Four most visited European cities covered in one book.
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Amsterdam is best known for its luxurious canal houses, charming gabled facades and coffee shops. No wonder Amsterdam is often referred to as Venice of the north. Amsterdam is the largest city and the capital of the Netherlands (Holland).
Brussels is the capital of Brussels Capital region and Belgium. It is s cosmopolitan city, with an appeal and liveliness that are closely related to its culture.
Cologne is a beautiful city with an eclectic mix of architecture, with the river Rhine running through the center, you will not be short of things to do during your time in the fourth largest city in Germany. From the famous Cathedral, to lesser known sights including the sculpture park, botanical gardens and panoramic views from the Triangle, this is a city that is sure to impress.
Paris, The City of Light, the land of patisseries, home of the Mona Lisa, one of the romantic cities in the world; Paris is bursting at the seams with things to do. Whether you have a couple of hours or a couple of weeks in this magical city, there is plenty on offer to amuse visitors of all ages.
There is so much on offer in Paris, so much to see, to do, to taste; it is advisable to have a plan, to have a list of a few ‘must see’ destinations. The museums are sprawling and vast, and a whole day can easily be consumed in just one of the many art galleries;
This book is filled with attractions , hotels, train travel information around these three cities. Grab this value for money copy now and start planning your European vacation.