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France never fails to deliver as a stunning holiday destination, whether you’re after the southern beaches, mountain climbs, vineyard tours or crumbling castles. With world famous food and wine, dynamic cities, undiscovered landscapes and countless stunning monuments, its no wonder France is one of Europe’s most visited cities. Visit the iconic Eiffel Tower on a weekend break to cosmopolitan city of Paris or relax on a sun drenched beach in the glamorous town of St Tropez. Browse our collection of guide books and maps os France below; our collection includes travel guides from renowned publishers as well as specialist, hard-to-find publications. We also feature recommended holiday reading and all your essential travel accessories.

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    Guide To France

    by SANDI TOKSVIG
    How much cheese does the average French person eat each year? What do you do if someone gives you la bise? How many elephants are the same weight as the Eiffel Tower? What year did France last win the...
    • Publisher: Transworld Publishers
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    "Two Vagabonds in Languedoc" - written in 1925 - is Jan and Cora Gordon's charming and evocative sketch of the French village of Najac. Return today to the very same village on the border of the...
    • Publisher: Bene Factum Publishing
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    Resistance

    by Agnes Humbert
    In the summer of 1940, as the German Occupation tightened its grip on Paris, Agnes Humbert helped to establish one of the first resistance cells. Within a year the group was publishing a news...
    • Publisher: Bloomsbury
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    Vacation Work Publications "Live & Work" Guides take you through the practicalities of a move to another country, from setting up home to finding a job and enjoying time off.

    There is advice on...
    • Publisher: Vacation Work Publications
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    The Authentic Bistros of Paris

    by Francois Thomazeau
    • Publisher: The Little Bookroom
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    A New York Review Books Original. When Irene Nemirovsky's Suite Francaise was first published, the world discovered a new great writer. Even in France, however, Nemirovsky had been more or less...
    • Publisher: New York Review Books
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    Metrostop Paris

    by Gregor Dallas
    The name of every Parisian metro station tells a story. In Metrostop Paris Gregor Dallas recounts a series of extraordinary but true tales about the city as he leads his readers around the metro....
    • Publisher: John Murray
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    “Pardon My French - Unleash Your Inner Gaul”, by Charles Timoney, takes you through all the words you need to survive and steers you past all the pitfalls and potential embarrassments of speaking Frenc...
    • Publisher: Penguin
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    The Camargue

    by Edwin Mullins
    One of Europes last remaining wildernesses, the Camargue forms a unique landscape of salt-marsh, lagoons, cultivated farmland and seashore. Where the turbulent River Rhne meets the Mediterranean in...
    • Publisher: Signal
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    This dictionary and phrasebook contains essential language for communicating with pharmacies, doctors and hospitals in France. A clear introduction explains the French medical system, the procedure...
    • Publisher: Summersdale Publishers
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    Tales of Two Cities

    by Conlin Jonathan
    Paris and London have long held a mutual fascination, and never more so than in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, when they both vied to be the world's greatest city. Each city has been the...
    • Publisher: Atlantic Books
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    Paris To The Moon

    by A Gopnik
    In 1995, Adam Gopnik, his wife, and their infant son left the familiar comforts and hassles of New York for the urbane glamour of Paris. Charmed by the beauties of the city, Gopnik set out to...
    • Publisher: Quercus
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