France 7 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)

France 7 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)

Nicola Williams / Sep 15, 2019

France Lonely Planet Country Guides Gaze at the gargoyles and ponder Quasimodo s fate as you laze in the park behind Notre Dame Fly off piste down glaciers near Chamonix on the notorious Vall e Blanche descent Get lost in secret passage

  • Title: France 7 (Lonely Planet Country Guides)
  • Author: Nicola Williams
  • ISBN: 174104233X
  • Page: 270
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  • Gaze at the gargoyles and ponder Quasimodo s fate as you laze in the park behind Notre Dame Fly off piste down glaciers near Chamonix on the notorious Vall e Blanche descent Get lost in secret passageways beneath Lyon and discover why silk weavers toiled to build them Spit a mouthful of Burgundy without causing offence at Beaune s Ecole des Vins de Bourgogne Six authors, 23 combined years living in France, 196 days of in country research, 184 maps You asked for it, we research it value accommodation in this edition Belle Ile Romance, Marseille short break, Tour de France trail take inspiration from our itineraries and explore France your own way.

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    530 Comments

    1. Me gusta mucho la guía. Tengo pocos días y es un excelente guía general del país, esta bien remarcado lo que no te puedes perder!.Lo único que no me gusta por el momento es que hay cosas importantes que no están debidamente marcadas en los mapas y sí están en el texto.Por lo demás, muy muy buena y hay mucha diferencia con el resto de las guías, es mucho mejor.


    2. El buscador no funciona muybien y no hay index para ir directamente a los pueblos ciudades. Prefiero la version en papel.


    3. This is, and will most likely stay, my first Kindle book.I have been a fan of guidebooks since the India Travel Survival Kit still carried funny drawings.Since then, I bought good ones, not so good ones and so-so ones, but all on paper. Of course, the quality went down after the original owners sold out, but a LP guidebook is still a good standard.Now I buy the Kindle version of a guidebook.Hm Text seems to be all there. Check.So are the maps. Tiny, tiny maps. Unreadable maps. Unzoomable maps.S [...]


    4. I am a fan of the Lonely Planet series because they cater to the serious traveler. If you are a budget to mid-range traveler, these books are for you, though they do include a few "splurge" hotels here and there. The book is thorough and covers a number of smaller towns and more out-of-the-way places, rather than just highlighting a few popular tourist destinations as it seems too many books do now. If you are going to France for a week or more, I highly recommend this book, as it is better than [...]


    5. What I liked best about this book was the overview of the country. It gave history of the country and then also gave ideas on what to see and do if you want to enjoy learning the history of the country. If you aren't into that sort of thing this book offers the traveler ideas of places to go and things to see that are more modern and not necessarily educational/historic. This book also offers time and money saving tips and off the beaten path places to see and experience while you travel. If [...]


    6. This travel volume, by the folks at Lonely Planet, is well done! It begins with the authors listing their favorite places, with nice color photos to illustrate--from # 1, Avenue Champs-Elysees to # 16 Annecy. The book begins with an exhortation to prepare for a trip to France well in advance: "Some parts of France are tried-and-true, bona fide 'dream destinations' and as such require planning weeks, if not months, in advance in order to snag the best room in the house. . . " (page 18).Introducto [...]


    7. I like the Lonely Planet Series very much. It is candid, charming, lotsa tidbits and enjoyable read. I am going to Paris and bought this and the Paris one. My only criticism is that some of the hotels are on the low end, I not sure I would stay in. This series takes a fresh look at Europe and is very up to date enconomically, socially and politically. I found other travel books like reading those translators of literature using British accents for all novels regardless if they are French or Russ [...]


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