Synopses & Reviews
Jam-packed with information on this fascinating destination, Footprintfocus Marseille and Western Provence will guide you around all the best sights and provide you with up-to-date recommendations on where to eat, sleep and party. The guide features:
· Essentials section with tips on getting there and around
· Up-to-date recommendations of great places to stay and eat
· Highlights map of the region plus detailed street maps where relevant
· Key local words and phrases are included to help you communicate with ease
· Slim enough to fit in your pocket
Loaded with advice and information, this concise Footprintfocus guide will help you get the most out of this popular French destination without weighing you down.
The content of the Footprintfocus Marseille and Western Provence guide has been extracted from Footprints Provence & Cote dAzur guide.
Jam-packed with information on this fascinating destination, Footprintfocus Marseille and Western Provence will guide you around all the best sights and provide you with up-to-date recommendations on where to eat, sleep and party.
Footprint Focus travel guides are specially designed for the needs of todays travelers. Marseille and Western Provence provides you with all the information you need and none of the stuff that you dont.
· Insightful, in-depth and up-to-date information on this gorgeous region of France
· Extensive listings and expert advice on where to stay, where to eat and what to do
About the Author
Tristan Rutherford has been a freelance travel writer since 2002. Originally based in London, his first travel assignment took him to Nice and hes been based there ever since. He has visited over 60 countries and written about 20 of them for the likes of the Guardian, the Independent and the Sunday Times Travel Magazine. As his favorite things to do in Provence, Tristan lists hiking the Rando06 routes, snorkeling off Cap dAil and Paloma Plage and reading the newspaper in any of the Cote dAzurs pavement cafés.
Kathryn Tomasetti developed a teenage crush on the South of France during a Eurail trip in the early 1990s. It wasnt until 2005 that she made a permanent move there, by way of an anthropology degree at the University of Manchester and a career as a modern art curator across Europe and the Far East. Kathryn provides features and photographs for several travel, food and yoga magazines, where she can indulge her love for alternative travel. A self-confessed foodie, she rates her favorite restaurants as Mathias Dandine in La Lavandou and Le Merenda in Nice.
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Marseille and Western Provence