Frommer's Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 3, 2009 - Travel - 544 pages
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  • A highly informative guide to a great trip in the Low Countries. Leads travelers to the best of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
  • Delivers the scoop on top cultural attractions in Brussels, Bruges, Amsterdam, Luxembourg City, and other urban centers
  • Reveals the best local experiences, from the forests and resorts of Belgium's Ardennes and the wine trail of Luxembourg to the windmills, tulip fields, and carnival celebrations of Holland
  • Thoroughly updated to reflect the latest changes in hotels, dining, and attractions
  

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Contents

Whats New in Belgium Holland Luxembourg
1
Chapter 1 The Best of Belgium Holland Luxembourg
4
Chapter 2 Belgium Holland Luxembourg in Depth
15
Chapter 3 Planning Your Trip to Belgium Holland Luxembourg
37
Chapter 4 Suggested Benelux Itineraries
62
Chapter 5 Planning Your Trip to Belgium
74
Chapter 6 Brussels
86
Chapter 7 Bruges
134
Chapter 12 Planning Your Trip to Holland
248
Chapter 13 Amsterdam
261
Chapter 14 Haarlem NoordHolland
326
Chapter 15 The Hague Rotterdam ZuidHolland
352
Chapter 16 Friesland Groningen Drenthe
391
Chapter 17 Utrecht Gelderland Overijssel Flevoland
420
Chapter 18 Zeeland NoordBrabant Limburg
447
Chapter 19 Planning Your Trip to Luxembourg
478

Chapter 8 Ghent Antwerp
158
Chapter 9 The Belgian Coast Ypres
186
Chapter 10 Liège the Meuse River Hainaut
205
Chapter 11 The Ardennes
233
Chapter 20 Luxembourg
485
Appendix Fast Facts TollFree Numbers Websites
507
INDEX
518
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About the author (2009)

George McDonald has lived and worked in both Amsterdam and Brussels, as deputy editor of the in-flight magazine for KLM and as editor-in-chief of the in-flight magazine for Sabena. Now a freelance journalist and travel writer, he has written extensively on both the Netherlands and Belgium for magazines and for travel books. In addition to Frommer’s Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg, he is the author of Frommer’s Amsterdam, Frommer’s Day by Day Amsterdam, and a coauthor of Frommer’s Europe and Frommer’s Europe by Rail.

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