Street plan of Versailles and the surrounding communes from Blay-Foldex, with an enlargement showing in greater detail the town centre including both Rive Gauche and Rive Doitre railway stations and the Château. Coverage includes the whole of the Parc de Versailles indicating entry points.
The plan is part of an extensive series covering French cities and towns from Blay-Foldex, the country’s largest, oldest and most experienced publisher of urban mapping. Blay plans include outer suburbs and, where appropriate, adjoining localities forming part of the urban agglomeration and provide brief descriptions of the town’s main sights, contact details for hotels and other places of interest, etc. The plans show one way streets, car parks and pedestrian zones. Important public buildings are clearly marked and identified. Blay street maps are usually double-sided and include an enlargement for the town centre and a street index with separate lists of “edifices publics”: main public buildings, places of worship, schools, sport facilities, stations, etc. Each of the outer suburbs or the adjoining localities, identified with its postcode, has a separate index. Many titles also provide a road map of the environs. All the text is in French only.
PLEASE NOTE: to see the list of Blay-Foldex street plans of French towns and cities please click on the series link – the series description also includes a comparison between Blay and IGN street plans.
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