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Eperon's French Wine Tour by Arthur Eperon

Eperon's French Wine Tour

by Arthur Eperon

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The Republic of Austria spans some 83, 853 square km in south-central Europe. The entire western third of the nation lies in the Alps, and much of its central and southern territories are Alpine as well - some 75% of the country is mountainous. The nation boasts a greater percentage of forested land than any other European nation - about 39% of its terrain is covered with trees. Whether you love to walk or you love to find the most unforgettable restaurants, shops and charming inns, this guide has you covered! Traditional mountain hamlets oozing with allure. Fun attractions for parents and kids. Resorts where the revelry starts early and lasts long. Havens of hedonism for shopping, dining and entertainment. Towns with the best surrounding trails for walking or skiing. It's all here! The author also details the most pristine wilderness areas, the most dramatic drives, resorts where socialites show up to show off, discrete retreats for a quiet getaway, all the places to stay, from guesthouses and hostels to the most luxurious hotels. This book shows you how to experience everything this region offers more intensely and directly than most travelers know how to do - seeing the places close-up through adventures, both cultural and physical.… (more)

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