Luxembourg by Tim SkeltonLuxembourg by Tim Skelton


byTim Skelton

Paperback | February 7, 2015

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Author Tim Skelton's unique and much praised guide is the only one to focus solely on Luxembourg and fills an otherwise conspicuous gap in the market. Tim is a Luxembourg aficionado respected for his insider knowledge, and is a recognized writer not just on travel, but also on food and drink, both integral parts of the Luxembourg experience. Tourism to this unique and slightly quirky destination remains buoyant, with a mix of both leisure and business travelers visiting regularly, not least for the many institutions of the EU with offices here. Home to the rolling forests of the Ardennes, hill-top medieval castles, two entries on UNESCO Heritage Listings, and one of Europe's smallest wine-growing regions, and offering everything from first-class accommodation and Michelin-starred restaurants, to hiking and youth hostelling, this thoroughly updated brand new edition provides in-depth tips to suit every taste and budget.
Tim Skelton has spent five years on the road, visiting more than 70 countries and he has lived in the Netherlands since 1994, from where he regularly visits Luxembourg.
Title:LuxembourgFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.6 × 5.49 × 0.51 inPublished:February 7, 2015Publisher:Bradt Travel GuidesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1841628549

ISBN - 13:9781841628547

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Editorial Reviews

'The well-kept tourist secret that is Luxembourg is about to go global after a second information-packed travel guide to the country hits bookstores.'Luxemburger Wort May 2012 'The secret of a good travel story is that it makes you want to book your ticket right now. That was my response after reading Tim Skelton's Complete Guide to Luxembourg.' Simon Calder, The Independent