uide is intended for travelers to Europe who would like to arrange their trip themselves and move by car and public transportation. Eight European countries have been selected and for each country, only one region is discussed (e.g., Ireland, the southwest; Austria, Salzburg to Vienna). Within each region, alternative-length routes are offered. Each region's attractions are described, and suggested shopping, dining, and lodging is listed, along with sources to write for more information and recommended reading. Travelers using this guide will be introduced to European vacations in the style that Europeans would experience. Well written and recommended, especially for those who wish to break away from ``packaged'' style tourism. Norma Allenbach, Amherst P.L., N.Y.