Aimed at independent travellers and armchair travellers alike, this evocatively written and beautifully photographed book takes you to the best places in Europe, both on and off the beaten track. The Traveller's Atlas: Europe ranges from a new look at must-see cities like Paris, Venice, Amsterdam and Rome to some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet: the Swiss Alps, the Pyrenees, the Pindus mountains of northern Greece, and the Tatry mountains of Slovakia. If you've been to some of these places, like the fijords of Norway or the ruins of Ephesus in Turkey, this book will make you want to go again tomorrow. If you're planning to go, the book includes practical tips as well as insightful writing. And if you know you'll never get to visit everywhere, the words and images in The Traveller's Atlas: Europe will make you feel that you have. About the author Mike Gerrard is a British travel writer whose work has won several awards, and appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world including The Times, Wonderlust and The Washington Post. He has also written over 30 guidebooks for all the major travel publishers.
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