Tourisme & Voyages Europe

  • A trip to Rome is as much about lapping up the dolce vita lifestyle as gorging on art and culture, while the city's ancient icons recall its golden age as caput mundi (capital of the world). Visit once and you'll be hooked for life.
    With special features:
    Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour, pocket-sized guidebook.
    The best walking tours.

  • Medieval castles, cobblestone villages, captivating cities and golden beaches: the Portugal experience can be many things. History, great food and idyllic scenery are just the beginning... Special features include:
    Now in full colour.
    Portugal outdoors including hiking.
    Douro wine tour.
    Lazy days on the Algarve.

  • Anglais Venice & the Veneto

    Now in full-colour!
    Colour coverage of topics ranging from crafts to arts to Palladian villas in the Veneto.
    Increased coverage of lesser known sights such as the Santa Croce quarter.
    Pull-out map .

  • Anglais Better than fiction

    An exciting new anthology of travel literature- Features international authors, including Alexander McCall Smith, Joyce Carol Oates and DBC Pierre- Brings to life the idea that travel can inspire, entertain, enlighten and change lives.

  • Partez curieux et tranquille, Le Guide Vert vous donne toutes les informations culturelles et pratiques pour découvrir votre destination. Trois grandes parties pour : Organiser son voyage ; Comprendre la région ; Découvrir les sites. Les étoiles des sites touristiques : ***Vaut le voyage ** Mérite un détour *Intéressant. Une cartographie précise et complète : La carte générale en début de guide présente l'ensemble des sites et des circuits de découverte ; Les plans de villes et de monuments ; Les cartes thématiques et les itinéraires. Une sélection d'adresses de charme tout budget : Hôtels, chambres d'hôtes, restaurants, bars, auberges. Les découvertes en famille : Sites et activités à faire avec les enfants, repérés par symbole

  • Dublin is one of Europe's most enticing capitals - a drizzly dream that has captured the imaginations of virtually all who walk its mottled streets. It's a city rich in history and heritage but is equally devoted to more hedonistic endeavours: spend a couple of days or nights here and you'll soon realise that Dubliners are in deadly earnest about having fun.
    Special features include:
    Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour pocket-sized guidebook.
    The best walking tours.

  • Berlin is a bon vivant, passionately feasting on the smorgasbord of life. A contagious energy permeates its cafes, bars and clubs, while indie boutiques and progressive restaurants compete for your time with world-class museums and striking landmarks that reflect the city's riveting history.
    Whether it's must-sees or aimless explorations, Berlin delivers it all in one exciting and memorable package.
    Berlin Wall in detail.
    Berlin's art scene.
    Guide to historical sights.

  • Medieval castles and cobblestone villages, captivating cities and golden beaches, brooding mountains and superheated plains: the Portugal experience can be many things. A vertiginous history, great seafood and idyllic scenery are just the beginning... Special features include:
    Packed with inspirational images.
    Itineraries & planning information.
    Portugal's best sights and experiences.

  • Visit the Royal Palace and its museums, take the waters of the art nouveau Gellert Baths, or bar hop the district of Erzsebetvaros.
    Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour, pocket-sized guidebook.
    The city's best walking tours.

  • Crete is a tapestry of splendid beaches, ancient treasures and landscapes, weaving in vibrant cities and dreamy villages, where locals share their traditions, wonderful cuisine and generous spirit.
    Special features include:
    Outdoor activities guide ;
    How to eat like a local ;
    Palace of Knossos in 3D ;
    Feature on Minoan art and culture ;

  • Golden Age canals lined by tilting gabled buildings are the backdrop for Amsterdam's treasure-packed museums, vintage-filled shops and hyper-creative drinking, dining and design scenes. Special features include:
    Pull-out map ;
    Features on cycling and Dutch art and design ;
    Guide to drinking & nightlife ;
    Museum highlights & tips ;

  • Opening up dramatically from the banks of the Rio Douro, Porto enthrals with its historic centre, sumptuous food and wine, high-spirited nightlife and charismatic locals.
    Walk in its higgledy-piggledy medieval lanes, get briefed on the nuances of port in hillside lodges, take a tram to the sea in Foz and you'll fall madly in love with this most soulful of cities.
    Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour, pocket-sized guidebook.
    The city's best walking tours.

  • No city on earth is more alive than Madrid, a beguiling place whose sheer energy carries a simple message: this is one city that knows how to live. Madrid's calling cards are many: astonishing art galleries, stunning architecture, relentless nightlife, fine restaurants and tapas bars. Other cities have some of these things. Madrid has them all in bucketloads.

  • Milan is Italy's city of the future, a fast-paced metropolis where creativity is big business, looking good is compulsory and after-work drinks - known as aperitivi - are an art form. It's also a city with ancient roots and extraordinary treasures that you'll get to experience without the usual queues. At the weekends, join the urban exodus to the elegant towns and tiered gardens of the Italian lakes.

  • Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour, pocket-sized guidebook.
    The city's best walking tours.

  • Tenerife is the striking grande dame in the archipelago family.
    Attracting over six million visitors a year, the island's most famous southern resorts offer Brit-infused revelry and clubbing, combined with white sandy beaches and allinclusive resorts.
    But get your explorer's hat on and step beyond the tourist spots and you'll discover.
    An island of extraordinary beauty and diversity, with remote mountain-ridge villages, cultured port.
    Settlements and charming ancient towns.
    With special features:
    Pull-out city map.
    Full-colour pocket-sized guidebook.
    The best walking tours.

  • Innovation is the mantra in the Netherlands' second city, and the locals embrace it with an enthusiasm that makes a visit here an exciting proposition.
    Includes a pull-out city map.
    Full-colour, pocket-sized.
    Features walking tours.

  • World-class art and thigh-slapping tradition, bamboozling high-tech and Europe's finest beer, head-turning architecture and high-octane affluence - Munich keeps its central European promises, all infused with Bavarian Gemütlichkeit, that untranslatable feeling of cosiness and well-being.
    Throw into the mix a kit bag of dark tourism and direct transport to Alpine slopes and Munich shapes up as one of Europe's most tantalising destinations.

  • Disarmingly blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland's biggest city is one of Britain's most intriguing.
    Glasgow is a good-time town behind a sober facade. Upright, handsome Victorian buildings have been subverted: offbeat basement bars sit under lawyers' offices, churches become galleries, restaurants occupy former trade guilds. The combination of edgy urbanity, underdog solidarity and the residents' legendary friendliness is totally captivating.

  • Stockholmers call their city 'beauty on water'. But despite the well-preserved historic core, Stockholm is no museum piece: it's modern, dynamic and ever-changing.

  • Spectacularly entwined with the Baltic's bays, inlets and islands, Helsinki's boulevards and backstreets are awash with magnificent architecture, intriguing drinking and dining venues and groundbreaking design.

  • Surrounded by mountains and the sea, this compact, cultured, caring and fun city is Europe's fastest-growing capital, with a palpable sense of reinvention.

  • La carte NATIONAL Italie indéchirable Michelin est proposée sur un support imperméable pour les voyageurs les plus exigeants. Agréable au toucher, elle peut être manipulée des centaines de fois, même sous la pluie sans déchirure aux pliures et continuer à se plier facilement. L'échelle au 1/1 000 000 soit 1 cm = 10 km offre une excellente visualisation du terrain (espaces boisés, villages, curiosités touristiques, routes pittoresques.). Pour vous repérer la carte comprend un index des localités et un tableau des distances et temps de parcours. Cartes et atlas Michelin, trouvez bien plus que votre route!

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