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Berlitz Executive Travel Guide is the complete tool kit for the European traveler. Learn foreign language basics - fast - covering all the languages you need for your trip. Examine detailed country by country references covering sightseeing attractions, business background, travel tips, cultural information, itinerary preparation, history, video clips and 500 rich full color photos.
Learn the culture of foreign business, including negotiating tips, body language and social do's and taboos.
Includes travel information on 24 European countries:
And 15 business cities:
Complete language help for your trip - 17 languages on one disc:
Check current international weather and news on PRODIGY.
Requirements: Recommended - 80486sx PC with double speed CD-ROM drive, MPC compatible sound card, mouse, speakers, color VGA monitor, 8 bit VGA adapter (256 colors), 8MB RAM, 4MB free hard disk space, MS-DOS 3.3 or later and Windows 3.1 or later. Modem required for connection to Prodigy Service.
CD-ROM Today, January 1996
"These discs are some of the most practical tools international business-people can add to their multimedia arsenals, providing an exhaustive yet manageable amount of coaching and information."
"Each disc uses a map as its home screen and offers four options: reference, language, travel, and planner. You can select a country with the cursor, then choose an option.
"Reference is a good starting point. Among the topics you'll find there are: Business Background, Culture, Major Cities, Entry/Customs, Transportation, Climate/Clothing, Social Background, and Money Matters. This kind of detail is invaluable when visiting an unfamiliar country - it's helpful to know whether to bring gifts (and what kind) when closing a business deal. It also helps to know when a country's holidays are."
"The language section, while not designed for native fluency, is more than adequate for the business or pleasure traveler."
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