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  1. Provence & Southeast <strong>France</strong> Road Trips - Plan your trip (Chapter)

    Provence & Southeast France Road Trips - Plan your trip (Chapter)

    This chapter contains the Welcome to Provence & Southeast France, Provence & Southeast France Highlights, Paris City Guide, Nice City Guide, Need to Know France Driving Guide, France Travel Guide... & Southeast France, Provence & Southeast France Highlights, Paris City Guide, Nice City Guide, Need to Know... 1st Edition, May 2015. 33 pages.

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  2. <strong>France</strong>'s Best Trips - Alps & Eastern <strong>France</strong> (Chapter)

    France's Best Trips - Alps & Eastern France (Chapter)

    From the Rhône River to Europe’s highest mountain, eastern France is a crazy quilt of inspirational landscapes: narrow roads snake through the vine-covered Beaujolais, the Rhône flows past medieval... above. From the Rhône River to Europe’s highest mountain, eastern France is a crazy quilt... 1st Edition, Feb 2013. 48 pages.

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  3. <strong>France</strong>'s Best Trips - Atlantic Coast & Western <strong>France</strong> (Chapter)

    France's Best Trips - Atlantic Coast & Western France (Chapter)

    The Atlantic Coast is where France gets back to nature. Driving through this region is all about quiet country roads winding through vine-striped hills, glimpsed views of dead-at-noon villages and occasional forays into energetic cities such as Bordeaux. The Atlantic Coast is where France gets back... 1st Edition, Feb 2013. 66 pages.

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  4. <strong>France</strong>'s Best Trips - Loire Valley & Central <strong>France</strong> (Chapter)

    France's Best Trips - Loire Valley & Central France (Chapter)

    Châteaux and fine wines may be the two most obvious reasons to visit central France, but they’re only the tip of the iceberg. Make time for roads less travelled: wind through Auvergne’s magnificent... and fine wines may be the two most obvious reasons to visit central France, but they’re only the tip... 1st Edition, Feb 2013. 50 pages.

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  5. <strong>France</strong>'s Best Trips - Provence & Southeast <strong>France</strong> (Chapter)

    France's Best Trips - Provence & Southeast France (Chapter)

    With its shimmering coast and rustic Provençal heart, the Mediterranean south has a timeless allure. Driving here you’ll travel through wildly divergent landscapes that never fail to delig... 1st Edition, Feb 2013. 82 pages.

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  6. <strong>France</strong>'s Best Trips - Pyrennees & Southwest <strong>France</strong> (Chapter)

    France's Best Trips - Pyrennees & Southwest France (Chapter)

    Peaks to plains, valleys to villages, mountains to Med: the southwest encompasses the french landscape in all its drama and diversity. Stretching from the Pyrenees all the way to the plain... 1st Edition, Feb 2013. 40 pages.

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  7. <strong>France</strong> - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    France - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    chapter from Lonely Planet’s France guidebook. Alsace is a region where vineyards fade into watercolour... 11th Edition, Feb 2015. 48 pages.

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  8. <strong>France</strong> - Atlantic Coast (Chapter)

    France - Atlantic Coast (Chapter)

    ’s France guidebook. The Atlantic Coast is the place to slow right down and get back to nature. Plus... 11th Edition, Feb 2015. 34 pages.

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  9. <strong>France</strong> - Burgundy (Chapter)

    France - Burgundy (Chapter)

    Burgundy’s towns and handsome capital, Dijon, are heirs to a glorious architectural heritage that goes back to Gallo-Roman and Celtic antiquity. Burgundy is also a paradise for lovers of wine, food and the great outdoors. This is the Burgundy chapter from Lonely Planet’s France guidebook. Burgundy’s towns... 11th Edition, Feb 2015. 43 pages.

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  10. <strong>France</strong> - Champagne (Chapter)

    France - Champagne (Chapter)

    Despite the prestige of their vines, the people of Champagne offer a warm, surprisingly easy-going welcome, both in the stylish cities and along the Champagne Routes, which wend their way through villages to family-run cellars and vineyards. This is the Champagne chapter from Lonely Planet’s France guidebook... 11th Edition, Feb 2015. 22 pages.

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