Luxembourg: Bradt Travel Guides

Autor Tim Skelton
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 5 dec 2018
Luxembourg Travel Guide - Holiday advice and expert tips including Luxembourg City and accommodation, Hamm, itineraries, tours, cycling and hiking routes. Also covering Michelin-starred restaurants, wine regions, castles, Vianden, Bock and Petrusse casemates, Esch-sur-Sure, the Ardennes, sightseeing in the Ardennes, Moselle Valley and Mullerthal.
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ISBN-13: 9781784776008
ISBN-10: 1784776009
Pagini: 248
Dimensiuni: 136 x 216 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.23 kg
Ediția:4th Revised edition
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Notă biografică

Having travelled extensively around the globe, visiting more than 80 countries, British-born Tim Skelton moved permanently to the Netherlands in the 1990s. After a spell working for the Dutch energy and environment agency, he became a freelance writer in 2002. Since then he has enthused at length about Luxembourg and the other Benelux nations for numerous publications, including UK national newspapers & international in-flight magazines. With his home town of Eindhoven surrounded by endlessly flat fields, Tim was quickly seduced by the undulating hills and valleys of the nearby Grand Duchy, just a two-hour drive away. In three decades of exploring the country he has hiked thousands of kilometres of its woodland trails, visited every museum in the land, and clambered over countless castle ruins. He has also selflessly tasted many of the country's finest wines and beers, dined out in hundreds of its best cafés and restaurants, and consumed more Pâté au Riesling than his waistline is ever likely to forgive.