One of the most rewarding things about travelling through Western Europe is the rich variety of cuisine, customs, architecture and history. The flipside of course is that you'll encounter a number of very different languages. Most languages spoken in Western Europe, including English, belong to what's known as the Indo-European language family, believed to have originally developed from one language spoken thousands of years ago. Luckily for English speakers, all but one use Roman script.
- Coverage includes Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish.
- Never get stuck for words with Lonely Planet's quick reference dictionary for each language
- Order the right meal with Lonely Planet's menu decoders
- Use carefully selected words and phrases to get around with ease
|Date Published||February 1, 2013
|Dimensions||8.7 x 3.7 in