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Michelin Guide Italia 2011 2011: Hotels und Restaurants (Michelin Guides) [Italian] [Hardcover]

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10 Jan 2011 Michelin Guides
De röda hotell- och restaurangguiderna från Michelin behöver kanske ingen närmare presentation när det gäller utmärkelser av stjärnbeströdda guldkrogar. Men guiderna innehåller mycket mer än detta – här finns också en mängd tips om bra boende, sevärdheter, prisvärda restauranger m.m. Guiderna är
skrivna på respektive lands språk med sammanfattningar/teckenförklaringar på engelska.

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  • Hardcover: 1400 pages
  • Publisher: Michelin Editions des Voyages; 56th edition (10 Jan 2011)
  • Language: Italian
  • ISBN-10: 2067153382
  • ISBN-13: 978-2067153387
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 11.3 x 19.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Same as always 9 July 2010
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I have used Michelin red guides for about 40 years; while updated the reliability remains consistently very high. You may find good restaurants not in the book but rarely will you find one in the book that is not very good.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A warning.... 17 April 2011
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Being a Michelin guide this book is packed with detail, well researched and reliable - despite Trattoria Cescarina in Santa Margherita Ligure having been unfairly dropped from its recommendations - BUT buyer beware: apart from a small explanatory section in English this is all in Italian. Once you've got the hang of the symbols and sections it's still possible to work out which places would be worth visiting, but if you don't speak Italian you miss out on the reviews themselves.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Michelin Red as good as ever 16 May 2011
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I have been using Michelin Red Guide to find hotels and Restaurants both in UK and Europe for many years. This Italian edition was extremely useful on a recent holiday to Italy.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not brilliant and in Italian 13 Nov 2011
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First it is completely in Italian, I do know that it is mentioned, but they could translate it in English!
I bought the one for France who is in French too, but as I understand French I kept it. I find it very difficult to find what you need! It is very small writing and not very clear! I haven't used mine at all. I have got to say that with the Internet, you can go on Michelin website for free anyway. If you go on an unplanned holiday and you need a book to help you, I still wouldn't go for this one. It is not reader friendly I am afraid!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth having 11 July 2011
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Yes, you have to be able to read Italian. Otherwise, nothing quite replaces the Michelin. Is it perfect? no. Does it leave out some good choices? yes. But no other source is as thorough, especially for towns off the beaten track. And for hotels and restaurants, when I've gone to one recommended, it's recommendation was merited.
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1.0 out of 5 stars VERY disappointed 1 Nov 2010
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I have been a big fan of Michelin red guides for many years, but this 2010 Italia edition was very disappointing during a recent three-week trip to Northern Italy. A number of its one star restaurant recommendations turned out to be expensive and very forgettable. For example, the Michelin one star in Milan, Ristorante Joia, where dinner for two with a bottle of wine came to 130 Euros, was nouvelle cuisine with a vengence, most of which my wife and I found very strange and hardly edible. There were others as well. The hotel listings also seemed woefully out of date. For example, we stayed for four nights in Milan at the Sheraton Diana Majestic, a classic and well-located hotel which was very reasonably priced -- there was no listing of it in the red guide. On the contrary, in Parma we stayed for one night at the Hotel Verdi, which was over-priced and far less enjoyable -- it was listed in the red guide. I actually threw my copy of the red guide in the waste basket in Milan, in utter disgust. From now on, as far as restaurants go, I will trust the NY Times and the local hotel concierges; the latter gave us a number of excellent suggestions.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An old favourite - always invaluable 5 July 2011
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Excellent up date of an invaluable guide to restaurants and accommodation. Also has a brief but useful overview of the key points of interest to see in the cities and villages. But you have to be able to understand Italian!
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's in Italian 23 Mar 2012
By Alfred Harding - Published on
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Wrote a similar review on the 2012 German Version. I was so excited that the 2012 version was out that I missed the (Italian Edition) in the Description Heading!

FYI: Looks like the new 2012 Michelin Red book that covers multiple cities is in English. It's not out yet but I back-ordered it.

Same as German, I don't know Italian either. With that said, I think it will be useful. Having up to date Hotel and Restaurant information and recommendations was what I was after.

Restaurants: There are one, two and three star ratings next to the restaurants. Also up and coming restaurants are listed. I'm looking up these recommendations on-line. If I like what I read on-line, I highlighting these in the book with some notations to the side.

Hotels: We purchased the book for a driving trip (European Delivery) and wanted a list of Inn's, Bed and Breakfasts, etc. in out of the way places. Once we have our itinerary mapped out, I'll look up the towns along the way and view the recommended places on-line.

Having never been to Europe, in a way it's good to have this book in a foreign language as it's a wake-up call for getting acclimated to a foreign culture and place. With that said, English would have been nice!

FYI: The legend at the beginning of the book explains the various icons/graphics in the book in English so you know what the ratings mean.
1.0 out of 5 stars NOT IN ENGLISH 24 Feb 2014
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