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From trolling Parisian nightclubs to skiing the French Alps, MTV France shows you what you want to do and where you want to be, with choices for every budget.

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Overview

Get the inside scoop on France.

From trolling Parisian nightclubs to skiing the French Alps, MTV France shows you what you want to do and where you want to be, with choices for every budget.

Alternative accommodations. Bed down anywhere from a hauntedcastle to buzzing beachfront youth hostels or alpine ski chalets.

Cheap eats. Fuel up on the world's best cheeses, cr?pes, and cassoulets. Chow down in an old Parisian workers' canteen, or try affordable cutting- edge dishes by France's hottest young chefs.

Great clubs & bars. Party everywhere from Paris's grungy rue Oberkampf to the velvet rope scene at Cannes' Le Baol, or tour Champagne's best bubbly cellars and the vineyards of Burgundy and Bordeaux.

World-class museums & offbeat attractions. From the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and Van Gogh's house in Arles to Paris's catacombs and Lascaux's cave paintings, you'll discover France's finest and freakiest sites.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764587702
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/12/2007
  • Series: MTV Guides Series , #6
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 788
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

British-born Anna Brooke began her love affair with France on a camping trip in Brittany at age 13. After gaining an honors degree in French and European studies, she moved to Paris in 2000 and has spent the last 7 years becoming a full-fledged bohemian, juggling life between freelance travel writing (Time Out Paris, Frommer’s, Alastair Sawdays, and Dorling & Kindersley), TV presenting and voiceovers (Discovery Channel and Trivop TV), and acting (3 years singing in a cabaret, short movies, and ads). She is currently writing a one-woman show and dreaming of hosting her own travel program. Any offers are kindly welcome; contact her at annaebrooke@yahoo.fr.

Nathalie Jordi’s appetites keep her bouncing around among County Cork, New York, London, and the French Alps. When not slinging curd as a cheesemaker, she writes for Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Gastronomica, and her blog at www.autobiogeography.com. Her dream of a life spent baking, getting baked, and sitting in the sun are gathering steam during her current stint as a waitress in New York City.

Native Californian Lauren Sommer is a travel and environmental writer whose work has appeared in Sierra magazine, National Geographic Adventure, and various online publications. When not living as a downhill ski instructor or pursuing a croissant quest in France, she works in public broadcasting in San Francisco.

Anna Sussman studied French and Italian literature at Brown University in adherence to her belief that it is critical to engage with the literature of countries in which one plans to eat and shop. Currently based in Cairo, she keeps her mom, friends, and clothes in New York City while she hops around the Middle East reporting on human rights and women’s issues. She has written for the New York Times, The New York Observer, The Nation, and WomensEnews; and has lived in Brazil, Egypt, France, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, and the United States. (Photo by Christophe Katrib.)

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Table of Contents

The Best of France.

The Best Student Towns.

The Best Scenes for Hip Youngsters.

The Best Festivals.

The Best Funky Arts Venues.

The Best Tipple-Tasting.

The Best Venues for Tracking the Rich & Famous.

The Best Spots beside the Sea.

The Best Moments.

The Best Regional Produce.

The Best of Freaky France.

The Best Places to Eat Your Heart Out.

The Best Places for a Good Night’s Sleep.

The Best Places to Get Down with History.

The Best Châteaux.

The Best Outlandish Architecture.

The Best Religious Buildings.

The Basics.

The Lay of the Land.

The Regions in Brief.

Visitor Information.

Getting In & Out.

Money, Money, Money, Money! (Money!).

When to Go.

Health & Insurance.

Safety & Scams.

Getting Wired.

Getting There.

Staying in France: Tips on Lodgings.

Getting Around France.

Tips for Travel on the Cheap.

Tips for Backpackers/Creative Packing.

Tips for Gay Travelers.

Tips for Travelers with Disabilities.

Tips for Solo Travelers.

Tips for Minority Travelers.

Specialized Tours & Resources.

I Don’t Want to Leave! Staying Beyond Vacation.

Eating Your Way through France.

Paris & Ile-de-France.

The Best of Paris & Ile-de-France.

Getting Around the Region.

Paris.

Ile-de-France.

The Loire Valley.

The Best of the Loire Valley.

Getting Around the Region.

