Europe For Dummies - 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Edition (2005-2011)
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 3rd Edition edition (21 Jan. 2005)
Lively and engaging, this invaluable handbook puts the continent′s great cities and regions at your fingertips, and includes all the highlights plus the very best off–the–beaten–path experiences that make any visit to Europe memorable. Packed with experienced insider tips, Europe For Dummies offers: Essential information on London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Munich & the Bavarian Alps, Vienna, Prague, Rome, Florence & Tuscany, Venice, Barcelona, and Athens A select choice of favourite hotels and eateries in every destination and price category Indispensable foreign language glossaries Advice on everything from planning a sensible itinerary and getting the best deals to using public transit and catching must–see sights Helpful tips on converting currencies, overcoming language barrier, avoiding crowds, and sampling local cuisine.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 4th Edition edition (19 Jan. 2007)
Europe offers some of the world s most exciting cities, romantic landscapes, outstanding museums, important historic sights, renowned works of art, and awesome architectural wonders, plus great cuisine, incredible shopping, and all kinds of entertainment and nightlife. Odds are, you can t do it all. Depending on your personal interests, this friendly guide helps you pick the right sites and make the most of your trip, with:
Trip planning, including applying for passports; making reservations; dealing with trip insurance, health issues, and Customs; rail passes, train tickets, traveler s checks, and more
Detailed info on 15 of Europe s most popular destinations: London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Munich, Vienna, Innsbruck, Prague, Naples, Florence, Venice, Madrid, Barcelona, and Athens
Info on local customs, must–see attractions, and out–of–the–way gems, plus a little historical background to help you put the sites you ll see in context
Like every For Dummies travel guide, Europe For Dummies, 4th Edition helps you make the most of your vacation. It includes:
Down–to–earth trip–planning advice
Info on the best ships for every budget
Tips on sightseeing at ports of call
Handy Post–it Flags to mark your favorite pages
Whether you want to marvel at majestic cathedrals or go on a pub crawl in Dublin, have a 5–star meal in Paris or a picnic lunch amidst the ruins of a Mycenaean city overlooking the Mediterranean, take in museums and castles or hike the Alps, explore the historic (or prehistoric) sites or experience diverse nightlife, with Europe For Dummies, 4th Edition, you re on your way to a fantastic European holiday.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 5th Edition edition (26 Jan. 2009)
For Dummies Travel guides are the ultimate user–friendly trip planners, combining the broad appeal and time–tested features of the For Dummies series with up–to–the–minute advice and information from the experts at Frommer′s. Small trim size for use on–the–go Focused coverage of only the best hotels and restaurants in all price ranges Tear–out "cheat sheet" with full–color maps or easy reference pointers
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 6th Edition edition (21 Jan. 2011)
For Dummies Travel guides are the ultimate user–friendly trip planners, combining the broad appeal and time–tested features of the For Dummies series with up–to–the–minute advice and information from the experts at Frommer′s.
Small trim size for use on–the–go
Focused coverage of only the best hotels and restaurants in all price ranges
The fun and easy way to explore Europe
From great museums and historic sights to fabulous food and trend setting styles, Europe has it all. Get the low down on everything from passports to palaces, culture to night life, and cathedrals to cuisine. With mini–guides to fifteen of Europe′s most popular cities and surrounding areas in eleven different countries,this book is your ticket to an exciting European adventure.
Open the book and find:
Down–to–earth trip–planning advice
What you shouldn′t miss –and what you can skip
The best hotels and restaurants for every budget
Lots of detailed maps
About the Author
Donald Olson (Chapter 1 11 and 15) is a novelist,playwright, and travel writer. His newest novel, Confessions ofa Pregnant Princess, was published in 2005 under the pen nameSwan Adamson. His travel stories have appeared in The New YorkTimes, Travel & Leisure, Sunset, National Geographic books,and many other publications. His guidebooks London For Dummies,Frommer s Best Day Trips from London, Frommer sIrreverent London, Germany For Dummies, and Frommer sVancouver & Victoria are all published by Wiley. He alsowrites England For Dummies, which won a 2002 Lowell ThomasTravel Writing Award for best guidebook.
Liz Albertson (Chapter 12) worked as an editor forFrommer s Travel Guides for four years before making the leapto the other side of the computer as the author of Ireland ForDummies. When she isn t researching and writing, Lizspends much of her time in Ireland sitting in on traditional musicsessions, fiddle in hand. She currently teaches fifth and sixthgrade in New Haven, Connecticut.
Joseph Alexiou (Chapter 13) works as a freelancejournalist and has contributed to France For Dummies andEurope For Dummies. His work has appeared in the New YorkPress, the New York Observer, and Newsday. Helives in Brooklyn and is currently pursuing an M.S. at the ColumbiaUniversity Graduate School of Journalism.
George McDonald (Chapter 14) is a former deputy editor ofand currently contributing writer for Holland Herald, thein-flight magazine for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. He has writtenextensively about Amsterdam and the Netherlands for internationalmagazines and travel books such as Frommer s Belgium,Holland & Luxembourg and Frommer s Europe.
Maggie Childs (Chapter 16) is a journalist and travelwriter for publications such as Conde Nast Traveller, TheVienna Review, Gig magazine, and various in-flight magazines.She has lived in Vienna for 14 years and also works for the Viennabureau of the Associated Press. She is the coauthor ofFrommer s Austria and Frommer s Vienna &the Danube Valley.
Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince (Chapter 17)have written numerous best-selling Frommer s guides and areco-authors of Frommer s Europe. Porter is a formerbureau chief for the Miami Herald, and Prince, who beganwriting with Porter in 1982, worked for the Paris bureau of theNew York Times.
Mark Baker (Chapter 18) is a long-time American expat wholives in Prague. He s one of the original editors of ThePrague Post and was for years a correspondent and editor forRadio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, based in Prague. He s now afreelance writer and reporter. He s the author ofFrommer s Prague Day by Day, and co-author ofFrommer s Eastern Europe and Frommer sPoland.
Bruce Murphy and Alessandra de Rosa (Chapters19 21) are part-time residents of Rome. Murphy s workhas appeared in magazines ranging from Cruising World toCritical Inquiry. An avid traveler since her first cross-Europe trip at the age of 2, de Rosa was born in Rome and haslived and worked in Rome, Paris, and New York City. They are theauthors of Italy For Dummies and Rome ForDummies.
Neil E. Schlecht (Chapters 22 and 23) is a writer,photographer, and cycling aficionado who has lived in Spain,Brazil, and Ecuador. He has worked in Spain as an English teacher,as a consultant on social and economic development projects for theEuropean Union, and as a contributing writer for a Spanish art andantiques magazine. He is the author of more than a dozen travelguides, including Barcelona Day by Day, Mallorca & MenorcaDay by Day, and Frommer s Peru.
Vancouver-born Tania Kollias (Chapter 24) longed totravel since a teen trip to England to meet the relatives, and useda Frommer s guide for her first solo journey to Europe. Adegree, four continents, and many journals later, she now lives inher father s native Athens, Greece, where she wrote thecountry s first comprehensive listings book for expats,edited the Now in Athens monthly for the 2004 Olympics, andstill works as a journalist and writer. She travels in and out ofGreece whenever she gets the chance.
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