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Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick d Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern – vermeide Roaming im Ausland! - Durchsuche den Text in Sekunden nach beliebigen Stichworten - Mache Notizen und Lesezeichen und erstelle dir ganz einfach einen individuellen Reiseplan E-Book basiert auf: 6. Auflage 2017 Mit dem Lonely Planet Frankreich auf eigene Faust durch das Land des Savoir-Vivre! Etliche Monate Recherche stecken im Kultreiseführer für Individualreisende. Auf mehr als 1000 Seiten geben die Autoren sachkundige Hintergrundinfos zum Reiseland, liefern Infos für die Planung der Reise, beschreiben alle interessanten Sehenswürdigkeiten mit Öffnungszeiten und Preisen und präsentieren ihre persönlichen Entdeckungen. Auch Globetrotter, die abseits der ausgetretenen Touristenpfade unterwegs sein möchten, kommen auf ihre Kosten. Machen Sie einen Abstecher zur Abbaye de Valloires, besuchen Sie den ornithologischen Park  bei Le Crotoy oder das mittelalterliche Städtchen Beaugency. Und wo unterwegs aktiv werden, essen und schlafen? Für jeden größeren Ort gibt es eine Auswahl an Unterkünften und Restaurants für jeden Geschmack und Geldbeutel sowie Vorschläge für sportliche Aktivitäten. Abgerundet wird der Guide durch Detailkarten, 15 Top-Erlebnissen, bunte 3D-Ansichten der Highlights von Paris, Reiserouten, Hintergrundthemen und – damit Sie gut durch – Land kommen - einen Sprachführer. Der Lonely-Planet-Reiseführer Frankreich ist ehrlich, praktisch, witzig geschrieben und liefert inspirierende Eindrücke und Erfahrungen. Ob Backpacker oder Pauschalreisender - mit dem Lonely Planet „Frankreich" kommen Sie ganz sicher gut durch die Grande Nation. Lonely Planet Frankreich ist der ideale Reiseführer für alle, die individuell unterwegs sind. Neben fundierten Hintergrundtexten und der Beschreibung der Sehenswürdigkeiten liefert er eine Fülle von Unterkünften und Restaurants für jedes Budget und jeden Geschmack. Alle Lonely-Planet-Autoren recherchieren unabhängig vor Ort.


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Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick d Lonely Planet E-Books für dein Smartphone, Tablet oder E-Book Reader! Spare Gewicht im Gepäck und nutze viele praktische Feature auf deiner nächsten Reise: - Navigiere schnell und einfach im E-Book mit unseren hilfreichen Links - Weblinks führen dich direkt zu weiteren Infos - Offline-Karten (inkl. Zoom) + Google Maps Links zeigen dir den Weg NEU: Karten mit einem Klick downloaden, ausdrucken, mitnehmen oder speichern – vermeide Roaming im Ausland! - Durchsuche den Text in Sekunden nach beliebigen Stichworten - Mache Notizen und Lesezeichen und erstelle dir ganz einfach einen individuellen Reiseplan E-Book basiert auf: 6. Auflage 2017 Mit dem Lonely Planet Frankreich auf eigene Faust durch das Land des Savoir-Vivre! Etliche Monate Recherche stecken im Kultreiseführer für Individualreisende. Auf mehr als 1000 Seiten geben die Autoren sachkundige Hintergrundinfos zum Reiseland, liefern Infos für die Planung der Reise, beschreiben alle interessanten Sehenswürdigkeiten mit Öffnungszeiten und Preisen und präsentieren ihre persönlichen Entdeckungen. Auch Globetrotter, die abseits der ausgetretenen Touristenpfade unterwegs sein möchten, kommen auf ihre Kosten. Machen Sie einen Abstecher zur Abbaye de Valloires, besuchen Sie den ornithologischen Park  bei Le Crotoy oder das mittelalterliche Städtchen Beaugency. Und wo unterwegs aktiv werden, essen und schlafen? Für jeden größeren Ort gibt es eine Auswahl an Unterkünften und Restaurants für jeden Geschmack und Geldbeutel sowie Vorschläge für sportliche Aktivitäten. Abgerundet wird der Guide durch Detailkarten, 15 Top-Erlebnissen, bunte 3D-Ansichten der Highlights von Paris, Reiserouten, Hintergrundthemen und – damit Sie gut durch – Land kommen - einen Sprachführer. Der Lonely-Planet-Reiseführer Frankreich ist ehrlich, praktisch, witzig geschrieben und liefert inspirierende Eindrücke und Erfahrungen. Ob Backpacker oder Pauschalreisender - mit dem Lonely Planet „Frankreich" kommen Sie ganz sicher gut durch die Grande Nation. Lonely Planet Frankreich ist der ideale Reiseführer für alle, die individuell unterwegs sind. Neben fundierten Hintergrundtexten und der Beschreibung der Sehenswürdigkeiten liefert er eine Fülle von Unterkünften und Restaurants für jedes Budget und jeden Geschmack. Alle Lonely-Planet-Autoren recherchieren unabhängig vor Ort.

