Europe Book List
Camping travel in Europe (with a vehicle) gives you a big advantage, you
can take along a few guidebooks and not have to carry them in a suitcase each time you
move to a different hotel. Here are the ones we've found most useful.
Traveler's Guide to European Camping - Mike and Terri
This is our book. Of course we think it's the best book available in the
U.S. about camping as you travel around Europe. Click on the book cover graphic for more
Europe By Van And Motorhome - David Shore and Patty
This book is a great introduction to the ins and outs of camping in
Europe. Don't buy it if you don't want to get enthused. Note that it is not a campground
Europe Through The Back Door 2007 - Rick Steves
Rick doesn't really consider himself a camping traveler, he's more into
trains and tour busses, but his books make great guides for campers too. The best part of
this book for us is the second half, 34 "back doors". These are destinations that
are off the beaten tourist path, and we think it's more fun to visit them
with a car and tent or RV
than by train.
Europe 101: History and Art for the Traveler - Rick
Steves and Gene Openshaw
Are you up to speed on your European history? If you aren't you can take
this book along to help you appreciate what you see.
Mona Winks: Self Guided Tours of Europe's Top Museums - Rick Steves
and Gene Openshaw
You'll probably visit a lot of museums in Europe, this book makes it more educational
and a lot of fun.
Lonely Planet Western Europe
Lonely Planet does a great job on European guidebooks for budget travelers. This one
covers Andorra, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein,
Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland. There is
also an Eastern Europe book as well as others covering individual
countries and additional regions.
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