DK Eyewitness Back Roads France
|Author||: DK Eyewitness|
|Publisher||: Dorling Kindersley Ltd|
|Total Pages||: 266|
|Rating||: 4/5 (04X Downloads)|
Download or read book DK Eyewitness Back Roads France written by DK Eyewitness and published by Dorling Kindersley Ltd. This book was released on 2019-02-07 with total page 266 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: With its timeless villages and picturesque landscapes, France is the perfect destination for a leisurely road trip. It's yours to explore with Back Roads France, which contains 24 amazing drives across the country, from Brittany's wild west coast to the sun-soaked lavender fields of Provence. Includes insider tips and carefully curated information, this easy-to-use e-guide reveals the very best of France: spectacular sights, hidden gems and authentic local experiences. Inside Back Roads France: - 24 easy-to-follow driving tours, each lasting one to five days, including the gastronomic pleasures of the Dordogne valley, the verdant vineyards of Burgundy and the majestic peaks of the Pyrenees - Ideas for discovering the character of each area en route: great views, delightful detours along peaceful back roads, walks through historic towns and villages, wine tours and boat trips and activities such as hiking, cycling and kayaking. Plus you'll savour the best local experiences with our pick of the most authentic places to stay, eat and shop - All the French rules of the road, postcodes for use with satnav and detailed directions for easy navigation, information on road conditions and parking tips - Covers Nancy, Côtes de Toul, Reims, Champagne vineyards, Calais, Giverny, Dieppe, Honfleur, Deauville, Trouville, Bayeux, Mont-St-Michel, Dinan, Chartres, Blois, Beaune, Routes des Vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais, Puy de Dôme, Bergerac, Rocamadour, Albi, Bordeaux, Pont d'Espagne, Carcassonne, Montségur, Nîmes, Menton, Nice, St Tropez, Cassis, Bastia, Calvi and more Looking for even more inspiration for your trip to France? Try our DK Eyewitness guides to France, Provence and the Côte d'Azur and Dordogne, Bordeaux and the Southwest Coast.