30 review for Lonely Planet Reiseführer Frankreich: mit Downloads aller Karten (Lonely Planet Reiseführer E-Book)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    I read this as a kindle book, but have also now ordered it as a real paper book as I have loved reading this so much. I love the details, history, culture and advice. Such a useful book- I just want to go to France now. Can’t wait until we can travel again.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Steven Peterson

    This travel volume, by the folks at Lonely Planet, is well done! It begins with the authors listing their favorite places, with nice color photos to illustrate--from # 1, Avenue Champs-Elysees to # 16 Annecy. The book begins with an exhortation to prepare for a trip to France well in advance: "Some parts of France are tried-and-true, bona fide 'dream destinations' and as such require planning weeks, if not months, in advance in order to snag the best room in the house. . . " (page 18). Introducto This travel volume, by the folks at Lonely Planet, is well done! It begins with the authors listing their favorite places, with nice color photos to illustrate--from # 1, Avenue Champs-Elysees to # 16 Annecy. The book begins with an exhortation to prepare for a trip to France well in advance: "Some parts of France are tried-and-true, bona fide 'dream destinations' and as such require planning weeks, if not months, in advance in order to snag the best room in the house. . . " (page 18). Introductory materials include a series of travel itineraries, such as Paris to Provence. There follows a brief but useful history of France--from prehistory to the present. Then, of course, a brief treatise on French culture with nice boxed features (e.g., dos & don'ts) and mention of such issues as sports, religion, the arts, and architecture, among other subjects. After that, a section on France's obsession with food, with some nice slick color photos. Nice coverage of both food and drink. The heart of the book, though, is its discussion of France, district by district. Here, we get a brief introduction to attractions in communities, where to eat, where to stay, sites to see, and so on. Sometimes, I think, the coverage is a bit thin, but the book is already over 1000 pages long, so more coverage might make this simply too much of a good thing! Paris, of course, needs to be mentioned. There are maps of the major regions of Paris. The section on sights to see begins with the Louvre (what a museum!), Jardin des Tuileries, Palais Royal, Centre Pompidou, Place des Vosges, Notre Dame and Sainte Chapelle (the latter a small gem), the Sorbonne, the Eiffel Tower, Bois de Boulognes, and so on. No great detail on any of these, but enough to get a flavor of the various attractions, so that one might wisely choose which would be priorities for visiting. There are sections on recommended places to stay and to eat. Too, there are sections on entertainment and the arts. In the hinterlands? One example: Beaune. Once, I flew into Paris and was then driven to Lake Geneva, going through the Jura Mountains--and then returned on a parallel route. My driver stopped at a wonderful restaurant in Beaune. One of the most delicious meals that I have ever eaten! Beaune was charming. The description here helps revive those pleasant memories. The writeup notes that wine tasting is a favorite activity, and describes the bounty available at Beaune. And on it goes. . . . Anyhow, a useful companion were one to contemplate a trip to France.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Missy

    OK. I must explain the low rating. The only reason why I gave this a 2 star rating is because the e-version of this book is AWFUL!! It's hard to maneuver through the book. Photos and information cross pages which makes it difficult to reference information. I've even had problems just reading the book in that pages are skipped or placement does not make sense. In other words: DO NOT BUY THE E-VERSION OF THIS BOOK! I thought I would save space and not have to lug a huge travel book with me. "Ah, OK. I must explain the low rating. The only reason why I gave this a 2 star rating is because the e-version of this book is AWFUL!! It's hard to maneuver through the book. Photos and information cross pages which makes it difficult to reference information. I've even had problems just reading the book in that pages are skipped or placement does not make sense. In other words: DO NOT BUY THE E-VERSION OF THIS BOOK! I thought I would save space and not have to lug a huge travel book with me. "Ah, the convenience of having my travel book in e-format is wonderful," thought I. Nope. Stick with the paper version until Lonely Planet figures out how to make a better e-guide. Formatting aside, the guide is comprehensive and provides all the tips and tricks you'd expect from a Lonely Planet guide. France was never on the top of my list of places to visit. I bought this guide because I was hoping to visit the Normandy coast for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. Because of some of the recommendations in the guide, I am now more excited about visiting France someday...especially the French countryside.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sherrin

