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Rick Steves' Best of Europe 1996 by Rick Steves1996
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 1998 by Rick Steves1998
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2000 by Rick Steves2000
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2001 by Rick Steves2001
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2002 by Rick Steves2002
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2003 by Rick Steves2003
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2004 by Rick Steves2004
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2005 by Rick Steves2005
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2006 by Rick Steves2006
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2007 by Rick Steves2007
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2008 by Rick Steves2008
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2009 by Rick Steves2009
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2010 by Rick Steves2010
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2011 by Rick Steves2011
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2012 by Rick Steves2012
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2013 by Rick Steves2013
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2014 by Rick Steves2014
Rick Steves' Best of Europe 2015 by Rick Steves2015

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  1. Rick Steves' Europe Through the Back Door: The Travel Skills Handbook by Rick Steves (1984)
  2. Insight Guides Continental Europe by Roger Williams (1984)
  3. The Rough Guide to Europe by Rough Guides (1992)
  4. Europe by Train: The Complete Guide to Inter Railing by Katie Wood (1983)
  5. Europe's Monastery and Convent Guesthouses by Kevin J. Wright (2000)
  6. Weird Europe: A Guide to Bizarre, Macabre, and Just Plain Weird Sights by Kristan Lawson (1999)
  7. AAA Europe TravelBook : The Guide to Premier Destinations 2002 Edition by AAA (1993)
  8. The Cultural Guide to Jewish Europe by Jean-Yves Camus (2004)
  9. AAA Travel Guide to Europe by American A... Association (1987)
  10. Europe's Best Places to Stay (Eyewitness Travel Guides) by DK (2000)
  11. Time Out Budapest by Time Out (1996)
  12. The Best European Travel Tips by John Whitman (1980)
  13. Berlitz Pocket Guide Copenhagen by Vernon Leonard (1979)
  14. Frommer's Complete Guide: Vienna & the Danube Valley by Darwin Porter (1997)
  15. Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe by Bill Bryson (1991)

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