Hopefully, you’ll be taking advantage of the low fares to Europe this summer. If so, and if you’re starting to map out your trip, you’ll most likely want a great guidebook. Here are some of the best Europe guidebooks:
- Rick Steves Best of Europe (from $20.88)
- Rick Steves Europe Through the Back Door 2017 (from $13.59)
- Europe by Eurail 2017: Touring Europe by Train (from $14.55)
- Fodor’s Essential Europe: The Best of 25 Exceptional Countries ( from $13.10)
- Let’s Go Europe 2017: The Student Travel Guide (from $13.38)
- Lonely Planet Europe on a shoestring (from $19.36)
- Lonely Planet Europe’s Best Trips (from $17.01)
If we missed your favorite, let us know in the comments!
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