Provides a wealth of practical information on planning your visit - shopping, dining out, accommodation and seasonal events. Recommended sights and excursions for exploring destinations near and far, all graded to Michelin's renowned star system. Maps and town plans from Michelin's respected cartographers. Touring plans and itineraries to help make the most of your holiday.
Freshly updated Green Guide Brittany introduces a region of France steeped in salt water, history and tradition. Travelers will enjoy crafting their own journey, relying on Michelin s famed star-rating system for attractions and activities, plus recommendations for places to eat and stay. Tours by car and by foot invite exploration of medieval walled towns, sparkling seaside resorts, bustling fishing ports, prehistoric Celtic sites, and ancient salt marshes. Maps, color photos and evocative area descriptions complete the picture for a successful visit."
Discover the three regions in northeastern France that are world-famous for their culinary specialties, and particularly for their Champagne, wine and beer, with the newly updated Michelin Green Guide Alsace Lorraine Champagne. Explore diverse landscapes from the rolling foothills of the Vosges Mountains to Champagne s undulating plains; and delight in historic castles, postcard-perfect villages and vineyards, and stately Gothic cathedrals. Michelin's famed star-rating system, respected maps, suggested activities and trusted advice allow you to craft your own adventure, whether planning in advance or deciding spontaneously after arrival."
The updated Green Guide French Alps gives travelers the means to discover this breathtaking region through its color photos, detailed maps and Michelin's method of rating all attractions. Experience the area's picture-perfect villages, scenic hills and rugged mountains with suggested excursions, hikes, driving and walking tours, and even a relaxing stay at a spa. Recommendations for shopping, skiing, accommodations and restaurants are all there too. Whatever your agenda, this guide ensures you see the best of the French Alps.
The updated Green Guide Provence reveals the treasures of this southeastern corner of France. Explore Arles' many Roman monuments, go horseback riding in the Camargue or hike the limestone hills of the Alpilles. Savor a fish dinner in Marseille, sample the wines of Orange, or take a drive through Luberon's picture-perfect villages. With Michelin's celebrated star-rating system for top attractions, walking and driving tours, respected maps, suggested activities and recommendations for hotels and restaurants, you'll be able to craft a memorable trip. Looking for more treasures in Provence, check out the MICHELIN Guide France to locate the best restaurants and hotels in Provence or explore the region by car using Michelin's Provence-Alps-French Riviera Map no. 527.Michelin has been publishing travel guides and maps for over a century, with the goal to enhance your overall travel experience.
Discover the nooks and crannies of the renowned City of Light with the updated Green Guide Paris. Its famed star-rating system of attractions, maps, illustrations and walking tours ensure you don't miss a thing, from iconic sites like the Eiffel Tower to browsing among riverside stalls of old books, to a Friday night roller-blade rally through city streets. From flea markets to fine dining, whatever your budget, the guide s features and recommended restaurants, accommodations and activities help you uncover all that Paris has to offer."
This eBook version of the Green Guide France features Michelin’s trusted tips and advice, which make sure you see the best of France. From Normandy beaches to the grand châteaux of the Loire and beyond to Corsica's snow-dusted peaks, the Michelin Green Guide France uncovers gastronomic treats and hidden castles, while exploring rugged coastline, picturesque towns and the City of Love itself, Paris. Divided into 12 geographical regions, the guide offers star-rated attractions, regional introductions, detailed maps and suggested places to eat and stay for a variety of budgets, allowing the traveler to plan a trip carefully, or to be spontaneous.
Behind the Mediterranean's sandy beaches and secluded coves, the landscapes of Roussillon and the Aude progress through vineyards and wild countryside to reach high crags topped with ancient Cathar fortresses, and finally the Pyrenees' snow-capped peaks. Divided into regions for easy travel planning, the guide offers suggestions for activities, sights, driving tours, and great places to eat and stay. With color photos, maps and its famed star-rating system for reviewing attractions, the Michelin Green Guide Roussillon Pyrénées is the only guide you'll need.
Using Green Guide French Alps, travelers will discover this stunningly beautiful region. Detailed maps, color photos and Michelin's method of rating all attractions lead visitors through the best of the French Alps. Experience the area's picture-perfect villages, rolling green hills and rugged mountains. Suggested excursions, hikes, driving and walking tours, and recommendations for shopping, skiing, accommodations and restaurants ensure you have the best possible visit to the French Alps.For a selection of the best restaurants and hotels, buy the red MICHELIN Guide France. For driving or planning your trip for the French Alps, use the country map Michelin France Map No. 721 or the regional Road and Tourist Maps for the Rhone-Alps Map 523 and the Provence-Alps-French Riviera Map 527.
The updated Green Guide Provence highlights the region's top attractions, the most interesting towns, the best walking and driving tours, and great places to eat and stay. Drive past fragrant, iconic lavender fields, spot the wild horses of La Camargue, go caving in the Ardeche, or brush up on your history in Avignon. Michelin's celebrated star-rating system, respected maps, suggested activities and trusted advice give you the tools to craft your own travel adventure, whether you plan in advance or decide after arrival."
Updated Michelin Green Guide Burgundy Jura is the key to unlocking this fascinating area of France synonymous with robust food and heavenly wine-- a rich historical and cultural landscape ranging from sleepy farmland and sloping vineyards to scenic lakes and forest-cloaked alpine peaks. Travel planning is easy with the guide's detailed maps, star-rated attractions and activities, suggested driving tours, plus hotel and restaurant recommendations. You can rely on the Green Guide for an unforgettable travel adventure.
Like the region it covers, this Green Guide is always in season! Complete with practical information, recommended touring programs, a map of principal sights and a handy table and map highlighting great places to stay, this guide sets the standard for guides to this popular tourist region. A Michelin bestseller!