The Rough Guide to the Netherlands

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Rough Guides, Limited, Dec 18, 2012 - Travel - 366 pages
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"The Rough Guide to The Netherlands "is an indispensable travel guide with clear maps and coverage of the country's unique attractions. From the pretty village of Edam and the gritty port city of Rotterdam to Amsterdams famous canals and vibrant nightlife ""The Rough Guide to The Netherlands ""unearths the best sites, hotels, restaurants, coffee houses and nightlife across every price range inspired by dozens of colour photos. You'll find everything you need to know for exploring the multitude of historic Dutch towns, coastal dunes, beaches, islands and of course, the famous colour-bursting bulbfields. "The Rough Guide to The Netherlands "includes specialist coverage of Dutch history, art and literature and detailed information on the best markets and shopping for each region. Explore all corners of this windmill-filled country armed with authoritative background on everything from the country's battles with the sea to the Dutch Golden Age, relying on handy language tips and the clearest maps of any guide.Make the most of your holiday with "The Rough Guide to The Netherlands"

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User Review  - Zoe - Goodreads

Useful guide, great detail in text, not so great detail in Maps. Bulky and difficult to carry around when travelling. Otherwise, good. Read full review

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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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