Lonely Planet Paris
Discover which iconic landmark, nicknamed 'the metal asparagus,' was almost torn down - and why
Assemble a gourmet picnic of bread, cheese and fruit at the open-air Marche Bastille
Unwind as Parisians do with a stroll or a snooze at the Jardin du Luxembourg
Sample North Africa tajine and contemplate Moorish architecture at the Mosquee de Paris
In This Guide
Two authors, over 600 hours of in-city research, 41 detailed maps, five walking tours
Full-color highlights of the best neighborhoods, museums and culinary feasts
Wine and food-pairing tips from one of the world's most celebrated sommeliers
Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveler insights
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If you have to choose one book to take to Paris, this fully updated Lonely Planet guide will cover all your bases. Whether you're camping, planning to splurge on a chic hotel, picnicking, or set on haute cuisine, this book gives you thousands of options. Also included is a useful 12-page overview of Parisian architecture, detailed entertainment information, notes on day trips to nearby châteaux and villages, plus 20 pages of detailed city maps, including the Metro. --Kathryn TrueFrom the Publisher:
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