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Copenhagen City Pocket Freytag Berndt pl112 Copenhagen European Roads & Railways Map. This map shows how to get around Europe by planes, trains and automobiles, but mostly the last two. Included are inset maps of Northern Scandinavia and Iceland.
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This is a detailed city map of Copenhagen.  Includes tourist information and a street index.  Languages: German, English, Italian, French. This is a detailed city map of Copenhagen.  Includes tourist information and a street index.  Languages: German, English, Italian, French. European Roads & Railways Map. This map shows how to get around Europe by planes, trains and automobiles, but mostly the last two. Included are inset maps of Northern Scandinavia and Iceland.
Greenland road & travel map. Reise Know-How maps are double-sided multi-language, rip proof, waterproof maps with very modern cartographic style. Each map is very clear and detailed with an index of place names and often include inset maps. Scandinavia itmb Denmark and Southern Sweden ITMB
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Denmark & Southern Sweden
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Greenland road & travel map. Reise Know-How maps are double-sided multi-language, rip proof, waterproof maps with very modern cartographic style.  Each map is very clear and detailed with an index of place names and often include inset maps. Provides detailed coverage of almost all of what most of us consider to be the Scandinavian countries. Only the southernmost portions of Denmark had to be left off. The map is double-sided, with Denmark and most of Norway and Sweden on one side and their balances and Finland on the reverse side. The road network, particularly the motorways and A-type roads shown up very well. Secondary roads show well and also are easy to see. Rail lines are present as well as ferry routes, of which there are many. Denmark is, of course, a popular and interesting country to visit. So, for that matter, is Sweden. This map combines the best of both countries in a double-sided entity that shows all of Denmark on one side and the southern half of Sweden on the other side. The Danish side shows all roads that probably exist in the country as well as touristic attractions such as churches, windmills, castles, museums, and other points of interest. An interesting inset map of the island of Bornholm is included. The other side shows Sweden in great detail from the bridge joining Copenhagen to Malmo and the ferry between Helsingor and Helsingborg north to the border with Norway and east to Stockholm as well as much farther north into the interior lakes, all the way to Ostersund. A detailed map of the old town centre of Stockholm, known as Gamla Stan, is also included. Legend includes: Roads by classification, Railways, Airports, Hotels, Museums, Points of Interest, Harbours, Lighthouses and much more.
Denmark & Copenhagen travel road map. Denmark is relatively flat, so it is a great place for long distance cycling. The country has the well known Helsingor Castle (Hamlets Castle in Shakespeare), Roskilde Cathedral, the Aldstadt of Odense, the Crane Nest Baltic Sea travel map with details of cities. Includes the cities of Gdansk, Helsinki, Kobenhavn, Riga, St Petersburg, Stockholm add Tallinn. ​Reise Know How maps (world mapping project series) are easy to read, waterproof and highly durable travel maps Northern Europe and Scandinavia Travel Map Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights,
Denmark & Copenhagen travel road map. Denmark is relatively flat, so it is a great place for long distance cycling. The country has the well known Helsingor Castle (Hamlets Castle in Shakespeare), Roskilde Cathedral, the Aldstadt of Odense, the Crane Nests of Ribe and much more to explore. The city side covers most of the urban area, Copenhagen not being a huge metropolis to begin with, with good coverage for hotels, restaurants, even bus stops, pedestrian shopping streets in the city center, important buildings and museums, parks, rail stations and lines, and touristic attractions. The country side is new digital artwork covering the entire country, showing motorways main and secondary roads, as many town names as we could find, touristic attractions, parks, camping areas, and anything else that we felt a visitor might want to see on a travel map. Legend includes roads by classification, Railways,Elevation range, Natural Reserves, Point of interest, Museums, Hospitals, Restaurants, Information Centers, Gas stations, Hotels and much more. Baltic Sea travel map with details of cities. Includes the cities of Gdansk, Helsinki, Kobenhavn, Riga, St Petersburg, Stockholm add Tallinn. Reise Know-How maps (world mapping project series) are easy-to-read, waterproof and highly durable travel maps specifically designed for everyday use on the road. Reise maps combine state-of-the-art, GPS-compatible cartography (including hypsometric tints and contour lines) with a detailed rendering of road networks and touristic information. They offer the best possible scale, level of detail and readability, be it a map of a small island or half a continent. Northern Europe and Scandinavia Travel Map Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights, camping sites and various townships. The extensive index of local authorities also allows for a quick orientation. Tourist information also includes airports, railroads, ferries, and points of interest. City Plans: Helsinki, Kopgenhagen, Oslo, Reykjavik, Riga, Stockholm, Tallinn, Minsk, Vilnius and detailed index with postal codes.
Baltic Sea States travel map. Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights, camping sites ak6301 Denmark Greenland Faeroes Greenland & the North Pole Travel Exploration map. This map of Greenland contains a good deal of helpful information and general knowledge of the Island. Shows a small amount of topographical information. Greenland is indeed a fascinating place to visit.
