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Product NameFrommer's 25 Great Drives in France (Best Loved Driving Tours)
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:0.54 inches / Length:8.65 inches / Weight:0.88 pounds / Width:5.28 inches
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AuthorBritish Auto Association
Page Count208
BindingPaperback
Published02/08/2011
Long DescriptionEverything you need to see the best of France by car 25 distinctive itineraries with full color maps and photographs Highlights of scenic routes, special events, and travelling with children Easy-to-use map at the beginning of each tour Divided into 6 regions with 3-5 tours in each which start and finish in major towns and cities considered to be the best for exploration Regions include: Normandy and Brittany; the Loire & central France; Dordogne & southwest France; the south of France; the Alps to Alsace; the North, Burgundy & Champagne
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