The map book is relatively small and lightweight so it's easy to carry and consult.
I ended up giving this one to my daughter who has better eyesight than I do and was better able to read the smaller print in this book.
The maps themselves have great detail such as cemeteries, churches, metro stops, even street numbers.
This is proving invaluable for my trip to Paris next year. Marking and using stickers to plan days in Paris, to get the most out of each area. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bear Chick
Everyone needs a map book of Paris. Even if you have free data plan in France and can use the map App on your smartphone, you may need a map. Read morePublished 7 months ago by EzereBartonne
Especially if you can read French (although that's not 100% necessary & honestly this is good practice), the high level of detail as well as transit & market day details & the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by SPB
Compact but complete. Perfect companion to wander around the many neighborhoods of Paris. In addition to the maps, the book contains a ton of contact reference with phone... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bruce G. Terrill
PRETTY GOOD, WOULD LIKE A LARGER MAP SHOWING ALL OF PARIS RATHER THAN SEPARATE PAGES OF EACH ARRONDISSEMENT. IT'S OKAY THOUGH.Published 20 months ago by Richard
This is the map book to have with you when you visit Paris. The maps are highly detailed, beautifully rendered, well organized and leave nothing out in central Paris. Read morePublished 23 months ago by James A. Gorton
Excellent for helping me find my way around the metro system - the WHAT, and walking about. Once you have determined the places you want to visit in Paris--then you can use this... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeff B
you would be better off just buying the real plan par arrondissment book in paris at a kiosk for 6 euro -Published on January 28, 2013 by Robert J Conway JR