The Rough Guide to Paris begins with a 'Colour Section' on glossy paper consisting of an introduction, information on what to see and when to go, and twenty things not to miss. There are plenty of colour photographs as well as inserts on the Metro, the River Seine, and Paris climate. The names ... Read review
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while strolling through the streets of Paris. Be inspired by the café music of the world's most romantic of cities - from original acoustic bal musette to the emerging sounds of twenty-first-century Paris. Music Rough Guides are a great way to explore and enjoy different styles of music from around the world. This Special Edition Rough Guide takes you even deeper, by introducing our favourite source CD from Beltuner, one of the top artists featured on this collection. Enjoy the extra music, but don't stop there - details of all other source albums are included in the CD booklet.
"The Rough Guide to Paris begins with a 'Colour Section' on glossy paper consisting of an introduction, information on what to see and when to go, and twenty things not to miss. There are plenty of colour photographs as well as inserts on the Metro, the River Seine, and Paris climate. The names of monuments and sights are in bold so they are easy to spot. The twenty things not to miss include the obvious ones such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame ..."
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"bought this book from the airport departure lounge,so very little thought went into it, we just went for the only Paris specific guide there was! However, we wern't disappointed. It is a comprehensive guide covering: Basic information useful before you go, a small phrase book section, maps (including metro maps) and a guide to the sites, hotels, bars and restauraunts. The guides to the museums and sights were particularly useful, especially the guide ..."
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