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Rick Steves' Europe Through the Back Door 2009 is the definitive guidebook for an affordable and unforgettable trip to Europe. Covering all the essentials and more from packing to transportation to foreign currency Rick's tips allow travelers to become temporary Europeans,” saving them time and money along the way. Rick also includes his personal favorites, or back doors,” throughout Europe that will take you away from the tourist-beaten path and into a unique European adventure. Whether it's surfing in Munich's rivers or finding an Egyptian pyramid in Rome, Rick leads travelers to little-known and unforgettable experiences.
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"The more money you spend, the bigger the wall you build between yourself and the culture you traveled so far to visit. Stay in the small inns, eat in family-style restaurants, visit out-of-the-way places, rub elbows with the locals. You'll spend less money and have a great time in the process."
This is Rick Steves's "back door" travel philosophy. For more than 25 years, he has traveled and led tours around Europe, finding and sharing the joy of simplicity and openness.
Along with tried-and-true tips on packing, transport, sleeping and eating well on a budget, and meeting the locals, Steves reveals more than 30 "back doors" found throughout Europe, from a tiny lake town in Austria to the narrowest gorge in the world, which winds through Crete. If Europe is your destination, this book is more important than your luggage. --Kathryn TrueReview:
Steves preaches a low-cost, low-to-the-ground style that not only saves money, but gets you closer to the real Europe, the way Europeans experience it.
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