A strong case can be made that Paris leads the world's other cities in art and cuisine, in architecture and history, in music and sculpture, in philosophy and political ferment, in nearly every other area on interest to the visitor. It has to be seen and experienced, and with the euro dipping in value, now is an ideal time to make a visit come true.
Written by longtime Paris resident, Anna E. Brooke, ,Frommer's EasyGuide to Paris 2019 is a portable tribute to the City of Light and a roadmap to creating a hassle-free trip of a lifetime. From the world-famous panorama of the Champs-ElysÃ©es to the cathedral of Notre-Dame, from how to beat crowds at the Louvre to the ideal way to experience the Eiffel Tower, the book is packed with solid tips, is fully updated yearly, and includes:
16 pages of color photos, plus dozens of more photos throughout
Insider lists of the city’s highlights
Local knowledge on the best places to eat—and how to avoid tourist traps
Detailed maps marked with attractions, hotels, restaurants, and MÃ©tro stops
Exact pricing for hotels, restaurants, attractions, tours and more—plus invaluable advice about what you’ll need to reserve in advance
Full-color Paris MÃ©tro map
Brilliant walking tours spanning the city, with maps
Section on useful phrases including pronunciation guide
Fascinating and easy-to-read background on the culture, history and art of the City of Light
Picks in all price categories, so you can splurge or be frugal, using the Frommer’s star rating system
Full section on suggested side-trips to Giverny, Versailles, Disneyland Paris, and more
PLUS! A handy pull-out, indexed map of Paris
There’s a reason that Frommer’s has been the most trusted name in travel for more than sixty years. Arthur Frommer created the best-selling guide series in 1957 to help American servicemen fulfill their dreams of travel in Europe, and since then, we have published thousands of titles became a household name helping millions upon millions of people realize their own dreams of seeing our planet. Travel is easy with Frommer’s.
Anna E. Brooke relocated from her native Britain to Paris in 2000 and hasn't looked back since. She is now a full-fledged bohemian, juggling life between freelance travel writing (Frommer's, Sunday New York Times Travel, Time Out Paris and theFinancial Times), children's fiction, acting and songwriting for film.
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