Europe by Eurail 2009by LaVerne Ferguson-Kosinski
Europe by Eurail has been the train traveler’s one-stop resource for visiting the Continent by rail for more than thirty years. This time-tested and reader-friendly guide, newly revised and updated, is packed with all the information you need on more than ninety rail trips starting from your choice of twenty-four base cities located in seventeen/i>… See more details below
Europe by Eurail has been the train traveler’s one-stop resource for visiting the Continent by rail for more than thirty years. This time-tested and reader-friendly guide, newly revised and updated, is packed with all the information you need on more than ninety rail trips starting from your choice of twenty-four base cities located in seventeen countries. With your rail pass in hand, you can explore each country’s special attractions and learn about European life and culture. Including step-by-step directions and advice on where to go and what to see and do, this book helps take the puzzle out of rail travel on the Continent.
SUPERIOR TO OTHER TRAIN GUIDES!
Europe by Eurail is your best source for:
The latest information on fares, schedules, and pass options
Web sites and useful phone numbers for travelers
Sightseeing, attractions, and special tour information for each base city
Personally researched trips to take you throughout Europe
Fifteen-day European itinerarie
Practical travel tips on keeping costs down, traveling light, conquering jet lag,exchanging currency, and coping with language differences
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The information in this book could be found by anyone with a basic knowledge of the internet. The timetables are available for free online and the suggestions for daytrips were simplistic and uninformative. Each city's website has similar recommendations that are available for free. There was no insider information here. Unless you are scared of using the internet to find information (in which case, why are you reading this online review?) I do not think this book is worth the cost. I much more highly recommend "Hostels: European Cities" by Paul Karr.