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Author: Michelin Travel Publications
ISBN: 2069670457
Pages: 919 pages
Publisher: Michelin Travel Pubns; 37th edition (December 1, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Europe
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e-Book Michelin THE RED GUIDE Italia 2000 (THE RED GUIDE) epub download

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Michelin Guides (French: Guide Michelin ) are a series of guide books published by the French tyre company Michelin for more than a century. The acquisition or loss of a star can have dramatic effects on the success of a restaurant.

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The Michelin Guide launched a century ago as a way to sell more tires. Now, it can make or break a restaurant. Yes, the Michelin that makes or breaks fine dining establishments around the world is the same Michelin that manufactures tires. From an image standpoint, it certainly has helped as a halo for a tire brand. Because tires, of course, aren't the sexiest product," Tony Fouladpour, Michelin North America's director of corporate public relations, tells Business Insider. The image of Michelin is that of a premium, high-quality brand. And some say that the Michelin Guide is the Bible of all dining guides," he says.

Armed with THE RED GUIDE, globetrotters can have the latest information on fine dining establishments worthy of Michelin's renowned stars and selections of "Bib Gourmand" restaurants indicating good food at reasonable prices. A proven source for a century, THE RED GUIDE also assists travelers in selecting accommodations that meet their criteria in service and style, enhanced with city plans, local maps and practical tourist information.
Although I am French, I have traveled extensively in Italy. I can say without a doubt say that the Michelin Red Guide Italia is absolutely the best guidebook available. The information is so extensive that even native Italians will find a wealth of information!
All aspects of a trip are covered including hotels, restaurants tourist attractions, road and city maps and suggested traveling routes, among other things.
Michelin didn't get its superior reputation for nothing! It is the most trusted name in travel guides. This guide is just another addition to its superb library.
I travel all over the continent and have always taken my Michelin guides with me. There is no better way to treat yourself the way you deserve to be treated. I like to travel in Italia since I have a home off the Amalfi Coast on the Isle of Capri, even though I am French. I live in Provence, the most spectacular place on this very earth, but I do like to see other wonderful places and dine on foreign foods. Italia is good for doing both of those pleasures.I like to fly most of the time, but then you do not get to see the sites close up. Flying is really for getting some place fast. But if you want to take your time and really see Italia, then you must have this Michelin guides in your possession. Since I am French, I don't know every place to go, so this guide always comes in very handy for me.
It was late, raining and we were starved. We had just checked into our hotel in Verona and needed a good meal to put our spirits back on track. That's when we dug out our little red guide and found a 4 star restaurant within walking distance. Don't let the fact that it's all written in Italian put you off. I have no language skills and found it easy to use and quite indispensable. While it's difficult to have a truly bad meal in Italy, with this book it's amazingly simple to have a positively great one.
Be AWARE that this guide is "written" in Italian -- but do NOT be intimidated by that fact. The essential information is (as in the case of all Michelin texts) conveyed by ideograms or other diagrams (maps, etc.), and the meanings are clearly explained in the multilingual bookmark which accompanies the guide. The information itself is the most accurate -- and most respected -- in the world. Consider that when deciding on how you're going to spend the thousands of US$ that your Italian vacation will cost.
After spending much time browsing travel books on Italy as we prepare for a trip this summer. I came across the red guide 2000. When we traveled to Italy in 1982 I remembered how helpful this guide was and it did not dissapoint once again. The thoroughness of the guide alone with the excellent rating system and all of the interewsting and obscure towns listed as well as the big cities allowed me to find a special hotel that I was looking for in a small town outside of Lake Garda. The wealth of information regarding the local restaurants as well as the varied levels of hotels and residences allows a traveler the opportunity to fine tune a trip. I must admit that even though I do not speak or read Italian very well, I am able to wade through the guide and cross reference my itinerary with relative ease. I can not think of a more valuable book to have as you travel through a foreign country. I am looking forward to examining the book for the next several days and finding several more boutique hotels and restaurants.
If you want to stay in lovely out of the way places and eat in good restaurants, here's your book. Instead of relying on the canned list of chain hotels a travel agent has, and taking pot luck at tourist dining places, get a Michelin, make your reservations in advance (figure 4-6 weeks to be safe for any restaurant with a star rating), and you'll do very well for yourself. In my experience, anyplace that's listed at all is quite decent, at least; if a restaurant or hotel is highly rated it is superb. Vacationers looking for hotels should look for places marked in red, which means especially pleasant and peaceful; you'll arrive and say to yourself: "Oh, how lovely."
Hotel and restaurant listings are very extensive and very reliable, and the guide has maps of lots of cities and small towns you won't find anywhere else , with all of the places listed marked on them. Indispensable if you want to travel around and plan your own trip.
The Michelin tourist and motoring atlases (also excellent) mark all of the towns which are mentioned in the Red Guides, so when you're planning your trip once you know where you want to go you can look for places nearby to stay and dine.