National Geographic Complete National Parks of Europe

National Geographic Complete National Parks of Europe

National Geographic Complete National Parks of Europe



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Discover a wild (and often off-the-beaten path) Europe--from Croatia's coastal beauty to Scotland's windswept highlands--in this comprehensive guide to 460 pristine parks and wild spaces, packed with full-color photos, detailed maps, and practical tips.

In these rich and informative pages, the travel pros at National Geographic bring you the premier guide to 460 national parks of Europe. Find your way to Snowdonia in Wales, offering more than 1,490 miles of walking trails through thick forests, coastal beaches, deep lakes, and jagged mountains. Catch a glimpse of more than 10,000 species inhabiting Germany's Bavarian Forest. Explore the flora and fauna while camping amid the twin peaks of France's PyrAcnAces. Or visit "the home of the giants," Norway's Jotunheimen park, containing the country's 29 highest peaks and plenty of backcountry hiking. This breathtaking tour spans the entire continent and will inspire your next grand adventure with more than 400 photos, 55 maps, rich histories, exciting itineraries, and need-to-know tips from what to do and how to get there. Each entry includes favorite spots for viewing scenery and wildlife, the best trails to walk or hike, and insights into what makes each of these parks worth visiting. Inspiring and informative, this illuminating guide will help you to experience Europe in a whole new way.

One of the world's leading nonfiction publishers, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC has published more than 1,700 titles, featuring such categories as history, travel, nature, photography, space, science, health, biography, and memoir. A portion of its proceeds is used to fund exploration, conservation, and education through ongoing contributions to the work of the National Geographic Society.

JUSTIN KAVANAGH is an expert guide for National Geographic Expedition's Ireland: Tales and Treasures of the Emerald Isle. His career in writing began at the Irish Press in Dublin; his work has since appeared in numerous publications including The Globalist, The Independent, The Title, and In Dublin. His writing has taken him across the world, from London to Tokyo to Washington, D.C. He previously served as editor for National Geographic International editions, which publishes magazines, books, and other media in more than 35 languages; and was formerly the senior editor for National Geographic Travel Books.

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536 Pages

6 7/8" x 9 3/4"