    Lonely Planet is a generally good guidebook. However, the transition to an e-book, while promising, is poorly executed. The links to websites and maps can be really handy, but the links in the book more often than not, do not go to the correct pages. Additionally, some images with text are poor resolution and small, such as the tour of the Louvre, so one cannot possibly make out the writing, and as such, the images are useless. If I were to choose a ebook guidebook again, I would opt for another Lonely Planet is a generally good guidebook. However, the transition to an e-book, while promising, is poorly executed. The links to websites and maps can be really handy, but the links in the book more often than not, do not go to the correct pages. Additionally, some images with text are poor resolution and small, such as the tour of the Louvre, so one cannot possibly make out the writing, and as such, the images are useless. If I were to choose a ebook guidebook again, I would opt for another one, one with less fancy features, but that actually provides links that works and maps that are navigable.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Becca

    Wonderful! Indispensible for our two weeks in France. My only complaint: some entries failed to be sufficiently superlative. There are just too many quaint villages and charming gites for Lonley Planet to list them all, so it couldn't be our only source for planning the trip, which for simplicity's sake I would have liked. I ended up relying on internet sources, just because the authors have to squeeze so much information about a huge and fascinating place into a book size bundle. Wonderful! Indispensible for our two weeks in France. My only complaint: some entries failed to be sufficiently superlative. There are just too many quaint villages and charming gites for Lonley Planet to list them all, so it couldn't be our only source for planning the trip, which for simplicity's sake I would have liked. I ended up relying on internet sources, just because the authors have to squeeze so much information about a huge and fascinating place into a book size bundle.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ondrej Sykora

    A decent and reliable tourist guide. For most parts it was OK and up-to-date. When I needed something, it was there. However, in some cities (Rouen, Rennes) I've found places that were nicer/more interesting than the sights recommended by the guide, but for most places it was just fine. The take-out map of central Paris is a nice idea and I used it a lot (until I learned to navigate around Paris without a map). A decent and reliable tourist guide. For most parts it was OK and up-to-date. When I needed something, it was there. However, in some cities (Rouen, Rennes) I've found places that were nicer/more interesting than the sights recommended by the guide, but for most places it was just fine. The take-out map of central Paris is a nice idea and I used it a lot (until I learned to navigate around Paris without a map).

  7. 4 out of 5

    jools

    Others will and probably already have found this guide really useful but this one let us down on restaurant and hotel recommendations and didn't really suite our travel style. The guide's assessment of many places didn't really agree with mine. Others will and probably already have found this guide really useful but this one let us down on restaurant and hotel recommendations and didn't really suite our travel style. The guide's assessment of many places didn't really agree with mine.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Lonely Planet Books are indispensable, I just wish they were better at referencing the map in the text, and the page ref from the map key.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vanlilith

    -

  10. 5 out of 5

    Paul Devall

    Prefer Rough Guides but this was bought for me. Maybe it's me but I find LP guides to have a more sneering attitude to others. I want facts not the authors opinions. Is that wrong? Prefer Rough Guides but this was bought for me. Maybe it's me but I find LP guides to have a more sneering attitude to others. I want facts not the authors opinions. Is that wrong?

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    Well, I'm heading to France in September, so I'm in planning mode. Well, I'm heading to France in September, so I'm in planning mode.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dee Renee Chesnut

    An excellent choice for planning travel.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ignacio Alonso

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rui Valente

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yann

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mikhael Belanger

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kristgy

  18. 5 out of 5

    Isabelle

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

  20. 5 out of 5

    Laura Lupo

  21. 5 out of 5

    kyle

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jeppe Klingberg

  24. 5 out of 5

    J J McManus

  25. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ted Mabry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stuart

  28. 5 out of 5

    Beth Morgan

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melicent

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sue Kelly

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