Top critical review
Flimsy and falling apart after two months.
on 24 August 2014
I bought this as a replacement for a Philip's Multiscale Europe Atlas, as I spend a lot of time travelling through Spain and France, and wished that I hadn't. The information is fine, although I do find the Philip's Atlas far easier to read. The biggest issue I have with this atlas is how easily the pages tear out, even when looked after. I've had the map for just over 2 months, and mainly used four pages, and due to the flimsy paper, and tight spiral binding, those pages have now fallen out, whereas the Philip's Atlas, which I've had for over 3 years, and travelled to similar places each year, hasn't shown the slightest hint of falling apart.
It's pretty poor considering how much I rate Michelin's on-line services.