guide to driving and camping in Germany

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Germany

Germany’s long-held passion for art and archeology has filled their museums with fabulous, artistically presented collections. Living and breathing culture, its opera companies, symphonic orchestras, and theaters are world-renowned. Lovers of music and frivolity, their summer festivals, symphony halls, churches and beer halls are all delightful. Long distance, off-road, designated cycle routes along the Danube and Rhine Rivers, Lake Constance, and the Romantic Road are paved and popular. Cyclists can park at the bus station in one town and then load their bikes on a bus to return to their car later. Campgrounds have modern amenities and lovely landscaping. Germans are world leaders in building vast, efficient roadways and autostratas. They love their cars and are proud of their driving skills.

INCLUDES DETAILED DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO DRIVE TO CAMPGROUNDS
AND MAJOR SITES IN 26 COUNTRIES

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  • “Mickelsen’s love for exploring the unknown is infectious, and anyone who reads this book will be tempted to follow in her car-tracks. Highly recommended for all public libraries.” ~Library Journal

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