Faroe Islands nd The Bradt guide to the Faroes is still the only guide on the market dedicated to these unspoilt North Atlantic islands Known for their towering cliffs and mountainous terrain the islands offer a uniq

  • Title: Faroe Islands, 2nd
  • Author: James Proctor
  • ISBN: 9781841622248
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Bradt guide to the Faroes is still the only guide on the market dedicated to these unspoilt North Atlantic islands Known for their towering cliffs and mountainous terrain, the islands offer a unique opportunity to experience nature in the raw Hike through some of Europe s most unspoilt landscapes, explore traditional villages complete with turf roofed houses, cycle rThe Bradt guide to the Faroes is still the only guide on the market dedicated to these unspoilt North Atlantic islands Known for their towering cliffs and mountainous terrain, the islands offer a unique opportunity to experience nature in the raw Hike through some of Europe s most unspoilt landscapes, explore traditional villages complete with turf roofed houses, cycle round fjords and valleys or watch over 300 species of bird attracted by the abundant fish stocks of the North Atlantic.

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    1. The book I read to research this post was The Brandt Guide to The Faroe Islands which is an excellent book which I bought from . The Faroes have no indigenous mammals although they nowadays have twice as many sheep as people. Torshavn which has a population of 19,000 is the capital and centre of any nightlife. They're roughly 300 miles from the Shetland Islands. The only airport is quite far from Torshavn and you have to go under quite a long tunnel which helps shorten the route. There national [...]

    2. I found this guide really useful. I arrived in Torshavn from Reykjavik (city airport, not Keflavik) & the guide helped me quickly find the shopping district, the parliament, historic sites & art galleries. There is clear info on transportation links (bus, chopper, ferry, etc.), currency, medical & all hotels/restaurants with price points. There is also a breakdown of all the islands (not all are inhabited), how to get there & local tour operators.Because this book helped me plan [...]

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