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Rick Steves’ Paris by Rick Steves, Steve Smith and Gene Openshaw (Updated annually)
Only in Paris: A Guide to Unique Locations, Hidden Corners and Unusual Objects (Christian Brandstätter Verlag) by Duncan J. D. Smith (Paperback - 2013). The story of Paris, La Ville Lumiere, told through an original and eclectic mix of unusual historic locations. Recommended for visitors to Paris wishing to discover something different, and for city dwellers who thought perhaps they already knew the city.
Eyewitness Travel Guide to Paris (revised) by Alan Tillier (Paperback - 2012)
No Worries Paris: a photographic walking guide (Trailblazer Travel Books) by Jerry and Janine Sprout (Paperback - 2012)The Rough Guide to Paris 10 (Rough Guide Travel Guides) by ROUGH GUIDES (Paperback - 2005)
Frommer’s Irreverent Guide to Paris by Alec Lobrano, David Applefield (Paperback - 2004)
Lonely Planet Paris (Lonely Planet Paris) by Steve Fallon (Paperback - December 31, 2004)
Paris Made Easy: The Best Sights and Walks of Paris (Open Road Travel Guides)
by Andy Herbach (Paperback - October 5, 2004
The Unofficial Guide to Paris by David Applefield (Paperback - 2003)
Paris (Eyewitness Travel Guides) by Alan Tillier, et al (Paperback - 2003)Michelin the Green Guide Paris (Michelin Green Guide: Paris English Edition) (Paperback - 2001)
The Historic Restaurants of Paris: A Guide to Century-Old Cafes, Bistros, and Gourmet Food Shops by Ellen Williams (Paperback - 2001)
Paris 1789: A Guide to Paris on the Eve of the Revolution (Sightseers Essential Travel Guides to the Past) by Rachel Wright (Author), Julie Ferris (Editor) (Hardcover - 1999)
A street atlas with pages corresponding to the various arrondissements; there's an alphabetical index by street name so you can find ANYTHING! Buy it at almost any news kiosk, updated regularly. It's indispensable to navigating the city. Small and light enough to fit in an outside pocket. Many European tourists use it, so it won't make you an easy target for n'er-do-well's--just don't keep it open in hand constantly as you traverse the streets!
Marlin Menu Master--French A small, pocket-sized menu translator, alphabetical by course. Helps a novice avoid "strange" surprises! Eat anywhere and avoid insisting on having a menu in translation or the wait staff having to provide lengthy services unnecessarily.
Paris Toilette To Toilette- by Juliette Andrews (paperback and ebook) a weak bladdered guide to Paris. An engaging and useful book It is a light hearted,but straight forward guide to discovering free hidden toilets and treasures such as the magical toilet located in the Baccarat Museum,designed by Philippe Starck. The book is divided into neighborhoods and metro stops. Paris is beautiful, but not all the toilets are. The toilets are rated from 1 roll to 4 rolls. It also states if they are handicapped accessible or have baby changing facilities.
city-lit Paris, edited by Heather Reyes (Oxygen Books, 2012). An ideal introduction to the sights, sounds and flavours of Paris with over 60 writers of the best books on the city, including Joanne Harris, Gertrude Stein, Julian Barnes, Agnes Poirier, Proust and Victor Hugo.
Paris travel advice from experienced travelers and authors. Discover the best ways to get to and see Paris like an insider.
Suggested Itineraries, Things To See and Do in Paris
Things to do and see in and around Paris with maps and itinerary planner
Paris Churches by Arrondissement
Desktop and mobile travel planning software with more than 200 destination.
General Paris Guides with info on Hotels, bars, restaurants, upcoming events
A weekly what’s on guide to Paris, in English, featuring a cutting-edge selection of art, fashion, design, film, restaurants, bars, operas, clubs and music
Entertaining blog with an inside look into French culture, language and discovery.
Photo heavy blog previewing must-see and off-the-beaten path Parisian hotspots. Current, colorful and concise commentary to get the first-time visitor or francophile inspired and hungry. Fashion, culture, museums, neighborhoods, food stops. Written by the authors of No Worries Paris guidebook.