The Best Guides To Travelling In Europe

The Best Guides To Travelling In Europe

1. Travelling Europe on Budget — The Ultimate Guide

This Book is a complete Guide of Travel In Europe who want to stay on a cheap BUDGET when travelling. There are many Tips and Tricks included here so that anyone can get a very clear vision about travel without hassle throughout Europe. This book is Definitely for them who loves Hangout…!!!!!!! So Take yours and start Exploring………..

2. The Best of England for Tourists 2nd Edition: The Ultimate Guide of England’s Sites, Restaurants, Shopping, and Beaches for Tourists! (Travelling, Travelling … Sites, Adventures, Beaches, Restaurants)

Best of England! Learn All the Hot Spots! Great Sites, Restaurants and Places to Visit!

Here Is A Preview Of What is inside…

  • Best Restaurants
  • Best Beaches
  • Museums
  • Best Parks
  • Historical Landmarks
  • Shopping Districts
  • Much, much more!

3. London Travel Guide (Travelling on a Budget Book 3)

London is a city that has a pulse and is exciting to the core. It intertwines the old with the new, the traditional with the upbeat in a cutting edge modern atmosphere of mixed architecture and entertainment. The city has a rocking nightlife and sightseeing with everything from the local pub to the trendiest hotspots around the town.

It is also a cultural smorgasbord, art, theatre and vaudeville. London is drenched and rich in history and during your trip you can seep yourself in history, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, strolling along the Thames River and lots more. Grab this must read for your coming trip to London.

Are you ready for your London adventure?

4.Travel Guide Box Set #8: The Best of Spain For Tourists & Spanish for Beginners (Spain, Beaches in Spain, Restaurants in Spain, Shopping, Travelling to … Museums, Beaches, Sites, Shopping))


Spain is a country that is filled with a lot of delightful restaurants. Whether you are a lavish spender or a traveler with a tight budget, you can easily find an eatery that will suit your tastes and preferences. Aside from the menu, the designs of these establishments are all carefully planned to make sure that everyone will have a pleasant dining experience.

With more than 5,000 miles of breathtaking and sandy coastline, searching for a beach in this country can be a very easy task. Tourists usually flock towards popular areas such as Costa Blanca, or Costa del Sol. However, there are still other beaches that are as beautiful as the two but less congested and more peaceful.

Galleries and museums are sanctuaries for people who are too tired with the hustle and bustle of the city. They may not be as serene as a beach, but these establishments are still good places to visit if you want to loosen up a bit. In addition, it is also nice to learn a little bit of history every once in a while. You will be amazed at how old paintings and ancient artifacts can amaze you. If you are planning to visit Spain, you should definitely check out these galleries and museums.

5.Serbia in Your Hands: All You Need for Travelling Through Serbia in One Guide

“Serbia in Your Hands” is the travel guide for those looking for something off the beaten path. Written entirely by travel specialists who actually live in Serbia, the book offers historical and cultural notes for each region in Serbia, along with practical information, such as the best places to stay, where to eat etc. Travellers on a budget will delight in the more than 500 colour photos that illustrate the guide, which show clearly what to expect before you get there. Of special note are places rarely visited by outsiders – ancient castles, monasteries, national parks, and ruins of the Roman, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian cultures that left their mark in Serbia. Those looking for a smart city break won’t be disappointed. The guide includes insider recommendations for Serbia’s roaring music festivals, arts, opera, and picturesque floating cafes on the Danube. “Serbia in Your Hands” is the guide for those who want something different and who don’t mind learning a thing or two during their travels.


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