Mainland Europe

One would expect that the best guides to a route will be in the language through which that route passes — indeed, often that will be the only choice. More popular routes may be provided with guides in a foreign language (usually English). The reviews here aim to gauge the levels of linguistic stress as well as the content in the original. Where comparisons may be made across languages, we aim to assess just how far behind a foreign-language guide is, compared to the guides in the path’s native language.

Expect this section to be relatively thin compared with the offshore content.




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