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ePub Rick Steves' Best of Europe (Serial) download
Author:
Rick Steves
ISBN13:
978-1562614614
ISBN:
1562614614
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Publisher:
John Muir Pubns; 1999 ed. edition (February 1999)
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Europe
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Since 1973, Rick Steves has spent about four months a year exploring Europe. His mission: to empower Americans to have European trips that are fun, affordable, and culturally broadening.

Since 1973, Rick Steves has spent about four months a year exploring Europe. Rick produces a best-selling guidebook series, a public television series, and a public radio show, and organizes small-group tours that take over 30,000 travelers to Europe annually. He does all of this with the help of more than 100 well-traveled staff members at Rick Steves' Europe in Edmonds, WA (near Seattle).

Select a region to find the Rick Steves guidebooks, Snapshot guides, and Pocket guides - and phrase books - that can help you get the most out of every day and dollar. Britain & Ireland. Germany, Austria, Switzerland.

Rick Steves’ Europe is public television’s most-watched, longest-running travel series. Written and hosted by best-selling guidebook author Rick Steves, each show takes viewers to Europe’s most interesting places, from great cities to off-the-beaten-path discoveries. Get travel info for these destinations at ww. icksteves. Rick Steves’ Europe is public television’s most-watched, longest-running travel series.

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Город: Edmonds, WAПодписчиков: 111 ты. себе: Guidebook author, TV & radio host, busin. себе: Guidebook author, TV & radio host, business owner, Lutheran, and NORML board member. Fanatically positive and militantly optimistic.

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.

I guess I’m asking for too much, when I want a book to help me decide where we I love everything Rick Steves – his books, his videos on YouTube, and his online forums.

Shelves: great-britain, france, italy, spain, switzerland, germany, the-netherlands. I love everything Rick Steves – his books, his videos on YouTube, and his online forums. I guess I’m asking for too much, when I want a book to help me decide where we I love everything Rick Steves – his books, his videos on YouTube, and his online forums. The reason I bought it was because at the time we weren’t sure where to go on our next vacation.

Fifty Best Rick Steves Podcasts For 2019. We bring Serial, This American Life like production to Video Podcast!! W. What Happened When. Latest was European Christmas. Listen online, no signup necessary.

Rick Steves (born May 10, 1955) is an American travel writer, author, activist and television personality

Rick Steves (born May 10, 1955) is an American travel writer, author, activist and television personality. His travel philosophy encourages people to explore less-touristed areas of destinations and to become immersed in the local people's way of life. Since 2000, he has hosted Rick Steves' Europe, a travel series on public television.

This covers the most important information on the 90 destinations covered in Rick Steves's individual country guides. Where other guidebooks say, "You can spend a lifetime in Europe," Steves knows most travelers are lucky if they have two weeks. He shows them how to make the most of their time.
  • Tons of useful and interesting information that you would have to search online in several places to find the same information. It's a heavy book so not one you would want to pack on your trip and carry during the day. But an ideal book for planning ahead of time or taking a pictures of pages you want to remember on your trip.

  • This is apparently not in depth enough for some people, but I found it detailed enough to help us plan and take our trip to Europe. Rick’s tips saved us from a lot of waiting around. And one tip actually helped us avoid a three-hour wait at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. And his suggestion to pack light allowed us to haul around a lot less stuff. Worth every penny.

  • I love how Rick includes a lot of cultural info in his books. This one focuses on some of the major cities and sights in Europe, and he breaks each one down into 3-day itinerary plans to help you get ideas for how to plan your trip. I bought the Kindle version of this book to aid me on my long-term Europe trip, rather than buy each one of his country- or city-specific guides individually. I like the fact that I can highlight certain places in order to quickly find them again when I'm on my trip. His accommodation listings are mostly hotels, upwards of $100 per night, but he does mention alternative options in some cities. I mainly just love his books for the inspiration and the skip-the-line/avoid-the-crowds information.

  • This book is heavy! Not sure why they recommend it when RS Tours are all about packing as light as possible. They should’ve just made this into an ebook/pdf for download (and ease of updates).

  • You can't go wrong with a Rick Steves travel guide. I bought this for my son who is getting ready to do a "I just graduated from college and I deserve a break" trip to Europe. I found some things I didn't even think I would need: information on travel insurance, what to do is your passport is lost/stolen. This is a book I will keep and use again and again. And next time its MY turn for a trip to Europe!

  • If Rick Steves has a book for your destination(s), then do yourself a favor - buy it. You do not need any other guide for your trip. We've just returned from a trip through much of western Europe (London, Paris, Milan, Florence, Venice, Rome, Madrid, Barcelona and Brugge) and this guide was indispensable.

    We avoided long lines to visit museums in Venice and Florence, lived in great local hotels and dined in non-touristy and cheap restaurants serving amazing local food. We also had Frommer's with us at the beginning of the trip but we threw it half way through the trip - it was too bulky and did not add any value to our experience.

    Rick Steve's conversational style is non-intimidating and makes for a much more interesting read compared to the cut-and-dry, facts only style of other guides. All guides will have some out of date information but this guide is very current. In fact, a tour-guide with a company in Rome that is recommended by Rick Steves' told us that while other publishers just call them every year to verify that they are still in business, only Rick Steves' company actually sends someone to take part in the tours to make sure that the experience is still consistent with the description in the book.

    This book is a must have for your Europe trip.

  • Let me start by stating something that should be obvious: if for whatever reason you do not like Rick Steves, you will not enjoy reading through this guidebook. Although Rick is not the only contributor, it is very much written in his style of speaking. Personally, I think it makes his guidebooks more approachable, especially for people with little travel experience.

    This book is more for people who don't really know where in Europe they would like to go, or for those planning a multi-nation trip and would rather not buy an armful of books on each country. That being said, do not limit your trip research to only this book or you will miss other Rick Steves favorite locales that didn't make it into this book. Rick's website (along with his shows and radio/podcasts) has a wealth of information.

    Take a look at this book's Table of Contents to see what places are included. Rick includes information on traveling from one place to another (mainly by rail and air), sights (description, costs, hours, websites, phone #s, and his rating), recommended hotels in a variety of price ranges, places to eat, when to see sights in order to avoid long tourist lines, important tips (like which sights you should get reservations for), self-guided walking tours, regular tours, how long you need in each locale, etc.

  • Seems like a wonderful resource however it doesn’t have Belgium or Luxembourg.