Item description for Michelin Scotland Regional Map (Michelin Maps) by Michelin Travel Publications...
An annually updated road map of Scotland, covering the main and secondary road networks across the region. Scale: 1/400,000 - 1cm=4km - 1in: 6.30miles Legend/Key in four languages (English, French, German, Dutch)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 9.75" Height: 4.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Publisher Michelin Travel Publications
ISBN 2061007317 ISBN13 9782061007310
Reviews - What do customers think about Michelin Scotland Regional Map (Michelin Maps)?
Excellent map! Jul 14, 2008
This is a great map! A fantastic combination with the in-car navigation. It definitely would not have been as easy to get around Scotland without it!
Big! Jan 2, 2008
Definitely thorough, but it's also incredibly huge! The details are spectacular, but I don't know how practical it will be for taking in a vehicle.
Cumbersome to use Jul 31, 2007
This map is HUGE and I would not be able to recommend it as your in-car navigational tool. I'm trying to use it to plan a driving vacation in Scotland. The tourist attractions are not particularly well marked. For example, the mark for a castle or historic house is a VERY small black outlined rectangle with no other color to it. Archaeological and historical sites don't seem to be listed at all.
I'm using the map, guide books, and the internet to find the required information. It is too late for me, but if your purpose in buying this map is the same as mine, I would keep looking for a map geared for the tourist.
Too big Oct 8, 2005
The map was quite legible, and seemed accurate. But it was very unwieldy, due to its large size. Trying to unfold and fold it in a small car just didn't work.
great trip planner Apr 13, 2005
I constantly get asked about good maps to plan out trips through Scotland. Michelin really gives you a good one. Large so 'baby boomer' eyes can see all the details. It's clearly marked so it's very easy to use, with a trip times chart. I especially liked they have the outer isle marked well. Some maps of Scotland will skimp on these. So if you are going to Lewis or Skye then this one is hand.
So if you are planning a trip, remember is Whisky without the e, and a neep is a turnip and a turnip is a pumpkin.