Baltic Sea States travel map. Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights, camping sites and various townships. The extensive index of local authorities also allows for a quick orientation. Tourist information also includes airports, railroads, ferries, and points of interest. Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights, camping sites and various townships. The extensive index of local authorities also allows for a quick orientation. Tourist information also includes airports, railroads, ferries, and points of interest. A hard-backed road map of Denmark, Greenland and Faeroes.  Fully indexed with detailed plans of Kobenhavn, Arhus and Odense. Greenland & the North Pole Travel Exploration Map. This map of Greenland contains a good deal of helpful information and general knowledge of the Island. Shows a small amount of topographical information. Greenland is indeed a fascinating place to visit. Granted, much of it consists of inaccessible Icefields that, if they melted, would detrimentally raise ocean levels to catastrophic levels. The coastal regions are, however, inhabited, and it is possible to fly in or take an adventuresome cruise with Linblad and visit the giant island. Three-quarters of Greenland lies above the Arctic Circle and ice bergs carved out of the many slowly-moving rivers of ice are commonplace in the North Atlantic. Due to sea ice, the notable attractions of the island tend to be concentrated in the southern third. The original settlers are not the Norse, but Inuit peoples who migrated eastwards from what is now Canada’s northland. Although the area has been a Danish possession for centuries, only the relatively narrow Nares Strait separates it from Canada’s Ellesmere Island, and the famous Thule Air Force base is considerably south of Alert, Nunavut. The second side of the sheet is a separate map of the entire North Polar Region, centered on the true North Pole itself. The Polar Region consists of everything north of the Arctic Circle, but this map extends the concept southward to the 55th parallel, thereby including all of Scandinavia, including Denmark, as well as all of northern Canada, northern Russia, Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and even Scotland, Estonia, and Latvia. A tiny portion of Ireland and a goodly chunk of Belarus also fall into the range of this map, which is very interesting, and is unique. No other such map exists. It was prepared by the Canada Map Office as a project and is used here with permission. Believe it or not, as a result, this map is copyright by the Queen, as are all government maps produced in Canada. I think that’s a nice touch for an international map! Being a circular projection, the printing is from Canada at the ‘bottom; thus, the place names for Russia and Scandinavia are oriented from the perspective of a wall map. In other words, nomenclature is consistently downwards, not circular, so if the map is rotated, Russian place names would be upside down. The significance of this map cannot be understated. It is the only one ever prepared as a survey-specific quality of every nation on earth that could consider itself ‘polar’. Its scale prevents undue detail, but we have noted a short series of trivia points of note, such as the difference between true north and the magnetic pole, or the largest urban area in the region (Murmansk), or the location of the most northerly known thermal hot spring (Alaska). The urban area closest to the North Pole is Alert, at the top end of Canada’s Ellesmere Island, at about the 83rd parallel.
Copenhagen Encounter Lonely Planet. The Copenhagen Encounter guide gives you twice the city in half the time. Copenhagen is the most cosmopolitan and accessible of all the Scandinavian capitals. This urban oasis of calm, culture and conviviality is packed ak6303 Denmark North and South scansp Scandinavia Superatlas Freytag Berndt
Copenhagen Encounter
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The Copenhagen Encounter guide gives you twice the city in half the time. Copenhagen is the most cosmopolitan and accessible of all the Scandina-vian capitals. This urban oasis of calm, culture and conviviality is packed with some excellent museums, art galleries and unique monuments, as well as plenty of enchanting, historic streets and other beguiling areas that are perfect for a stroll and a gawp. This pared-down number is ideal for quick trips - it's less accommodation, more neighbourhood highlights and the best of local knowledge. Freytag & Berndt road maps are available for many countries and regions worldwide. In addition to the clear design, and shaded relief these road maps have a lot of additional information such as; roads, sights, camping sites and various townships. The extensive index of local authorities also allows for a quick orientation. Tourist information also includes airports, railroads, ferries, and points of interest. This is an excellent double map set of Denmark at a scale of 1:150,000.  Features two maps; Denmark North and Denmark South.  Ideal for cycling, driving and detailed trip planning. This is a coil bound, detailed, 500 page atlas of Scandinavia at scales of 1:250 000 and 1:400 000. Includes index and key plan. Includes city maps.
Faroe Islands Denmark travel guide. Located between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean. Still the only English-language guide to the Faroe Islands, covering everything from succulent fish suppers to remote hideaways, the Bradt guide is the def Scandinavia Lonely Planet Guide Book. Includes Planning chapters, Denmark, Finland, Tallinn, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Survival Guide chapters. Plus top itineraries and natural wonders feature, chapter on Tallinn and information on history and culture.
Scandinavia travel guide
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Situated between Scotland and Iceland, the Faroe Islands are arguably one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Wild, wet and windy, they are off the main tourist trail and remain one of the few places in the world where life moves at a sedate pace. Written by James Proctor, who has been visiting the islands for over 20 years, this new edition has been updated throughout. It brings together all the practical information that the independent traveller needs: details of new website addresses, transport links, weather reports, emerging tour operators, and information on new hotels and restaurants throughout all 18 islands. A visit there is a tremendously rewarding experience.

Scandinavia travel guide. Effortlessly chic cities meet remote forests, drawing style gurus and wilderness hikers alike. Endless days, perpetual nights. Rocking festivals, majestic aurora borealis. Scandinavia’s menu is anything but bland.

Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Scandinavia, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice:

  • inspirational images, the best of local knowledge and recommendations from our expert authors
  • planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip
  • local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your trip unique
  • plus a natural wonders feature, chapter on Tallinn and information on history and culture

Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Denmark, Finland, Tallinn, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Survival Guide chapters.