The Rough Guide to the Netherlands

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Rough Guides, Dec 18, 2012 - Travel - 366 pages
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The Rough Guide to the Netherlands is the definitive guide to one of Europe's most intriguing countries. You'll find insider tips on where the locals spend their time, as well as advice on how to make your money go further. This 6th edition features all-new colour photography on every region, full-colour maps as well as extended sections on van Gogh and Rembrandt, cycling and beer.
The chapter on Amsterdam now makes it easier than ever to visit this buzzing, style-conscious capital while we also have detailed coverage on whiling away your hours on the blustery beaches of the country's northern islands. At every step, The Rough Guide to the Netherlands picks out the best hotels, cafés and restaurants across every price range,giving you clear, balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions.
Make the most of your time 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

About the author (2012)

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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