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The book The New York Times 36 Hours Europa (2nd edition) by Taschen Verlag
36 Hours is about travellers with little time, who also find many worthwhile destinations in Europe. For example, the book lists ancient wonders of the world, modern metropolises and even tiny picturesque hamlets that can be admired in over 50 European countries. 130 travel plans are included, compiled by absolute connoisseurs of our continent. They lead to very well-known treasures as well as to the best-kept secrets of Europe. Renaissance pomp in Florence is treated in the same way as flamenco in Seville. We travel with the book to the chic Lake Como and to relaxed Lisbon. Europe offers the ancient and the top modern, the world famous and the unexpected. The 36 hour itinerary allows you to experience a European adventure in a weekend.
About the book The New York Times 36 Hours Europe (2nd edition)
The New York Times 36 Hours Europa (2nd edition) from Taschen Verlag is an updated edition of Barbara Ireland and is published in flexicover. The German language edition is beautifully bound in linen with ribbons and a thumb index. It measures 16.8 x 24 cm and contains 672 pages (ISBN 978-3-8365-4049-0). Barbara Ireland was the New York Times travel editor and as such responsible for "36 Hours" travel columns. She studied at Cornell University and Stanford.