Michelin the Green Guide Provence (Michelin Green Guide) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2000/6/1
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Provence is a land of sunshine and color, luminous landscapes and a delightful climate. From the great Empire-builders of Antiquity, to contemporary tourists, no one remains indifferent to its charms. Roman amphitheatres, open-air markets fragrant with fresh herbs, the azure sea, fileds of lavender and more await you. THE GREEN GUIDE, the perfect travel companion: a discerning and up-to-date source of information. Practical and comprehensive, it offers suggestions on what to see and what to do, background on history and cultural heritage. Ideal guides for the independent tourist, THE GREEN GUIDE explores destinations both near and far. Sights are rated - 3 stars "worth a journey", 2 stars "worth a detour" and 1 star "interesting". Maps and itineraries make planning easy, whether visiting the highlights or venturing off the beaten track. Travel with THE GREEN GUIDE for an exciting and memorable experience.
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I actually like Michelin's book better than the Frommers. It seems to have more details such as 'what is a good place to park(we will be driving), detail info on buying discount museum tickets, etc' which is great for budget conscious travelers like me.
Two minuses I have: it does not cover the Riviera(since a lot of people tend to go to both places) Also, it 'wastes' too many valuable spaces on history, culture, buiding architecture, etc. Don't get me wrong, I love art and culure but wasting pages on explaining architectural names seem to be a bit too much. I will be walking around with this guide book and I doubt i will be looking or reading these pages. I can always find these info online If I wanted to learn more about them. I rather have them cover more on towns or simply make it shorter to make the book lighter.