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.
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.