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  • Taschenbuch: 232 Seiten
  • Verlag: Lonely Planet; Auflage: 3rd edition. (1. Mai 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1741796911
  • ISBN-13: 978-1741796919
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,6 x 1,3 x 15,3 cm
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Catherine vivió por primera vez en París cuando tenía 4 años y desde entonces ha vuelto a cada oportunidad que ha tenido, completando entremedias su doctorado de Artes Creativas en Escritura, varios másters en Escritura Profesional y el título de posgrado en Edición y Publicación. Además de reportajes de radio y prensa sobre la escena literaria de París, Catherine ha escrito, coescrito y colaborado en decenas de guías Lonely Planet sobre Francia, Europa y más allá.

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Von Eileen am 21. Mai 2014
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Very compact yet comprehensive. Its perfect to put in your purse and take along. I only didn't give it the full five stars because as Paris guides go, there are a few better ones just they are not pocket size.
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Von sarah.oma am 19. Januar 2014
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Ich muss zugeben, dass ich mir den pocket guide etwas ausführlicher erwartet hätte. Leider befanden sich in ihm kaum nützliche informationen.
Wer allerdings einen groben (wirklich groben) überblick über paris haben möchte, ohne viel über historisches zu lernen, für den ist der guide perfekt. Er bringt dich zu jedem wichtigen monument und enthält tipps bezüglich Restaurants und Bars.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ferdi am 8. Dezember 2012
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Kurzfristige Lieferung ! Das Format ist sehr handlich. Inhalt ist absolut in Ordnung und war sehr hilfreich. Wir haben uns sehr gut zurecht gefunden
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Good For First Time Visitor 31. August 2012
Von Daniel G. Lebryk - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Lonely Planet has created a useful guidebook to Paris. The book has a lot going for it, portable size, a lot of information, good maps, and, worth the price of admission, several walking itineraries.

This guidebook is perfect for somebody that wants to see all the key sights in Paris. It hits all the high points, all the critical attractions that every tourist will want to see. It describes those sights in just enough detail to entice visits, but not give away the discovery of something new. The book is arranged by geographic area, with excellent maps per section. Normally, I recommend a much more detailed map (the arrondissement by arrondissement maps - Plan de Paris par Arrondissement: Paris Street Guide by District (English and French Edition)(Multilingual Edition)) to accompany every guidebook on Paris. This book is different; the locations it recommends are perfectly placed on the detailed map pages. The included pull out map is pretty similar to the laminated Streetwise map (Streetwise Paris Map - Laminated City Center Street Map of Paris, France), personally I would still add the Streetwise map to this guidebook.

In order to save space, the guidebook does away with most of the photographs, and hotel recommendations. Descriptions are also kept brief to allow more of them to be packed in this book. The layout is still pleasant and easy to read. The book is the width of two iPhones and about 25% longer, so it is portable. In fact this is the kind of guidebook to take when walking in Paris. All the massive Fodor, Frommer's, Lonely Planet, and Rick Steve's books can stay in the US or in the hotel.

For the first time visitor to Paris, this is just about the ideal guidebook. The walking tours are well thought out, and are nearly perfect. Those three tours bring together all the other sections of the book and hit the essential greatness of Paris.

This is a departure for Lonely Planet. Normally, Lonely Planet guidebooks present the least expensive everything, almost always at the exclusion of potentially expensive, but worthwhile activities (restaurants, hotels, museums, etc.). Where I have a problem with this book, the author leads with a recommendation to eat at Tour d' Argent. This is one of the most expensive and overpriced tourist traps in Paris. It is very difficult to follow other pricier restaurant choices after something this far afield.

The other complaint I have is about the cultural section of the book, trying to condense down something that is fairly complex into 20 or 30 pages. The big guidebooks do this slightly better. It would have been better to leave off these thumbnail descriptions and either expand the sights, restaurants, or add photographs.

It is somewhat difficult to decode which areas are really exciting and well worth visiting, and which are simply there as a stop on the requirement to see or list everything. I had a hard time deciding if La Bastille would be worth a walk over spending more time in Le Marais (La Bastille is hardly worth the walk) because they were both described in alluring terms.

