Fodor's France 2013
Fodor's guides are a kind of standard for travelers, since it contains destination detail, with their own ratings of tourist's spots, motels & restaurants, shops, and other attractions. Although Michelin and AAA also have their own ratings for tourists spots, I like the Fodor's a little better since it has greater detail and nicer pictures.
The book is divided into 16 chapters, which includes the 15 regions of France with a separate section on Paris. Exploring Par ...more
- The "Essentials" at the end of the book really are essential, so be sure to read those before you go!
- Whole regions of the country are missing, so make sure you have a good sense of your travel route/destination before you select this book.
- Many of the operating hours listed for specific sites were ...more
The book begins with background information. Then, region by region coverage, including places to eat, places to stay, attractions, the arts, nightlife, and so on. Regions covered include: Paris, Ile-de-France, the Loire Valley, Normandy, Brittany, Champagne Country, Alsace-Lorrane, Burgundy, Lyon and the Alps, Provence, and so on.
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