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Frommer's Paris Day by Day (Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket) Paperback – January 24, 2006

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Editorial Reviews


"...does an excellent job of filleting down the key sights - and provides useful maps... represents excellent value." (Mail on Sunday, February 2006)

" up to date it includes the Da Vinci Code walking tour...part of a series of seven new guides..." (The Hull Daily Mail, February 2006)

"...perfect for travellers on a long weekend ... offers a range of smart ways to see each city..." (Scottish Daily Record, March 2006) 

"...Colourful and easy to use, this guide is ideal for both leisure and business visitors to France's capital city" (French Property News, March 2006)

"...each one is full of useful information to help you make the most of your visit...don't go away without them!" (For The Bride, April 2006)

"...Frommer's produce travel guides for every kind of traveller, from students travelling on a tight budget to the luxurious round-the-world traveller..." (Uptown Magazine, April 2006)

"...this ... gem is packed with realistic advice as to how to get the best out of your time in Paris...." (French Magazine, May 2006)

From the Back Cover

22 Self-guided Tours. 40 Maps. One Great Trip.

At last, a travel guide that tells you how to see the best of everything—in the smartest, most time-efficient way.

  • The best of Paris in one, two, or three days
  • Thematic tours for every interest, schedule, and taste
  • Walking tours of the city's best-loved neighborhoods
  • Hundreds of evocative color photos
  • Bulleted maps that show you how to go from place to place
  • Hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife for all budgets
  • A tear-resistant foldout map—enclosed in a handy plastic wallet you can also use for tickets and souvenirs

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Product Details

  • Series: Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Frommer's; 1st edition (January 24, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764579827
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764579820
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 0.5 x 7.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,848,231 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Christi Daugherty (London, England) is an expat American. A former journalist, she s the author of several travel books including Frommer's Ireland 2007 and Frommer's Paris Day by Day. She also co-wrote Frommer's MTV Ireland and Frommer's MTV Europe. She learned everything she knows about Ireland accidentally, while getting lost repeatedly over the course of many years. She likes to think that she gets lost so you don t have to. On a recent trip, she stumbled across the ruins of the castle her family left behind when they fled Ireland in the 17th century, with the English hot on their trail. There wasn't much left of it. In her spare time she writes unpublished mystery novels.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Beck on April 20, 2006
Format: Paperback
This guide is awesome - I wanted something that would give me relevant suggestions on what to REALLY do in Paris - not just the touristy stuff. Paris Day by Day includes the author's own suggestions on places to eat (some are out-of-the-way and non-touristy) and the best times of day to be at certain places depending on the atmosphere. Other benefits of this guide:

-up-to-date admission fees and operating hours of attractions

-restaurant descriptions and average meal prices (in actual numbers, not just $$-$$$)

-walking directions from place to place on each tour

-a fold-out map of the city (in its own pocket - it can be separated from the book), and a map of the Metro system.

There's a tour for everyone in this guide, from the monument afficianado, to the gourmand, to the shopper, to the outdoorsy-person, to the nightlife-lover.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel M. Kohler on January 6, 2007
Format: Paperback
I bought the book thinking it would help me make the most of 3 days in Paris. On net, I would say it added very little. The section on Monmartre was useful -- most of the rest not very. As much as I hate to say it, Rick Steves does a much better job in helping one make the most of their time in Paris. In addition, some of Christi's picks were just bizarre. For example, if you had two days in Paris, the gastronomic capital of the world, why would you make one of your meals a falafel sandwich, no matter how good it was.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alicia N. on January 4, 2008
Format: Paperback
I zone out when I read dozens of restaurant and hotel descriptions in other guides, so I found this book to be really refreshing. Is it comprehensive? No. Which is just as well, since Paris is constantly changing anyway. I appreciated the walking tour ideas, especially the fact that it includes an estimate of the time it takes to get from stop to stop. I don't like to make strict travel plans or be weighed down by big guidebooks, so I found the walking tours, as well as the themed tours (Romantic Paris, Art Lovers Paris etc.) very helpful and I loved the fact that I could stash it in my purse to consult the Metro map when I needed to. It was easy to use the book as a starting point and then start exploring on your own. I actually read this series of books before other guidebooks now to get my imagination going when I'm preparing for a trip. I'd totally recommend this one for someone who's interested in soaking up the city.
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I like the thought of this guide, but it is either horribly out of date (Nov 2008) or was incorrect to begin with. We just spent 4 days in Paris, and chose our hotel and many activities out of this guide. We chose the hotel because the guide said it was quiet: the hotel was on a large road next to the Police Station & Ambulance route. Quiet had nothing to do with it.

This guide says the Louvre is closed on Mondays, when it's closed on Tuesdays. Not the largest detail, but when you're planning your 3 or 4 day trip ahead of time that's a big mistake. And it doesn't include going to the Louvre as part of the 3 days - only as a "special interest" trip!

This guide also doesn't mention which parts of town to avoid, or warn you about the scams in Paris. Thankfully we weren't scammed, but it would be a good inclusion in a Paris guide.

Rick Steves has better information, free, on his website.
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