The Paris Mapguide: The Essential Guide to la Vie Parisienne

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Penguin Books, 1994 - Travel - 64 pages
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This ultimate guide shows travelers how, where, and what to see and do in Paris, offering pages of colorful and informative maps that are easy to read and convenient to handle--no folding necessary. The detailed maps direct you to the best Paris has to offer, from art galleries, museums, cafes, and theaters to public transportation, parks, and tourist information centers.

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best map ever

User Review  - kh7777 -

this is a great map for walking the streets of paris as each page is blown up so you can actually read the street names. small enough to fit in purse or backpack Read full review

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User Review  - mykl-s - LibraryThing

A serious, easy to read map of Paris, in booklet form. It is sturdy enough to fold into pocket size for a day out in the city. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia for many years. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are three highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, and London. He died on Christmas Day 2012, shortly after completing this eighth edition of his famous London Mapguide .

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