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Discover why the Eiffel Tower expands during Paris' high season. Tour the wild beaches and gin-clear waters of Corsica's Bouches de Bonifacio. Pick up a bottle of locally made cider along Normandy's Route de Cidre. Get an Alpine adrenaline rush heli-skiing above Chamonix.

In This Guide: Seven authors, 195 days of research, 157 maps, 105 glasses of wine. New color food chapter detailing regional specialties and country-wide staplesInterviews with a perfumer in Grasse, a Michelin star-awarded Lyonnais chef and a paraglider.
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Lonely Planet France (Country Guide)
Steve Fallon (Author), Daniel Robinson (Author), Nicola Williams (Author), Oliver Berry (Author), Emilie Filou (Author), Catherine Le Nevez (Author), Miles Roddis (Author)
Digital List Price: £20.69
Print List Price: £16.99
Kindle Price: £8.54 includes VAT & free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet
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Reviews from Amazon:

My work involves visiting the world's major shipwrecks. Whilst I may not be looking for those major tourist attractions which are always found in the places I visit, I do have need of local information which tells me where I can stay and eat and so forth. Consequently, I am often found seeking the same information in some out-of-the-way port as any other visitor.

Over many years I have consulted a great many books which claim to be visitor guides. Because I have neither the time nor the patience for false, misleading, out-of-date or simply inaccurate information, most of those so-called guides have ended up in the bin. This is not so with the Lonely Planet country guides and this one is as good as they get.

In short; Thoroughly recommended. Just make certain you purchase the latest edition.