I lived near Paris for over two years, and have visited many times for work and vacation. I have spent a lot of time in this fabulous city, most recently for two weeks in June, 2012. I can say with confidence that this is a good guidebook. Somebody visiting this city for the first time could do much worse. For somebody that has travelled a lot or has already visited Paris, this is not the guidebook. I personally prefer the teNeuse Cool Paris and AAD Paris. Those two books do a better job displaying the unusual and interesting parts of Paris (Cool Paris, AAD Paris (Art Architecture Design)).
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Paris on the Move 16. November 2012
Von Craobh Rua - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book divides Paris into eight areas : around the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides; the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysees; the Louvre, the Tuileries Gardens and the Opera Garnier; Sacre-Coeur and Montmartre; the Pompidou Centre and the Marais; Notre Dame and the Islands; the Latin Quarter; and the St-Germain des Pres (including the Musee d'Orsay). Naturally, all the major attractions are covered - along with plenty of other suggestions for sightseeing, museums, cafes, restaurants, bars and shopping. (The relevant addresses, metro stops, opening times and admission prices are all included. The prices, I'm sure, will be subject to change - but at worst they'll give you a ball-park figure). Each section has a map, focusing on the area it's dealing with and there is also a pull-out map of the whole city at the back of the book. (There's a map of the metro on it).

There's also a `List of Bests' section towards the back of the book, that's well worth looking into - the `Left Bank Literary Loop' from the List of Best Walks is something I'll be doing on my next trip over. The topics covered by the other lists include eating, drinking, museums and parks.

When you actually get to Paris, and you're moving around the city, Pocket Paris will be an extremely useful guide book. It's well-laid out, covers all the main tourist sites, the maps are clear and it fits comfortably into the back pocket of a pair of jeans. (It makes life so much more convenient when you don't have to rummage through a bag, looking for a bulky, disorganised guide book). I wouldn't rely on it exclusively for planning a trip to Paris, though - while its size makes it very practical when you're on the move, a few more options and a little more detail (particularly in terms of eating and drinking) is no bad thing. Nevertheless, very much recommended.
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Concise, handy and helpful 17. Oktober 2012
Von Gaby at Starting Fresh blog - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Lonely Planet's Pocket Paris is concise, handy, and helpful. Unlike most guidebooks, Pocket Paris is easy to carry around at 213 pages (4.2 x 0.7 x 6 inches). Is it worth carrying around?

Pocket Paris lays out highlights for a tourist which are listed as "top sights" such as the eiffel tower, louvre, jardin du luxembourg, musee rodin, arc de triomphe, etc. The guide offers tips for each of the top sights which are helpful for first time visitors. I found the local life sections more helpful than the section on top sights. In local life, the guide book suggests restaurants, shopping, places to walk and explore. Other reviewers have pointed out that the guide book doesn't provide a good comparison or ranking of the places that it suggests - it's hard to determine which places to prioritize. It isn't enough to just rely on Pocket Paris, you'll likely want to use another guide book and internet research to learn more about the particular museums, restaurants, stores, areas to explore. The short descriptions in Pocket Paris included information that I found particularly interesting such as Brasserie Lipp as the place Hemingway had described in The Moveable Feast. I expect to be able to use the lists of the Best Walks (Left Bank Literary Loop, Best Walk Seine-Side Romantic Meander, Best Walk Right Bank Time Passages, Best Architecture, Best Eating, Best Literary Paris, Best Parks & Gardens, Best Panoramas, and Best Gourmet Shops. This guide also includes a tear away map of Paris with the map of the metro system which is always helpful.
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Handy, but nothing you can't get on the internet. 17. September 2012
Von S. Cain - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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PROS:
Handy phrases in the back
Pull out map
Organization
Attraction hours

CONS:
Not fully detailed.
Most info is better explained online
Unless you know what you want to do and where it is the book isn't that useful.

Overall this isn't a book I would recommend to someone who wants to go to Paris and has no idea what they want to do. I got this book b/c we are taking a 2 day trip to Paris and I wanted something to plan my trip with. This really didn't help with that until AFTER I found all the things I wanted to do online. Even after I found things online the info in the book wasn't very detailed or useful. There were a few tidbits in the book that helped like the hours of certain attractions.

Decent 2nd book or something to carry after you have your plan, but definitely not a primary purchase.
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Limited and Brief 3. August 2014
Von Casey Betcher - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I love lonely planet guides, but in this case it falls short. It is a "pocket" guide and therefore I always found myself wanting more information. Paris is full of rich history and interesting places. Compared to the other guides I ended up with, this one was left back in the apartment in exchange for the ones that had more to share.
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