This guide to Europe examines this vast and varied continent, covering over 35 countries and 992 towns from Morocco to Moscow and Turkey to Tipperary. The colour section brings together some of the continent's highlights, from Viennese cake shops and Dublin pubs to the Northern Lights and Greek Islands. There are accounts of all these attractions and many more, supported by first-hand advice, enabling readers to get the most out of their trip - whether they are gallery-hopping in Florence, bungee jumping in Switzerland or trekking in the Atlas Mountains. Critical listings give the best value-for-money options for accommodation, eating, drinking and transport - with the focus on budget travel. The maps and plans help with getting around and are fully indexed to the listings sections.The two religious holidays are Kurban Bayram (the Feast of the Sacrifice) (in 2004: Feb 22-25) and the ... Many shops and restaurants also close as their owners return to their home towns for the holiday. ... Otherwise go to a hospital ( klinik) - either public (Devlet Hastane or SSK Hastanesi), or the much higher- quality andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to Europe 2004|
|Author||:||Rough Guides (Firm)|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2003|