Europe – New Look at the Old Continent
If you like to travel and learn about new places perhaps you were intrigued by the first part of our new book guide Europe – The Greatest Trips by the familly publishing house Dajama. It is not a traditional book guide which would simply tell facts on history and sights in a given country. Quite the contrary. The book includes personal experience by the young author and trained historian Juraj Kucharík who for several years traveled to and learned about European cities.
The book guide includes 15 trips to 9 European countries, and 80 interesting places and localities. The publication lures you to learn about the magic of European cities and towns. There are lists of the top sights at the selected places or tips for "budget" traveling.
The book guide includes the popular places such as Praha, Rome, Athens or towns surrounding them. What makes this book guide better than the others are routes to nearby towns and localities. If you plan to enjoy extended weekends by exploring Europe this book guide can be of great inspiration to you.
Traveling for Young and Families with Children Alike
Backpack traveling is very popular around the world. It is a form of budget traveling with only the necessary things. Getting around is usualy not complicated. Even our young pack their things, find free accommodation through "couchsurfing" or learn about the living of the locals through "Airbnb". The book guide gives you the information on "unrestrained traveling" – you can combine the routes,. Many trips are in form of circuit routes. You can take these with your families or friends also by car.
You Don't Need a lot of Money to Travel
The author deliberately choose destinations to which you can affordably travel by plane, on a train, by bus or even on a bike from the Czech Republic or Slovakia.
In the summer season, you can travel also cheap. For instance, for only 20 euro you can travel by plane to Bologna and visit the amphitheater in Verona, St Anton basilica in Padova, city walls in Ferrara, bridges, canals, square or the Doge's Palace, Venice. We can travel to Venice by bus or directly on a train from Wien. A sightseeing tour is best undertaken by car. Thus you can add some places in Austria to your itineary for instance Wien, Melk, Linz or Salzburg.
Well, we won't spoil more. If you are interested in this book guide you can buy it in any good book store or you can win it. Write us the names of at least three European cities to 4gsyQOQa9~Bq2~6_Tlx until June 29, 2017. We announce the winner in our social media.
Europe Book Guide – the greatest trips is not only great to read but also inspiring. We are looking forward to read its next part.
Source and photos: DAJAMA archive
Edited by: Infoglobe editorial staff
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