Tours: The Ultimate Base for Château-Hopping.

Top 20 Châteaux of the Loire.

Nantes: A Bridge to Brittany.

Playing Outside in the Loire.

Normandy.

The Best of Normandy.

Getting Around the Region.

Rouen: Joan of Arc’s Resting Place.

The Sea Stint: The Alabaster & Flower Coast.

The History Trail.

Brittany.

The Best of Brittany.

St-Malo: Surf, Sun & Stone Walls.

Rennes: Student Town, Medieval Flair.

Carnac: Brittany’s Jekyll & Hyde.

Quimper: Quaintness in the Country.

Bordeaux & Charente-Maritime.

The Best of Bordeaux & Charente-Maritime.

Getting Around the Region.

Bordeaux: Palatable & Happening.

Angoulême: Cartoon Central.

Cognac.

St-Emilion: Thank Bacchus You Made It.

The Bassin d’Arcachon & Dune de Pilat.

La Rochelle: An Unmissable Port of Call.

The Basque Country & the Pyrenees.

The Best of the Basque Country.

Biarritz: Surf’s Up on the Atlantic Coast.

Bayonne: It’s All About Food & Culture.

St-Jean-Pied-de-Port: A Day in the Basque Country.

Foix.

Languedoc-Roussillon.

The Best of Languedoc-Roussillon.

Getting Around the Region.

Nîmes: French, Roman, or Spanish?

Farther Afield of Nîmes: Le Pont du Gard.

Montpellier: Bumpin’, Gritty College Town.

Toulouse: Vibrant, Airy, Pink & Pastel.

Perpignan: Straddling Catalonia.

Le Viaduc de Millau.

The Gorges du Tarn.

The Dordogne & the Lot.

The Best of the Dordogne & the Lot.

Getting Around the Region.

Sarlat: Art, Foie Gras & Truffles.

Rocamadour & Cahors.

Provence.

The Best of Provence.

Getting Around the Region.

Marseille.

Avignon.

Arles.

Aix-en-Provence.

La Côte d’Azur (French Riviera).

The Best of La Côte d’Azur.

Getting to the Region.

St-Tropez: Clichéd but Still Beautiful.

Cannes: More than Just a Film Festival.

Nice: La Belle Dame de la Mediterranée.

Grasse: Ain’t Just Perfume.

Monaco & Monte Carlo: Playground of the Rich & Those Who Want to Be Seen Near Them.

Corsica.

The Best of Corsica.

Getting There.

Corsica History 101.

Ajaccio.

Bastia: Fierce Face of the Tyrrhenian.

Erbalunga.

Corte: A Stony Face Staring into Space.

Bonifacio: Your Yachting Dream Come True.

The Rhône Valley & French Alps.

The Best of the Rhône Valley & French Alps.

Lyon.

Drôme & the Ardèche.

Evian-les-Bains.

Chambéry.

Annecy.

Chamonix.

Grenoble.

Massif Central & Auvergne.

The Best of Massif Central & Auvergne.

Getting Around the Region.

Clermont-Ferrand: Molten Je Ne Sais Quoi.

Limoges: It Ain’t Just Porcelain.

Le-Puy-en-Velay.

Elsewhere in the Massif Central & Auvergne.

Burgundy & the Franche Comté.

The Best of Burgundy & Franche Comté.

Getting Around the Region.

Dijon: As Mild As Its Mustard.

Beaune: Quaint, Boozy & Multicolored.

Abbaye de Fontenay: Key to Monastic Past.

Besançon: Students, Citadels & Cheeses.

Ronchamp: Le Corbusier’s Masterpiece.

The Champagne Region.

The Best of the Champagne Region.

Getting Around the Region.

Reims: Bursting the Bubble.

Epernay: It’s Gotta Lotta Bottle.

Troyes: Shaped Like a Champagne Cork.

Alsace-Lorraine.

The Best of Alsace-Lorraine.

Getting There & Getting Around.

Strasbourg.

Colmar.

Nancy.

Verdun.

Mulhouse.

The Nerd’s Guide to French Wine & Culture.

French Wine 101.

French Art 101.

French Architecture 101.

French History 101.

What Remains: France Today.

Recommended Books, Films & Music.

Survival French.

Index.

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