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Rick Steves' Snapshot Barcelona by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Bath, Stonehenge & Nearby by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Berlin by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Bruges & Brussels: Including Antwerp & Ghent by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Copenhagen & the Best of Denmark by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Dordogne by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Dublin by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Dubrovnik by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Hill Towns of Central Italy: Including Siena & Assisi by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Italy's Cinque Terre by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Kraków, Warsaw & Gdańsk by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Lisbon by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Madrid & Toledo by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Milan & the Italian Lakes District by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Munich, Bavaria & Salzburg by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Naples & the Amalfi Coast by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Normandy by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Normandy & Brittany by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Northern Ireland by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Norway by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Rhine Valley by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Scotland by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Sevilla, Granada & Southern Spain by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot St. Petersburg, Helsinki & Tallinn by Rick Steves
Rick Steves' Snapshot Stockholm by Rick Steves

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  1. Top 10 Scotland (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides) by Alastair Scott (2003)
  2. Lonely Planet Pocket Berlin by Lonely Planet (2012)
  3. Rick Steves' Ireland by Rick Steves (2001)
  4. Scotland (Eyewitness Travel Guide) by Juliet Clough (1999)
  5. Wallpaper City Guide: Berlin by Editors of Wallpaper Magazine (2007)
  6. Lonely Planet Scotland by Neil Wilson (1999)
  7. Berlín y Alemania by Michael Ivory
  8. The Rough Guide to Scotland by Rob Humphreys (1994)
  9. Lonely Planet London by Sarah Johnstone (1998)
  10. Michelin Green Guide Berlin and Potsdam by Michelin Tyre PLC (1997)
  11. Little Known Museums in and Around Berlin by Rachel Kaplan (1999)
  12. Let's Go Germany by Let's Go Inc. (1994)
  13. Frommer's Complete Guide: Scotland by Darwin Porter (1988)
  14. New Europe by Michael Palin (1997)
  15. National Geographic Traveler: Scotland by Robin McKelvie (2011)

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