommended places to go and things to do. .

Get inspired with Rick Steves’ recommended places to go and things to do, with tips, photos, videos, and travel information on Ireland.

France covers Paris, Provence and Nice only. Please understand that this book only samples very small portions of most of these countries. For Austria- only Vienna, Salzburg, and Hallstatt are covered while the Belgium section only covers Bruges and totally ignores the much better area of Brussels. France covers Paris, Provence and Nice only.

Explore Portugal! Get inspired with Rick Steves’ recommended places to go and . If your idea of good travel includes friendly locals (who generally speak English), a rich culture, affordable prices, a thriving urban.

Explore Portugal! Get inspired with Rick Steves’ recommended places to go and things to do, with tips, photos, videos, and travel information on Portgual. Perched on the Atlantic on the far edge of Europe, Portugal preserves a salty, traditional culture. Gnarled fishermen still mend their nets, and rustically clad women sell fish and produce in markets. If your idea of good travel includes friendly locals (who generally speak English), a rich culture, affordable prices, a thriving urban scene, seaside resort towns, exotic architecture, windswept castles, and fresh seafood with chilled wine on a beach at sunse. ou've chosen the right destination.

Rick Steves' television series Travels in Europe with Rick Steves is seen on more than 200 public tv channels in the US and Canada.

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In this guide, Rick covers the best of Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands .

In this guide, Rick covers the best of Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland. You'll find a healthy mix of big cities, small towns, and exciting regions, including: London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Prague, and BarcelonaRothenberg, Siena, Toledo, Hallstatt, and GimmelwaldProvence, the French Riviera, the Romantic Road, the Berner Oberland, and the Cinque Terre Rick's candid, humorous advice will guide you to good-value hotels and restaurants.

Rick Steves' Europe is a long-running travel documentary television series that airs on public television. The series is hosted by American travel writer and television personality, Rick Steves, as he travels across the continent of Europe, documenting his experiences along the way. The show premiered on September 3, 2000; since then a total of 10 seasons and 129 episodes have been produced and broadcast.

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With "Rick Steves' Best of Eastern Europe," travelers can experience the best of everything Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland have to offer-economically and hassle-free. Rick Steves' Eastern Europe. Avalon Travel Publishing, Avalon Publishing.

Who but Rick Steves tells you what you really need to know when traveling in Europe?Rick Spends four months each year exploring Europe, and his candid, humorous advice will steer you to the very best sights and museums in 12 countries. You’ll beat the lines at the major monuments. You’ll find hotels and restaurants that make the most of your vacation budget. You’ll discover cozy villages that take you away from the tourist-beaten path.

Rick Steves doesn't just list where to travel in Europe, he leads travelers through the "Back Door," and reveals how to give every journey an extra, more authentic dimension. He shows travelers how to delve into European culture, make friends with the locals, and experience each region's natural wonders -- economically and hassle free. Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2002 is no exception. Rick covers Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Scandinavia, Spain, and Switzerland, and features suggested itineraries and day plans.
Comments:
Anaragelv
Many Americans use western Europe as their introduction to travel - its first-world status makes for an easy adjustment. Well, Rick Steves makes the adjustment even easier with his well thought out, and very easy to understand style of writing and indexing.

Use this book as a general guideline if you're doing a "whirlwind" trip of Europe. Do yourself a favor and pick up his individual country guides if you're planning on visiting a single, or even a few countries instead.

Also, do yourself an even bigger favor by picking up Rick's phrasebooks. C'mon, if you're going to make the effort to go to Europe, make it exponentially more fun by trying your hand at the local language. I made a number of friends with my awful, awful attempts at their languages.

Falya
Heres why 'The Best of Europe' should be your first purchase when planning for a European vacation...
My first trip to Europe was 2.5 months long...It was a bear trying to decide what to do. Then I ran across another of Rick's books called 'Europe through the back door' that had a 'whirlwind' two month suggested itinerary (along with shorter ones). It foceused me in on a certain route that would guarantee the biggest bang for my buck. I bought 'The best of' book to find all of the dirty details of the countries on that route. Rick gives great advice on the places to go and NOT to go, best places to stay, best restaurants in town,etc... And what I liked about it is that he doesn't try to cover it all. He covers what he feels are the best places to go and he covers them in detail, even going so far as to give you personal walking tours through Rhine castles, and intricate directions on how to turn on the public washing machine in Arles, France. It is this close attention to detail that I loved. I knew what hotel, which restaurants and which museums to visit in Paris before I ever left London!
I used the book for almost all of my trip and found the info to be about 95% accurate. The only errors I found were reflective of the dynamic character of Europe where prices and economies are constantly changing...therefore some prices were increased and some places out of business. But Rick updates his books every year and therefore reduces the chances you will find bum info.
On my second trip I tried to use another guidebook that had been recommended and I hated it. The majority of the hotels and restaurants covered were above and beyond my budget and all of the places were packed...no trips to hidden away gems were discussed in this book, unlike Ricks backdoor hideaways. Added to this was the fact that the book didn't distinguish between places that were awesome and those that were a bore. If Lands End, England is not worth a 3 hour train ride than tell me! (and it wasn't)
Rick is opinionated and biased towards certain places and I love it. In Europe your time is expensive and you should plan it carefully. Use Ricks 7 day, 10 day, 14 day, 1 month, or 2 month best of europe itineraries and much of your planning is taken care of. Also get 'Europe through the back door' for in depth trip packing and planning and Ricks 'Guides to' the individual countries for even more in depth touring of Europe. The best book to use in my opinion...

Zonama
Rick Steves' travel philosophy is to travel better by traveling cheaper and closer to the people. If your idea of a dream vacation is sleeping on the eighth floor of a high-rise hotel for a fortune every night, this is the wrong book for you. If your idea of wonderful is to sleep in an exquisite four-poster bed at a B&B owned by a pleasant old lady who will talk to you for hours, all for about fifty bucks a night -- buy this book. Steves has three big strengths, which are all at work in this book: The most important, by far, is the accomodations. Steves consistently finds amazingly good buys among centrally located B&Bs with friendly owners. The only problem is that everybody knows this, so getting a room on short notice in the summer at one of his spots can be dicey. The second big strength is the practical guides to sights, which include lots of interesting little details that you won't find elsewhere while telling you in no-uncertain terms which sights are must sees and which ones you should skip. Over time, his picks may not always coincide with yours -- but I almost always found his stuff on-target. The third big-strength is Steves' travel philosophy, which is especially helpful to first-time travelers (or those venturing away from the Hilton for the first time). I highly recommend that you also check out Europe Through the Back Door, Steves' classic magnum opus, now in its 19th Edition.

Shalinrad
I travelled Europe for 6 weeks with this book and three other Rick Steves' books. Everything was just fantastic except maps. With only this book, I always needed to drop by tourist information center to get some detailed maps just as Rick recommend. However, sometimes it was too much demanding for short-term travelling in each city. Also to find some recommended restaurants, it was very hard to find by using maps on this guide book. Even though I enjoyed most restaurants which Rick suggested, those were hard to find. Next time I'd rather bring another guidebook such as Lonely Planet with this book. Personally, I prefer maps on LP.

Xmatarryto
I had to buy this book in Germany from Amazon.de so I could expand my travel plan after an unexpected longer stay (brought two of Steve's other books there). The price I paid was more than 50% higher than the States.
But boy, what a bargain!! It saved my time, energy, and money. Use it as a tool, not a book!!

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