Michelin Green Guide Provence
Michelin Tourist Guides
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|Format: ||Paperback, 408 pages, 11th Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||130 colour illustrations, 50 maps|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 August 2017|
Short DescriptionThe 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."
About the Author
In 1889 two brothers, Andre and Edouard Michelin, took over management of a tyre factory in France. This was the start of a great odyssey to develop human transport solutions, while valuing safety, efficiency and the pleasures of driving on the road. In 1908, Andre opened the Travel Information Bureau in Paris to help travellers plan their itineraries and then in 1910 the first Michelin road map was published. Today, Michelin has one of the best mapping systems in the world and offers atlases, maps and travel guides for many countries. The iconic Michelin Man, called Bibendum, is one of the most recognised logos of all time - Andre and Edouard's vision of how a pile of tyres would look if they made a man.
24.8 x 11.4 centimetres (0.31 kg)|
15+ years |