3 edition of Guide to Switzerland found in the catalog.
Guide to Switzerland
William Augustus Brevoort Coolidge
|Statement||by W.A.B. Coolidge ; with cycling supplement by Chas. L. Freeston.|
|Series||Black"s guide books|
|Contributions||Freeston, Charles L. 1865-1942.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
Switzerland: the home of the Matterhorn, Swiss clocks, cheese and chocolate, alpine meadows, Heidi and four official languages. The beauty of the Alps is unparalleled, and the urban experiences in Geneva, Basil, Zurich and Lausanne are rich and varied. Enjoy it all with a friendly local guide on a private Switzerland tour. About DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Switzerland See history, art, and more in this unique and vibrant country. From top restaurants, bars, and clubs to standout scenic sites and walks, our insider tips are sure to make your trip :
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The Rough Guide to Switzerland tells you all there is to know about this beautiful and varied country. The page, full-colour section introduces all of Switzerland''s highlights, from snowboarding in the Alps and sampling swiss wine to the country''s Gothic /5. Book your trip Books Features French-speaking Switzerland, or Suisse Romande, occupies the western third of the country, comprising the shores of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) and the .
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Discover the best Switzerland Travel Guides in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. This Rough Guide to Switzerland has a useful combination of travel narrative, color pictures, maps and diagrams for the enterprising traveler.
The text is divided by geographic area within Switzerland, along with introductory sections on Switzerland and its practicalities for visitors/5(14). There is a wealth of practical info in this book.
The maps of towns and suggested walks are good. His love for certain areas of the country is plain. However, the info in Switzerland is often obvious once you arrive, as the Swiss want their visitors to be happy and everything to run smoothly/5(). Switzerland: prepare your stay with the Michelin Green Guide.
Useful info, unmissable tourist sites, hotels and restaurants - Switzerland A patchwork of languages and cantons, Switzerland is depicted by alpine peaks, legendary ski resorts, thick forests and lush green meadows, to which you can add meticulously preserved traditional.
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I can recommend a book that focuses on hiking in a specific area of the Alps. It's called "Walks in the Engadine " by Kev Reynolds. This brit has been on every trail in this area and has detailed notes regarding the trails and villages from complicated overnight hikes to simple day walks.
British nationals madevisits to Switzerland in Most visits are trouble-free. If you’re living in or moving to Switzerland, visit our Living in Switzerland guide in addition to this travel advice.
There is a general threat from terrorism. There may be increased security in place over the festive period, including at Christmas. The Rough Guide to Switzerland. An in-depth, easy-to-use guide filled with expert advice.
Slow Train to Switzerland. Diccon Bewes, Nicholas Brealey Publishing (). Follows the route of Thomas Cook's first international tour to Switzerland in to discover what's changed and what hasn't. An engaging and well-researched historical account made all the more enjoyable by the author's entertaining observations.
Official phonebook of Switzerland. The official phonebook of Switzerland helps to find phone numbers of private residents and enterprises. You can find the address and the name of a person by searching with his phone number (reverse phone number).
Travel to Switzerland and discover a country that is unofficially divided into four linguistic regions—the surrounding nations of France, Germany, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein gladly sharing.
Our newly updated guide brings Switzerland to life, transporting you there like no other travel guide does with expert-led insights and advice, detailed information on all the must-see sights, inspiring photography and our trademark illustrations.
You'll discover: our pick of Switzerland's must-sees, top experiences, and hidden gems/5(77). Switzerland Travel Guide: Suggested Reading Scrambles Amongst the Alps, by Edward Whymper This book takes us back to the s, when Edward Whymper was just a 20 year old English wood engraver who set his eyes upon the Alps for the first time.
Little, mountainous, efficient Switzerland is one of Europe's most appealing destinations. Wedged neatly between Germany, Austria, France, and Italy, Switzerland melds the best of all worlds — and adds a healthy dose of chocolate, cowbells, and cable cars.
Fiercely independent and decidedly high-tech, the Swiss stubbornly hold on to their. Photograph your local culture, help Wikipedia and win. Baedeker Guides are travel guide books published by the Karl Baedeker firm of Germany beginning in the s.
Paris and its environs, with routes from London to Paris, and from Paris to the Rhine and Switzerland (8th ed.), Leipzig: Karl Baedeker,OCLC Explore Switzerland holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Look beyond the chocolate, cuckoo clocks and yodelling – contemporary Switzerland, land of four languages, is all about once-in-a-lifetime journeys, heart-racing Alpine pursuits and urban culture.
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Russia & Baltics. Scandinavia & Iceland. Spain, Portugal, Morocco. This Switzerland Travel Guide aims to provide you with simple and stress-free travel planning information and inspiration for planning a trip to Switzerland.
On this regularly updated page you will find links to useful posts on The Trusted Traveller, budget information, details on types of accommodation available, information on getting around.
I mainly bought Fodor's Switzerland travel guide for the section on Geneva. The Rick Steves' Switzerland travel guide is excellent and has better coverage on using Switzerland's excellent rail system, but Rick Steves doesn't have any information on Geneva.
The Fodor's travel guide does not have an index, which I found very annoying/5(42). National Geographic’s latest travel stories about Switzerland. How absinthe made a comeback in its Alpine homeland—after a century-long ban.Books to Read About Switzerland If you’re looking for a couple of guidebooks to help you during your trip, here are a few of our recommendations.
Rick Steve’s Switzerland – If you’re looking for a guidebook to help you make the most out of your trip to Switzerland, I adore .This fun, well-researched book covers all the basics in an easy-to-digest look at 21st-century Switzerland.
Target Switzerland: Swiss Armed Neutrality in World War II (Stephen P. Halbrook, ). Halbrook posits that Switzerland's robust preparation for armed resistance against the Nazis was a key to its success in maintaining neutrality.