101 Beautiful Towns In France

101 Beautiful Towns In France by Simonetta Greggio
ISBN
9780847828418
Published
Released
01 / 03 / 2008
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
272
Dimensions
258 x 262 x 26mm

Building on the success of '101 Beautiful Small Towns in Italy', this book reveals the most enchanting hidden hamlets of France. Focusing on one of the most popular tourist destinations for English-speakers this book will indulge and intrigue.

Travel between hilltop hamlets in the Central Massif and in the Pyranees to rockbound costal fishing villages in Normandy and Brittany to the ancient woodsy towns of Alsace with their half-timbered Hansel and Gretel style architecture. Sidebars offer invaluable information on local curiosities and delights to explore, unique artisan products to buy, local wines to savour and age-old culinary specialties to sample.

Beautiful as well as informative, this book is a tour through the delights of the French countryside – a place where the pace slows down and every town has its own unique speciality.
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Building on the success of '101 Beautiful Small Towns in Italy', this book reveals the most enchanting hidden hamlets of France. Focusing on one of the most popular tourist destinations for English-speakers this book will indulge and intrigue.

Travel between hilltop hamlets in the Central Massif and in the Pyranees to rockbound costal fishing villages in Normandy and Brittany to the ancient woodsy towns of Alsace with their half-timbered Hansel and Gretel style architecture. Sidebars offer invaluable information on local curiosities and delights to explore, unique artisan products to buy, local wines to savour and age-old culinary specialties to sample.

Beautiful as well as informative, this book is a tour through the delights of the French countryside – a place where the pace slows down and every town has its own unique speciality.
ISBN:
9780847828418
Publication Date:
01 / 03 / 2008
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
258 x 262 x 26mm

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