Travel Guides France

Travel Guides France & Italy

Newstand RomeI have a small obsession with travel but I am just as obsessed with travel guides & books. If I had the space, my apartment would be filled!

Here are a few recent discoveries and old favorites to consider…as travel books are not only a source of information, they are a source of enjoyment.

F R A N C E

Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay French Bed & Breakfast 11th Edition

An amazing, well researched guide on French B&B’s. Other additions include Paris Hotels, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Mountains of Europe and French Holiday Homes

Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay French Bed & Breakfast 11th EditionP A R I S

Patisseries of Paris by Jamie Cahill

Hungry for Paris The Ultimate Guide To The City’s 102 Best Restaurants by Alexander Lobrano

Not only is this a great guide for restaurants it is a wonderful cultural guide to dining in Paris.

R O M E

Footprint Italia Rome

The Terroir Guide Food & Wine Rome

Another series published by The Little Bookroom. This guide is a veritable reference to the local food, wine, markets, artisans and restaurants of Rome. Other additions include Budapest and The Italian Riviera with more on the way.

romastaordinaria

This guide, a recent discovery, is not easy to find. Written in English and Italian it is part of a series of guides to Italian cities that are published each summer. The guide features shops, restaurants, hotels, bookstores, shopping services and new cultural activities that due to their quality and personality are all “extraordinary”. A visit to their website will give you a taste for this unique series of guidebooks.

So whether you are preparing for a trip, need a gift or simply want a little escape to dream and drool about future adventures a travel book may be just what you need.

Enjoy!

Leslie

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