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Paris: Spiral Guide (AA Spiral Guides) [Spiral-bound]

Teresa Fisher , Mario Wyn-Jones
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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1 April 2000 AA Spiral Guides
In this guide to Paris, you will find the very best of the city distilled into perfectly planned days. You will also find information on the unmissable hotspots - what to see, how to see them and how to beat the crowds.


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  • Spiral-bound: 212 pages
  • Publisher: Automobile Association (1 April 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749524316
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749524319
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 12 x 1.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 533,374 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Teresa Fisher is a freelance travel writer and photographer with specialist knowledge of city breaks, adventure/activity holidays, skiing, sailing and family travel, as well as being a leading travel expert on France, Bavaria, Switzerland and Mallorca.

A member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, she is the sole author of over 20 guidebooks, as well as five children's reference books.

Her most recent books include Frommer's Day by Day Vienna, Thomas Cook City Guide to Oxford and National Geographic Traveler Switzerland.

Teresa is also a National Geographic Expert with National Geographic Expeditions. This year (2012) she is accompanying the Swiss Family Adventure expedition in July as guest lecturer.

She is currently working as publisher and content editor on her website: www.familyskinews.com.

When not up mountains or on the road researching, she divides her time between her family home by the sea in Gosport (UK) and her houseboat, also on the south coast, where she likes to escape for lazy weekends with her two young children.

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It is said that you haven't lived until you've died in Paris. For most of us there is no need to go quite that far, irresistible as the city's grim history may be. After a bad harvest in 1788, during which food prices soared far beyond the means of the average citizen, the populous rose against the monarchy, marking the start of the revolution that would turn Paris into the cosmopolitan city it is today. Looking further back in time, Paris's eerie past can be found in its Catacombs, ancient Roman quarries lined with 18th- and 19th-century skulls. But Paris is also the city of culture: it is home to more than 10,000 restaurants, bistros and cafés. Some couples even set up their own intimate tables on the Pont des Arts, a pedestrian-only bridge over the river Seine.

Whether or not you have visited Paris before, the AA's Spiral Guide to Paris is a sound travelling companion. Though small enough to fit in a rucksack pocket, it manages to squeeze in 200 fact-filled pages, including glossy fold-out maps, a 28-page "magazine", chapters on the Eiffel Tower, the Latin Quarter and St-Germain, and a vital "practicalities" section, featuring weather information, safety hints and brief language guide. --Daren King


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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
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Format:Spiral-bound
I had already purchased the spiral guide to New York and found this really useful on my trip to the Big apple! So when I decided to take a trip to Paris I looked no where else but for this AA spiral guide of Paris. It is extremely practical with an excellent quirky magazine section on paris. A section for each area, what to see, pictures of the sights, ratings of each sight etc. A really useful section with recommended walks, so you do not miss the sights, with approximate walking times, places of interest and even cafes to have a break in. It also includes a city map and area map and a really useful facts section at the back of the book. Overall this is a colouful, informative, easy to read book with all the information you would need for a fun-filled trip to Paris, prepared with all the facts.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Never travel without a Spiral 31 July 2008
Format:Spiral-bound
We have decided that from now on we're only going to visit places that have a Sprial Guide written about them - they have become indispensible to us over the past few years - Barcelona, Venice, Florence and now Paris. There's just the right mix of travellers' tips, interesting facts about the place, good up-to-date information re opening times, prices etc. The maps are suberb (though why does the street we're on always land on a join?!). And the best thing of all is the SPIRAL!! - No losing your place when the book shuts itself, no broken spines, no need for a bookmark - Genius!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars the best travel guides for the not-fussy 26 July 2007
By M. Nair
Format:Spiral-bound
we used the spiral guide for our paris trip and found it the most user friendly. it neatly divides the city and four or five areas, each of which can be covered in a day or less, with easy to follow walking tours and great quality photos. it does not go too in-depth like the lonely planet or time out guides but that suited us fine.we will only be using the spiral guides for our next city-breaks. AA's onto a winner here.
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3.0 out of 5 stars paris guide book 27 Jun 2010
Format:Spiral-bound
The guide is good, but the street map and underground schematic were a little difficult to read across and between pages. We used the metro map that came free with our tickets and cross-referenced the street map in the guide to find our way to the stations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive guidebook 24 July 2013
Format:Spiral-bound|Verified Purchase
Compact yet full of useful information, full of helpful tips on how to get the best out of a visit. Easy to follow maps with all necessary detaails.
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