Europe For Dummies 3rd Edition

From the Back Cover
Explore the best of Europe with confidence! From London and Paris to Tuscany and Greece, Europe has enough cities and sights to last a lifetime. To make the most of your time, take this fun, straightforward guide with you — and experience new adventures in the Old World. Discover Down–to–earth trip–planning advice What you shouldn′t miss – and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post–it® Flags to mark your favorite pages

About the Author
Reid Bramblett has lived in Europe on and off since the age of 11, and is the author of ten travel guides, including Frommer’s Tuscany & Umbria and Frommer’s Northern Italy. He is Associate Editor of Budget Travel magazine, the creator of the award–winning TravelTools.net, and a contributor of travel articles to such publications as Newsweek, The Miami Herald, and the Dallas Morning News. When not on the road, he splits his time between New York and his native Philadelphia.

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