France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
  • France, Paris [Map Pack Bundle]
ISBN: 1566956048
EAN13: 9781566956048
Language: English
Pages: 2
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 9.4" L x 4.5" W
Weight: 0.02 lbs.
Format: Folded
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Book Overview

- Waterproof - Tear-Resistant - Travel Map

With some of the world's most renowned museums, the French Riviera and Alps, picturesque rural areas and the iconic Eiffel Tower, France is the world's most popular tourist destination. Designed for all global adventurers, National Geographic's France Adventure Map is an invaluable tool for first-time excursionists and experienced trekkers alike. Find your destination in the user-friendly city and town index, then navigate the country by the mapped road network showing motorways, highways and others roadways, labeled with distance markers. Other transportation aids include airports, airfields, railroads, border crossing and ferry routes, including the multiple routes across the English Channel and Mediterranean Sea.

Hundreds of pinpointed diverse and unique recreational, ecological, cultural, and historic destinations, make this expertly researched map the perfect complement to National Geographic's France Traveler's Guide or any other guidebook to the area. Some of the specialized content includes archeological sites, churches, monasteries, castles and castle ruins and tens of World Heritage Sites that are scattered throughout the country. The map covers France in its entirety, the Channel Islands and southern U.K., the city of Monaco and parts of the bordering countries of Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Read More chevron_right

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   Two-sided map
It is in the description, but we missed it. We wanted to be able to see the whole country at a time for planning.
 
5
   National Geographic - in my mind = quality in all ...
In my mind, National Geographic provides quality in all they put out for the general populace. I looked at several maps and this map was the clearest for me by far. For die-hard Michelin fans, give this one a try.
 
5
   Nice Map
These are great, I bought 2 one is from Italy. They are sturdy and fold back nicely.
 
4
   Great map with almost too much detail.
Need to find the index to use most places. Otherwise it is remarkably useful and material is resilient.
 
5
   Excellent quality but doesn’t show everything
Excellent quality, but does not show all really small towns and villages. We were traveling in Provence and found ourselves in a lot of small towns and villages not listed on the map. There are many of them, which is of course part of the attraction for this part of the world.
 
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   Very limited
This map is fine if you plan to stay in the center of Paris and go to all the tourist destinations. If you want to forget a field further than that it ranges.
 
4
   Large, Highly Detailed Map
Though I use GPS and appreciate it, I am a map person at heart. This is a great map, but when folded it is very large, so it is most practical in a hotel room or somewhere there is plenty of room to fold it out. Overall, 5 stars for completeness and detail, 3 stars for convenience, so a 4-star average.
 
5
   easy to travel with
Has already established most of the major sites on the map. With Foldable, it is easy to travel. Its rugged and perfect is perfect.
 
1
   The idea of this map is better than the product
First, I agree with other commentators who were disappointed with the map being broken in two halves, a large map on the one side, with focused regional maps on the reverse, would be more useful. Many of the town names and route numbers are hard to read, as they are shown against dark backgrounds in very small fonts, e.g. Higher terrain : It looks much better in the digital version on the Nat Geo website than in the printed map. I had expected the pin - pointed specialized content to be more clearly rendered on the map and was the reason for the purchase. The Michelin map of France is much better for my purposes. It is easier to read and everything is printed on one side of the paper folds as needed while navigating.
 
3
   Good enough.
I got this to help plan a trip to pin a wall to visualise a route, but the design is infuriating. The map is broken into Northsouth demarcation, so that you literally have to flip the map to see the other half of the country. The enormous space is devoted to ChannelUK nonsensically.
 
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