Scandinavia, the rough guide

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Rough Guides, 1997 - Travel - 736 pages
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Scandinavia offers some of most breathtaking landscape, cosmopolitan cities, and intriguing historical and cultural sites that you'll find. The Rough Guide to Scandinavia gives you the lowdown on hiking the Norwegian fjords, scoping out Finnish modernist architecture, enjoying hot Danish nightlife in Copenhagen, and experiencing the famed Swedish Smorgasbord.

We've also included information on the best places to eat, drink, and sleep, as well as sections on each country's history, language, and culture.

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Getting there from Britain 3 Getting there from Ireland 11 Getting there from North America 12 Getting
Information and maps 26 Getting around 29 Accommodation 30 Police and crime
Sexual harassment the womens movement 32 Gay Scandinavia 33 Disabled travellers 34 Outdoor

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Mark Ellingham and John Fisher were co-founders of Rough Guides and wrote the first edition of the Rough Guide to Portugal in 1985. Matthew Hancock is author of the Rough Guides to Lisbon, The Algarve and Maderia.

Mick Sinclair has written guidebooks to places including California, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Scandinavia. His writing career began in 1980 with reviews and features on music, film, books, and contemporary culture.

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