Camping Road Trips France Germany Caroline MillsSKU: GB8101 ISBN: ISBN 9781784778101
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Caroline Mills is a well published travel journalist. Many of the destinations and tours have previously been published in motorhome, campervan and camping magazines and they are published in that tried and tested format within Camping Road Trips France and Germany ISBN: 9781784778101
This book is a compilation of 30 of the Mills family motorhome trips in France and Germany gathered over 20 years. Caroline has written the book in the first person in a concise and inspiring manner which is important because you have to read all of the text to follow the road trips. The town names or destinations are printed in bold within the the text for ease of use, they are also indexed at the rear.
Text boxes suggest roads to use, places to park, Aires, France Passion and campsites to to stay at. Other boxes tell you about local produce and noteworthy tourism. Local tourist office and destination websites are listed.
- 22 routes or destinations in France and 8 in Germany
- Approximate distances and number of days
- Well written and interesting descriptions
- Lovely colour photography throughout
- Places to walk to from and to
- No local maps
- No GPS coordinates
- No addresses
Who Should Buy Camping Road Trips?
- People who enjoy reading the tours published in camping magazines
- People looking for inspiration for their next tour of France or Germany
- People looking for a good quality present
Essential guidebooks to support your French and German Road Trips
- All the Aires France
- Most Beautiful Villages in France
- France Passion
- Bord Atlas Germany
- Every Campsite in France
- ACSI Camping Card
The Publishers View - Bradt Guides
Whether you’re a novice motorcaravanner or experienced road tripper, solo adventurer or family group, these self-guided tours will provide the inspiration to set out and explore – as slowly and leisurely as you like – the less obvious regions of France and Germany. There are routes of all distances, from day/weekend trips of no more than 30 or 40 miles to routes of 1,000 miles and more for those enjoying a longer holiday.
Collectively these routes explore the very best scenery that France and Germany offer – from coastal views and mountains, forests and national parks, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, vineyards, lakesides and riverbanks, islands (including parking up and visiting car-free islands), to pastoral idylls, wilderness and vibrant cities brimming with architectural heritage.
Travel the Route Napoléon (France’s first ever signposted route following Napoleon’s trek through the Alps on his return from exile) or the Bertha Benz Memorial Route (named for the wife of inventor Carl Benz and the first person ever to make a long-distance road trip). Explore the Gorges du Verdon, the grand canyon of France, or visit Dorgogne’s annual strawberry festival, or walk into Poland along an eight-mile seaside promenade at the seaside resort of Heringsdorf.
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