Rick Steves' Germany and Austria 2008

Avalon Travel Publishing, 2007 - 704 Seiten
4 Rezensionen
Who but Rick Steves can tell travellers how to take the Do-It-Yourself Dresden Baroque Blitz Tour or the Short and Scenic Black Forest Joyride? With Rick Steves' Germany & Austria 2008, travellers can experience Rick's favourite destinations in Munich, Bavaria, Baden-Baden, Rothenburg, Wursburg, Frankfurt, the Rhine Valley, Dresden, Berlin, Vienna, the Danube Valley - economically and hassle-free.Completely revised and updated, this guide includes, opinionated coverage of both famous and lesserknownsights, friendly places to eat and sleep, suggested day plans, walking tours and trip itineraries, and clear instructions for smooth travel anywhere by car, train, or foot. America's #1 authority on travel to Europe, Rick's time-tested recommendations for safe and enjoyable travel in Europe have been used by millions of Americans in search of their own unique European travel experience.

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Review: Rick Steves' Germany and Austria 2007

Nutzerbericht  - Jen - Goodreads

Actually for the 2012 version. A must read if you plan on going! Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: Rick Steves' Germany and Austria 2007

Nutzerbericht  - Kim - Goodreads

I wanted it to be better than it was. Still classic Rick Steves, and there was lots of great info, but there were moments when I felt like it was severely lacking in content, maps, or information for ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

Über den Autor (2007)

Rick Steves is on a mission: to help make European travel accessible and meaningful for Americans. Rick has spent 100 days every year since 1973 exploring Europe. He's researched and written 24 travel guidebooks and hosts the public television series "Rick Steves' Europe," now in its seventh season. He also organizes and leads tours of Europe and offers an information-packed website (www.ricksteves.com). Rick lives in Edmonds, WA, just north of Seattle, with his family.

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