Suzanne Rowan Kelleher et al, «Frommer's Europe by Rail», 1st Edition

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Suzanne Rowan Kelleher  et al, «Frommer's Europe by Rail», 1st Edition

Suzanne Rowan Kelleher et al, «Frommer's Europe by Rail»
Frommers | ISBN 0764541102 | 1 edition (April 2, 2004) | PDF | 13,9 Mb | 896 Pages





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Book Description
You’ll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer’s. It’s like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go – they’ve done the legwork for you, and they’re not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer’s Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of shopping, and nightlife. You’d be lost without us!

Whether you’re a first-time visitor doing the grand tour or a seasoned traveler planning a multi-country itinerary, Frommer’s Europe by Rail is a must. The official guidebook of Rail Europe, this user-friendly volume has everything you’ll need to plan a successful train trip through Europe, from descriptions of the best scenic lines and high-speed rail routes to detailed information on reservations procedures and all of the rail passes available to visitors. We’ve also included a wide array of options in a variety of price ranges, from large hotels and world-renowned dining rooms to charming guesthouses and simple cafes. There’s something here for every taste, interest, and budget.

Just because we’re covering such a wide territory doesn’t mean that we’ve skimped on the details. You’ll find an astounding depth of accurate, up-to-date information, including timetables, detailed city and route maps, exact prices, open hours, metro stops, rail pass options, train station amenities, train interior photos, and more.

We’ll take you to Europe’s major cities and most charming towns, where we offer complete sightseeing, shopping, and nightlife coverage and review the best accommodations and dining for the rail traveler. But we don’t stop there. We’ve designed easy-to-follow point-to-point itineraries that help you make the most out of your time in Europe, including special itineraries that highlight Europe’s best dining, architecture, scenery, and historic castles. With Frommer’s Europe by Rail you’ll tour the medieval towns of Flanders, the chateaux of the Loire Valley, the sunny resorts of the Costa del Sol, the hill towns of Tuscany, and the spectacular scenery of the Alps.

It’s all accompanied by color maps that have been carefully keyed to the text. You’ll also find a glossary of handy rail terms, the latest trip-planning advice, money-saving tips, and a free color fold-out rail map!

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Whether you're a first-time visitor doing the grand tour or a seasoned traveler planning a multi-country itinerary, Frommer's Europe by Rail is a must. The official guidebook of Rail Europe, this user-friendly volume has everything you'll need to plan a successful train trip through Europe, from descriptions of the best scenic lines and high-speed rail routes to detailed information on reservations procedures and all of the rail passes available to visitors. We've also included a wide array of options in a variety of price ranges, from large hotels and world-renowned dining rooms to charming guesthouses and simple cafes. There's something here for every taste, interest, and budget. Just because we're covering such a wide territory doesn't mean that we've skimped on the details. You'll find an astounding depth of accurate, up-to-date information, including timetables, detailed city and route maps, exact prices, open hours, metro stops, rail pass options, train station amenities, train interior photos, and more. We'll take you to Europe's major cities and most charming towns, where we offer complete sightseeing, shopping, and nightlife coverage and review the best accommodations and dining for the rail traveler. But we don't stop there. We've designed easy-to-follow point-to-point itineraries that help you make the most out of your time in Europe, including special itineraries that highlight Europe's best dining, architecture, scenery, and historic castles. With Frommer's Europe by Rail you'll tour the medieval towns of Flanders, the chateaux of the Loire Valley, the sunny resorts of the Costa del Sol, the hill towns of Tuscany, and the spectacular scenery of the Alps. It's all accompanied by color maps that have been carefully keyed to the text.

From the Back Cover
Experience a place the way the locals do. Enjoy the best it has to offer. And avoid tourist traps. At Frommer’s, we use 150 outspoken travel experts around the world to help you make the right choices. Frommer’s. Your guide to a world of travel experience.

Choose the Only Guide That Gives You:

* Extensive information on reservations procedures, scenic train routes, and discount railpasses.
* Outspoken opinions on what’s worth your time and what’s not.
* Easy-to-follow itineraries highlighting Europe’s best dining, architecture, and scenery.
* Complete sightseeing coverage, and reviews of the best accommodations and dining for the rail traveler.
* Insider information on train accommodations, high-speed trains, and passes courtesy of Rail Europe®.



About the Author
Darwin Porter, a native of North Carolina, was assigned to write the very first edition of a Frommer’s guide devoted solely to one European country. Since then, he has written many bestselling Frommer’s guides to all the major European destinations. In 1982, he was joined in his research efforts by Danforth Prince, formerly of the Paris bureau of the New York Times, who has traveled and written extensively about Europe.

Suzanne Rowan Kelleher is a freelance travel writer and the former Europe Editor of Travel Holiday magazine. She has traveled extensively in Ireland, is married to an Irishman, and currently lives in County Dublin. She is the author of Frommer’s Ireland and a co-author of Frommer’s Europe from $70 a Day.

Native New Yorker Joseph S. Lieber lived in Hungary for several years in the early 1990s. He presently practices law in Boston and is the co-author of Frommer’s Budapest & the Best of Hungary. Christina Shea served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Hungary and subsequently directed Peace Corps language-training programs in Lithuania and Kyrghyzstan. She’s the author of the novel Moira’s Crossing (St. Martin’s) and a co-author of Frommer’s Budapest & the Best of Hungary.

George McDonald has lived and worked in both Amsterdam and Brussels as deputy editor of the KLM in-flight magazine and as editor-in-chief of the Sabena in-flight magazine. Now a freelance journalist and travel writer based in Germany, he is the author of Frommer’s Amsterdam and Frommer’s Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg, and a co-author of Frommer’s Europe from $70 a Day.

Hana Mastrini is a native of the western Czech spa town of Karlovy Vary who became a veteran of the “Velvet Revolution” as a student in Prague in 1989. She began contributing to Frommer’s guides while helping her husband, John, better understand his new home in the Czech Republic.

Donald Olson is a novelist, playwright and travel writer. His play, Beardsley, was produced in London. He is the author of England For Dummies, which won the Lowell Thomas Travel Writing Award for Best Guidebook in 2002. He is also a co-author of Frommer’s Europe from $70 a Day. He has contributed travel stories to the New York Times, National Geographic Books, and many other national publications.

New-York based Sascha Segan is a freelance journalist who has lived on three continents and spent quite a lot of time riding the rails of Europe. He has worked for Expedia Travels magazine, ABCNEWS.com, and The Guardian in the U.K. He is currently a columnist at Frommers.com and is the author of Frommer’s Fly Safe, Fly Smart.

Born in Chicago, Theodora Tongas traveled around her parents’ native Greece many times as a child. After earning a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, she went to work as a reporter for the Associated Press in Athens, and has lived there ever since. With Athens as her base, she has toured the entire mainland—and many islands—by plane, train, and automobile.