The Rough Guide to Brussels

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Rough Guides Limited, Feb 2, 2009 - Travel - 303 pages
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The Rough Guide to Brussels is the ultimate companion to the beer-guzzling capital of Belgium. The full-colour introduction gives an inspiring insight into many of the city's highlights, from the top museums to Brussel s handsome Art Nouveau buildings. There are two new full-colour sections on the nation s twin passions, beer and food, plenty of easy-to-use maps and that essential practical information. You ll find dozens of extensive, up-to-the-minute reviews for bars, shopping, entertainment, restaurants and hotels of Berlin for every budget. With delightful day-trips to the neighbouring cities of Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp, this is your must-have item to the cultural and political hotspot of Brussels

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User Review  - Marte Patel - Goodreads

I buy Rough Guides because I get 50% off their books, and because I like them. The Rough Guide to Brussels was clear, concise and contained all the information we needed to visit Brussels, Bruges and ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Ros Belford first travelled to Italy when she was eighteen, and has written and edited several books and numerous articles about the country. Martin Dunford is co-founder of the Rough Guides and in addition to Italy he is author of Rough Guides to New York, Belgium, Brussels, Holland, Amsterdam and Rome. Celia Woolfrey writes on travel, design and gardens, and has contributed to The Guardian, Gardens Illustrated and Cond Nast Traveller.

Phil Lee has been writing for Rough Guides for over ten years. His other books in the series include Canada, Norway, the Pacific Northwest, Toronto and Brussels.

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