Frommer's Europe

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John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, Sep 14, 2010 - Travel - 1088 pages
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  • All you need to plan a trip to the following cities and regions: Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruk & Tyrol (Austria); Brussels, Bruges & Ghent (Belgium); Prague, West Bohemia & The Spas (Czech Republic); Copenhagen (Denmark); London, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Salisbury (with Stonehenge) & Bath (England); Paris, The Loire Valley Châteaux, Provence & the Côte d'Azur (France); Berlin, Munich, the Bavarian Alps & The Romantic Road (Germany); Athens, The Northern Peloponnese, Delphi & The Cyclades (Greece); Budapest & The Danube Bend (Hungary); Dublin, Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula & Galway City (Ireland); Rome, Florence, Venice & highlights of Tuscany & Umbria (Italy); Amsterdam , Delft & Leiden (The Netherlands); Oslo, Bergen & the Fjords (Norway); Lisbon & The Algarve (Portugal); Edinburgh, Glasgow, Tayside & Grampian (Scotland); Madrid, Barcelona, Andalusia & the Costa del Sol (Spain); Stockholm (Sweden); Geneva, Bern & the Bernese Oberland (Switzerland).

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About the author (2010)

As a team of veteran travel writers, Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince have produced dozens of previous titles for Frommer's, including many of their guides to Europe, the Caribbean, Bermuda, The Bahamas, and parts of America's Deep South. A film critic, columnist, and radio broadcaster, Porter is also a noted biographer of Hollywood celebrities, garnering critical acclaim for overviews of the life and times of, among others, Marlon Brando, Katharine Hepburn, Howard Hughes, and Michael Jackson. Prince was formerly employed by the Paris bureau of the New York Times, and is today the president of In 2008, Porter and Prince collaborated on the release of their newest book about Hollywood, sexuality, and sin as filtered through 85 years of celebrity excess, Hollywood Babylon-It's Back!

Mark Baker is a long-time American expat who lives in Prague. He's one of the original editors of The Prague Post and was for years a correspondent and editor for Radio Free Euorpe/Radio Liberty, based in Prague. He's now a freelance writer and reporter. He's the author of Frommer's Prague Day by Day, and coauthor of Frommer's Eastern Europe and Frommer's Poland.

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

Sherry Marker's love of Greece began when she majored in classical Greek at Harvard. She has studied at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens and ancient history at the University of California at Berkeley. Author or coauthor of a number of Frommer's guides to Greece, she has published articles in the New York Times, Travel + Leisure, and Hampshire Life.

Dr. Ryan James was born and raised in Long Branch, New Jersey. He earned his doctorate in education from the University of San Francisco, and has taught English at ELTE University in Budapest since 2002. He and his partner own BudaBaB, a bed and breakfast on the Pest side.

Christi Daugherty is an expat American living in London. A former journalist, she's the author of several travel books including Frommer's Ireland 2007 and Frommer's Paris Day by Day. She also co-wrote Frommer's MTV Ireland and Frommer's MTV Europe. She learned everything she knows about Ireland accidentally, while getting lost repeatedly over the course of many years. She likes to think that she gets lost so you don't have to. On a recent trip, she stumbled across the ruins of the castle her family left behind when they fled Ireland in the 17th century, with the English hot on their trail. There wasn't much left of it. In her spare time she writes unpublished mystery novels.

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