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Mini-biographies:    Durant Imboden    Cheryl Imboden

photoOur travel Web sites began as The Baby Boomer's Venice in early 1996, followed by Venice for Visitors and Switzerland for Visitors when The Mining Co. (later to become was launched in 1997. These topics soon expanded into Europe for Visitors and Switzerland/Austria for Visitors, and one of us (Durant Imboden) also found time to write a guidebook, Buying Travel Services on the Internet, for McGraw-Hill.

photoOur relationship with ended in fall, 2001. Since then, we've acquired our own domains and placed our copyrighted material on six tightly integrated sites: Europe for Visitors, Venice for Visitors, Paris for Visitors, Rome for Visitors, Switzerland and Austria for Visitors, and Europe for Cruisers.

These editorial "content sites" provide more than 6,000 pages of original articles, annotated links to other Web sites, and additional travel-planning resources that are specifically geared to European travel and cruising--primarily in Western and Atlantic Europe, which are the areas of Europe that we know best.

To serve our readers, we travel extensively and have an annual travel budget in the five figures. We also work closely with European tourist offices and other organizations to deliver in-depth coverage of destinations, cruises, and other travel experiences in Europe.

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Contact Us
We're happy to discuss editorial issues by e-mail.

Audience (Traffic and Demographics)
See our Google Analytics traffic numbers and our latest Quantcast U.S. Demographics report.

Press Clippings
See what Forbes, The Washington Post, Time, PC World, USA Today, The New York Times, and other publications have written about us.

Promote your business or destination with display ads or keyword-targeted text ads.

PR Opportunities
Here's what PR professionals need to know about reaching our travel audience. (Also see our travel vendor and reader testimonials.)

Privacy Policy
In a nutshell: We don't know who you are unless you e-mail us, and if we do know, we won't share that information with anyone else.

Booking Partners
Hotels, car rentals and leases, sightseeing tours, etc.

Other Disclosures
A few words about press trips and review products.

Europe for Visitors Blog
Our EFVblog offers European travel news, views, and tips.  If you're headed for Venice, see our Venice Travel Blog and Maggie in Venice dog blog.

Organizational affiliation

SATW logoSociety of American Travel Writers
Durant Imboden belongs to the Editors Council of SATW, an organization for U.S. and Canadian travel writers and photographers.

Personal plugs

Maggie: A Beardie Rescue Dog
Learn about Maggie, an adopted Bearded Collie, and how you can save a dog through a canine rescue organization or--if necessary--give your own dog up for adoption. Also see our Maggie in Venice dog blog.
Durant Imboden edits this Web site and blog, which is subtitled "A travel writer's guide to self-publishing on the Web."

Uptown Minneapolis
OK, it isn't about Europe, but can't a proud mama and papa plug their son and daughter's first book? Also see Thatcher Imboden's and Cedar Imboden Phillips's Minnesota State Flair blog.

"Best of the Web"
- Forbes and The Washington Post

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Need a car in Europe?

If you live outside the EU, a tax-free tourist car lease can be cheaper than renting for visits of 21+ days. Minimum driver age is 18, there' s no upper age limit, and rates include insurance.

  arrow  Renault Eurodrive car leases


Traveling by train?

Get free schedules, maps, and guides for 50+ European railroads. (Residents of North and Central America can buy tickets and rail passes online.)

  arrow Rail Europe

Our companion sites:

  arrow Venice for Visitors

  arrow Paris for Visitors

  arrow Rome for Visitors

  arrow Europe for Cruisers