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The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon (Rough Guide to...) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The info about the areas that are covered is very good... as usual with these guides. Still miffed though!
There are glaring omissions - the rural area around the Herault Valley is fascinating and offers lots of walking possibilities, and there should have been clear advice on where the best beaches are on the Languedoc Coast in the Montpellier-Narbonne-Beziers sector; Catlos more or less dismisses this whole littoral, which is wrong, as there are a few nice, uncrowded places among the dross, and that's just the kind of thing that a Rough Guide should know about and pass on.
I also think it's pretty unhelpful, re accommodation, to say: "you could try the Hotel Moderne at x village" without any comment at all on its merits or prices.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very useful guidebook, written in a simple and good-humoured style. Says positive things about everywhere, including the places that are not worth a visit!Published 10 months ago by Mr & Mrs Ould
Told us little known and useful tips about an area of France we had never visited beforePublished 11 months ago by late_lark
As ever, the Rough Guide proved a reliable and honest aid to our recent holiday to Carcassonne and surrounding areas.Published 14 months ago by Karen26
Waited a long time for it to arrive and not in the condition I expected.however readable and informative book with lots of information about the area.Published 15 months ago by Michael R. Esders
Seems fine but we haven't been yet so will be interested to see how useful it isPublished 15 months ago by linda jones
Used it all the time no complaints .
Easy to follow and liked how it connected one place to another
Overall good guide book. Some omissions that could have been included - for example no mention of the famous indoor market in Narbonne. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mr. Sean Henderson