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Last updated February 07, 2016. 

France Travel Guides
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  Lonely Planet France
This edition includes 143 detailed maps (including full-color maps for Paris), an easy-to-follow language section with a regional food glossary, and details on where to stay and eat and how to get around for a range of budgets.

I met several people who had this guide while I was in Paris--everyone agreed it was a great guide.  Lives up to the Lonely Planet's reputation as the best guide books available.


  Lonely Planet Paris
Features: 20 pages of detailed city maps in color, including metro map; where to stay, from camping grounds to some of the world's most luxurious hotels; exhaustive listings of places to eat: choose from a wide range of ethnic cuisines or experience true haute cuisine; new 12-page overview of Parisian architecture, from centuries-old central Paris to the fierce modernism of the new suburbs; detailed entertainment guide, from cabaret at the Moulin Rouge to opera at the Opera Bastille; and day trips to the sumptuous chateaux of Versailles, Fontainbleau and Chantilly. 320





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