Planning for Europe

Planning for Europe : What to Know Before You Go

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UPDATED WITH 2016 INFORMATION! You're going to Europe for the first time. You've made your reservations and you're ready, right? Wrong! There are lots of things you need to do before you leave home that you probably haven't thought about. But you'll be prepared for your trip and ready to have a wonderful time if you read this book before you go. It tells you everything you need to know and take care of before you leave on that fabulous vacation you've been dreaming about for years. The book includes information on: - how to make sure your credit card will work overseas - what to do to ensure you electronic devices and electric appliances will work - what to carry on the plane with you and what to put in your checked luggage - what extra items to pack for "just in case" situations - how to get the most out of your cell phone while spending the least amount of money - how to get a Value Added Tax refund on items purchased in Europe - what to expect when using the new electronic kiosks at U.S. Customs And much more. This book will answer the questions you have as well as some you haven't thought of. It's a "must have" for anyone traveling to Europe for the first time. Chapters include: Passports Credit Cards Money Adapters and Converters Cell Phones Packing Travel Insurance Sightseeing Information As Your Travel Date Approaches The Flight Travel Alerts Value Added Tax Customsshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 31 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.29mm | 104.33g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507817754
  • 9781507817759

About Marcy and Jon Ruesch

Marcy and Jon Ruesch live in Chicago. They love to travel, both nationally and internationally. In addition to travel, they enjoy movies, theater, and bike riding along Chicago's lakefront. Although they only recently returned from their most recent trip, they're already thinking about where they want to go next.show more