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ISBN 9781906261498 448 с. на английском языке Мягкая обложка Вес: 430 г. Stop for a moment and inhale the cool mountain air as you hike the Alpine pastures of the Grande Randonnée beneath the high snow plains and peaks above. Feel the mist of spring snow kicked up off-piste at M& 233;ribel, or the steam from the hot spring waters of St-Gervais-les-Bains. Follow the scent of olives in the Bouches-du-Rhône, past the oil mills of the Plateau de Valensole, or board the chemin de fer de la Mure to drink in the views of deep blue water at the Gorges du Drac. The Michelin Green Guide is the authority on the French Alps today and the forces of nature and society that have shaped them. Michelin’s local writers have walked, skied, driven, visited, slept, shopped and eaten through every tour, piste, sight, hotel, restaurant, boutique, caf& 233; and venue in this guide. Where they have stepped, you won’t put a foot wrong. The Green Guide French Alps is meticulously updated and beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs, scores of Michelin maps, and insider coverage of skiing areas, all-important après ski, shopping, nightlife, accommodations and restaurants. Features From Aix-les-Bains to the Grand Canyon du Verdon, the guide introduces you to the very best the French Alps have to offer, with every glacier and lofty mountain keep objectively assessed using Michelin’s celebrated star-rating system. 72 easy-to-use Michelin maps guide you around town, highlight tour routes and identify the very best sights by star rating. Detailed driving and walking tours make you your own tour guide on the road less traveled. The in-depth and authoritative nature section covers the formation of the Alps, its overtly delicate flowers, stocky ibex and powerful bearded vultures, while the history section beats a path from Hannibal to the House of Savoie and the union with France. Features delve into the nature of the modern Alps, where the sound of a thousand of years of tradition can be heard ringing in the bells around the necks of the herds of Montb& 233;liard, Tarentaise and Abondance cattle. Features on art and culture explore the feudal roots of this contested region, where solitary chapels were brightly decorated by passing pilgrims and brooding keeps were laboriously constructed to defend the mountain passes. Over a hundred years of experience in accommodations and restaurant recommendations feature in the address books throughout the guide, where you will find everything from the perfect fondue (made with comt& 233; savoyard, beaufort, and emmental cheese), to warming vin chaud (a type of mulled wine) and a mountain lodge with valley views beneath sleepy snow-laden eaves. Major coverage of every ski resort, spa, castle, peak, viewpoint, hiking trail, lake, massif, railway, gondola, monastery, chapel, church and more.