Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher At Lonely Planet, many of our favourite European experiences remain unknown to most travellers. We've created a mini-guide 'Secret Europe: 50 TRULY UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES TO INSPIRE YOUR NEXT TRIP' that includes clandestine nightclubs, secret hotels, killer views, off-the-radar villages, lesser-known cultural capLonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher At Lonely Planet, many of our favourite European experiences remain unknown to most travellers. We've created a mini-guide 'Secret Europe: 50 TRULY UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES TO INSPIRE YOUR NEXT TRIP' that includes clandestine nightclubs, secret hotels, killer views, off-the-radar villages, lesser-known cultural capitals, and more. Sourced from our expert authors, locals, and other in-the-know denizens, some of these experiences cannot be found in any guidebook. It's these kinds of unexpected, magical places that make unforgettable memories. Whether you've never been to Europe or have been 100 times, we're confident you'll find something here to whet your travel appetite, inspiring you to pick a country or region and start planning your next adventure there. No matter where your excursion leads, how many times you've been, or what you're looking for, there's always more to discover than you might expect. Wandering off beaten paths can happen anywhere, even in iconic well-trodden destinations like Paris, where you can find a hidden picnic area near a patisserie of glorious historic and gastronomic creds that few tourists will ever find. So, go forth, explore, and... shhhh, don't tell too many people about it. Coverage Includes: Spain: Cabo de Gata, Parque Natural Sierras Subbeticas, Gibraltar Czech Republic: Olomouc, Prague Poland: Krakow Turkey: Bozcaada Ireland: Cromane, Dublin Macedonia: Dihovo Italy: Lazio, Nocelle, Sibillini Mountains, Ostuni, Venice Croatia: Losinj, Zagreb Germany: Mechernich, Beuron, Berlin Netherlands: Haarlem, Amsterdam England: Battle, South Cotswolds, London Luxembourg: Luxembourg City Norway: Kjerringoy, Bergen Russia: Kaliningrad France: Amiens, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Paris Serbia: Belgrade Iceland: Reykjavik, Nordurfjordur Estonia: Tartu Montenegro: Morinj Belarus: Pripyatsky National Park Switzerland: Lavaux Albania: Shkodra Greece: Ithaca Georgia: Kakheti Portugal: Vila do Bispo Wales: Conwy Latvia: Sigulda Scotland: Claunie Finland: The Lakeland Crete: Milia There's More in Store for You: This mini-guide suggests hidden gems and unique activities to kick-start the planning stage of your next European experience. Each experience described in the sampler is paired with a reference to the Lonely Planet guide that will give you more details on the destination described. Next step, discover Europe beyond the typical iconic sights with Lonely Planet guides. Once you've decided which country, region, or city you want to explore, check out the related Lonely Planet guide for additional itineraries, detailed recommendations, and planning advice to ensure that exploring Europe is the rich, authentic experience you've always dreamt of. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community....
|Title||:||Secret Europe: 50 truly unforgettable experiences to inspire your next trip|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||43 Pages|
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Secret Europe: 50 truly unforgettable experiences to inspire your next trip Reviews
this was a very nice book. i liked a lot that this time scandinavia was not forgotten. also there were some nice pictures, great ideas off the beaten tracks and basically all european countries mentioned. well done, lonely planet!! the only thing i would personally add is a link to a webpage, when possible, to some of the mentioned places. i know, this is a free book and one should buy the guides to get more info. but i would not want to buy the whole book just for a cool tipp from this free sample. sure, there is always google. but some things even google cannot find ^^ apart from that, this was really nice. there were all the countries represented i care about and many more. nice interesting ideas and of course.. as lonely planet will always inspire in me.. hunger for travels :)
Interesting guide. I want to visit Europe so bad I can't stand it! If I didn't have things that tied me down here, I would definitely move.
Great ideasThis is a very fast read, as it only has 50 places, but it gives great ideas for places to visit while traveling in Europe. Most are little know or off the beaten path, but they all sound wonderful. Great, quick read.
Beautiful ideas and beautiful spots, but the layout is dreadful. I know that Kindle isn't the best device to showcase pictures, but I wonder if someone from Lonelyplanet took a look at the overall guide before publishing it.Oh well, it was free and it made my brain travel, so I can't complain
Like a lot of Lonely Planets freebies, this is a short and sweet idea book that skims possibilities. It gives me a research kick-start. I completely agree that no matter how many times you visit a place, you never lack something new. I loved the photos and learning stuff I did not know before.
Wish it was longer.Loved the descriptions and pictures. I wish it was longer, but I guess that's what you get with a free book. Totally keeping it though, for reference.
Not that interesting. This mini-guide lacks information and reads more like a newspaper article than an actual travel guide. Not worth downloading.
This wasn't that memorable for me. Not really the places in Europe that I was really looking for. Decent travel book still.
Decent travel guide. I am not the biggest fan of travel guides as I feel you can get a lot more information and up to date advice online. I only read travel books if I borrow them from the library.
GreatInteresting and awesome suggestions that I plan on using for my next Europe trip. Since we want to stay away from tourist traps this is a.great book