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eBook Time Out Paris (Time Out Guides) epub

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eBook Time Out Paris (Time Out Guides) epub
  • ISBN: 1846700736
  • Author: Editors of Time Out
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Time Out; 17th edition (February 10, 2009)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1219 kb
  • FB2 size 1845 kb
  • Formats txt azw lit lrf


Paris’s guide to theatre, restaurants, bars, movies, shopping, events, activities, things to do, music, clubs, dance and .

Paris’s guide to theatre, restaurants, bars, movies, shopping, events, activities, things to do, music, clubs, dance and nightlife. Things to Do Hotels Restaurants Bars Art & Culture Shopping More.

doesn't neglect to include the iconic Parisian sites that all first-time visitors want to see, but it goes way beyond that and takes you to places that make you feel like an insider.

I spend one week in Paris every year

I spend one week in Paris every year. Updated annually, Time Out Paris keeps me advised of scheduling changes at museums and other public facilities, new methods of paying for public transport, and the evolution of interesting neighborhoods off the usual tourist circuit. It's a little thin with regard to hotels, but Trip Advisor is the better source of this information.

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The revamped Time Out Guides retain the independence and local expertise that the series is known for, while adding more features to help the visitor navigate the city. Whether you have an action-packed 24 hours or a leisurely week in which to take it all in, these guides are more essential than ever.

Time Out is a global magazine published by Time Out Group.

Time Out Guides Ltd (EN). Which? Recommended Provider: Time Out Guides is rated top guidebook brand by Which? Survey, for level of detail, photography, quality of maps, ease of finding information and value for money. With three of the world s top ten most visited museums within its clutch, and the Mus e Picasso back on the Marais map after a five-year revamp, Paris is a contemporary city of culture par excellence.

The eternally beautiful grande dame of European cities, Paris is a happy marriage of ancient and modern. It’s at once resolutely in step with the modern world — mushrooming public WiFi coverage, superb public transportation, major architectural projects in the pipeline — and as seductively romantic and gloriously historic as ever: the flagstones that the guillotine once stood on are still in place; the palace of kings that houses the world’s largest museum, the Louvre, is still a marvel to behold. Time Out Paris goes back to the city’s roots and monitors its new shoots — the plans to cut traffic in the city center by 75%, the new “boat Métro” service on the Seine, and new developments in every sphere of its world-leading fashion, arts, and culinary scenes. Independent, intelligent reviews cover more than 300 restaurants, cafés, and bars.
Comments: (7)
Mr.mclav
There are zillions of general and specialized guides (for chocolate shops, unknown museums, etc. etc) for the City of Light in France, the most-visited country in the world. But this is probably the best: extremely detailed, 'dense', and lots of unusual and 'off the usual tourist track' stuff too (if any guide can do that nowadays in Paris).
Lianeni
i had limited time to go to Paris, but this book served me good. it has made the first experience familiar and the amazing city so close to our travel
MrCat
This collection of time out is my favorite guide for any new city I might visit , I find the book easy and very beneficial , may be it just needs more hotels to be listed as most hotels mentioned are extremely expensive.
Mitars Riders
I like this guide, which is organised around the different areas of town. The restaurant suggestions are especially valid in my view. But this is not Michelin sophistication. It is a British guide afterall. Don't care so much about the hotels. There is also historial/background introductions. Where the book is weak is in somewhat off the beaten track attractions. I can also recommend Michelin's green Paris guide. That book is stronger on high culture, but certainly not the only domain of that guidebook.
Skunk Black
This book has a very inadequate index, rendering the guidebook very frustrating to use, even though the book has so many listings of different things in Paris. I guess you just need to know how to look it up, often in the French language. So if you are looking up "St. Sulpice church", you have to look under "E" for Eglise St. Sulpice. Or "Egouts de Paris" instead of Sewers of Paris. To look up Luxembourg gardens you have to look up under "Jardins du Luxembourg". I'm only now figuring this out now that I'm home from my vacation! Cross referencing is sorely needed. I did use the street maps, street indexes, and metro map in the back though, and didn't have to buy a Paris Par Arrondissement guide.

I ended up liking the Eyewitness Travel Guide better. I like the little photos, and it talks in more depth about the major and semi-major sights.
Togar
I have always been a big admirer of the Time Out guides. Whether the editors are writing about the "big" ones, e.g., Paris, London, Rome, or some of the less well-known cities and places, they do it with great erudition, and they also tend to avoid the cliches. No one needs a book on Paris touting the wonders of the Tour Eiffel or the Louvre.

If you pack one book for a Paris trip, I think that there can be little question that this one is the right one.
Ballalune
I spend one week in Paris every year. Updated annually, Time Out Paris keeps me advised of scheduling changes at museums and other public facilities, new methods of paying for public transport, and the evolution of interesting neighborhoods off the usual tourist circuit.

It's a little thin with regard to hotels, but Trip Advisor is the better source of this information.
Def pick up the latest version, although it seems this year there's another update (a shortlist) to go with the 2010 version. The reviews are good though, and are relevant and up to date. A great guide if you're staying in Paris for more than a couple of days (otherwise, Eyewitness Top 10 is the way to go)
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