Item description for Michelin Germany (Michelin Map)...
From the Baltic and North Sea coasts to snow-capped Alpine peaks and from the Rhine valley to Berlin and Saxony, discover the tremendous variety of Germany, be it at its most cosmopolitan in one of the many lively cities, or at its most soothing amidst breathtaking natural scenery.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.5" Height: 10" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2007
Publisher Michelin Travel Publications
ISBN 2067123025 ISBN13 9782067123021
Reviews - What do customers think about Michelin Germany (Michelin Map)?
great book Nov 10, 2006
Exceedingly helpful. If you like history and culture do not go to a country without this book. It's like having your own tour guide. History, maps, suggested routes, it's all there. Get a fodors or other guidebook if you want family and fun destinations as well. This is more history and museums.
Michelin Green Guide - Germany Nov 3, 2006
Anyone traveling, especially by car, should not be without this handy reference book to the towns you will be visiting. It gives a brief description as well as points of interest.
excellent Jul 19, 2004
This book has a brief summary of German history and then lists German cities and sights alphabetically so they are easy to look up. It describes and rates interesting things to see throughout Germany, as well as giving historical information for various cities. It includes a big map with ratings on it and has city maps and color pictures throughout the book. It is extremely helpful for planning a trip to Germany. If you want to go around and see the best sights in Germany, this book clearly highlights what you should prioritize. If, on the other hand, you want to savour a particular region, this book also provides a lot of information on what there is to see and do in each region, including smaller cities. It even includes the prices for museums and other attractions. It does give brief recommendations for places to eat and sleep. My only complaint is that it doesn't list youth hostels among these, but they're easy to find on the internet.
Out of date - 3rd edition May 26, 2004
BE AWARE that the 3rd edition, the most recent edition of the Micehelin "Green Guide for Germany," was published in 2000 with most of the editing probably having been finished in 1999. All of their prices are in DM, not Euros....museums, transportation, everything.
This dramatically decreases the every day value of this guide. Plus the language is so stilted.
michelin travel book on germany Mar 6, 2001
The tour book is full of information, color illustrations, maps, information that many tour books are without. The book has flaps that can be used as markers. The information is excellant in comparison to frommer, fodor, and lost planet. They include history of the country, even detailed information on the smaller towns, places to stay, activities and even shopping for the female readers. I feel this is the best guide for germany.