In addition to the main maps at 1:750 000, the continental road network is shown at three supplementary scales from 1:200 000 to 1:3M, with ultra-clear detailed maps for urban areas. Scenic routes are highlighted on the road maps, with theme parks and World Heritage sites clearly shown, together with larger-scale maps of Scandinavia, Greece and western Turkey. This atlas now also highlights towns with low emission zones and shows motorway rest/parking areas. "Philip's EasyRead Europe 2010" gives more for leisure travellers than any comparable product, plus a unique fact-finder that provides key statistics, currency and recent events for each country.
It includes: up-to-date driving regulations, including speed limits, for every country in Europe; listings for ski resorts and top visitor attractions, country by country; 23 pages of route-planning maps which enable journeys of over 800 miles to be planned without turning a page; 175 pages of clear, detailed road maps, with scenic routes highlighted and toll, toll-free and pre-pay motorways all clearly marked; large-scale approach maps for 24 major cities; and, 41 city-centre plans marking historic buildings and tourist attractions, as well as car parks, head post offices and other facilities. 
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