Lonely Planet France
Une mine d'idées pour explorer la France à vélo, quel que soit votre niveau Pour chaque week-end, un itinéraire composé de deux à quatre étapes de 40 km environ, ainsi qu'une variante pour prolonger sa visite de la destination.
Le tracé GPX de chacun des itinéraires est disponible à télécharger via un QR code.
Les infos indispensables pour faire votre choix et vous organiser : longueur, estimation de la durée, niveau de difficulté, accès...
Une couverture très large : tous les départements de France sont traversés.
Canal du Nivernais ou de Bourgogne, ViaRhôna ou Loire à vélo, pays bigoudin ou chaîne des Puy, côte atlantique ou côte varoise, île de Ré ou Belle-Île, monts des Flandres ou mont Ventoux, col du Tourmalet ou lacets de l'Alpe-d'Huez, il y en a pour tous les goûts ! De la balade sur des chemins tout plats à des ascensions exigeantes, tous les conseils pour des découvertes épanouissantes.
Des informations pratiques pour organiser son séjour : comment s'y rendre, où louer un vélo, où se loger, où manger.
Et comme on n'est jamais à l'abri d'un week-end pluvieux, une sélection de lieux à visiter le temps que l'averse passe vous assurent un week-end réussi quelle que soit la météo.
Les plus beaux parcours à vélo sur les routes et les chemins d'Europe Les récits, par des voyageurs aux profils variés, de cinquante itinéraires à travers toute l'Europe : de la Norvège au sud de l'Espagne, et de la France à la Roumanie. Ces récits sont complétés par 150 suggestions de parcours supplémentaires.
Des itinéraires pour tous les niveaux, de la promenade en famille aux tracés des courses de légende (Paris-Roubaix, Strade Bianche), de la sortie de quelques heures aux voyages de plusieurs jours, voire plusieurs semaines pour les périples au (très) long cours (de la Belgique à la Turquie par exemple).
Des parcours sur vélo de route ou à VTT, en gravel voire avec un vélo pliant ! A travers des campagnes paisibles ou des villes propices à la découverte à deux-roues (Berlin, Copenhague...), le long d'un canal ou à l'assaut de sommets alpestres.
Les infos essentielles pour vous organiser, les points de départ et d'arrivée, les meilleures saisons, des lieux où se restaurer, se loger, louer un vélo, des liens utiles, les choses indispensables à glisser dans vos sacoches.
Un ouvrage richement illustré, avec de nombreuses photos et une carte par itinéraire.
Un index par destinations, par thèmes, par types de voyage Le compagnon idéal des voyages zéro carbone et au grand air, en couple, en famille, entre amis ou en solo.
Find the best places to go to at any time of the year !
In this second edition of Where to Go When, Lonely Planet once again answers the perennial question of the traveller - where is the best place to visit during every season of the year? Fully updated with new content and covering every corner of the globe, it presents 25 recommendations of destinations that are at their best during each month. Handy infographic flowcharts help travellers filter the recommendations according to their interests, from beaches to adventures or food and drink, and diagrams depict the climate, value for money and family friendliness of each suggestion.
Camera? Check. Socks? Yup. Sunscreen? Sorted. From beach getaways and city breaks, to adventure travel and winter sports, this practical addition to our stationery range ensures nothing ever gets left behind again. Contains 80 tear-off sheets with suggested items to tick off, plus individual trip themes colour-coded for easy access.
This follow up to Global Beer Tour and Global Coffee Tour is packed with the best places to taste whisky, gin, rum, tequila, cachaça and other spirits around the world. Includes bourbon in Kentucky, whisky in Scotland, Ireland, Tasmania and Japan, plus the new wave of gin being produced worldwide. Features specialist spirit writers, reviewers, columnists and bloggers, while each destination has an itinerary with local sights and activities.
Lonely Planet's Global Distillery Tour contains:
The definitive, must-own guide to the world's best spirits.
Each destination has an itinerary with local sights and activities.
Features specialist spirit writers: reviewers, columnists, bloggers.
The world's first and only guide to the Universe
The follow-up to our bestselling The World has been developed with NASA and is the world's first and only guide to the Universe. We explore in detail the planets within our solar system and inform readers of their distance from Earth, their surface highlights, temperature and atmosphere, before featuring recently discovered stars, planets and galaxies millions of lightyears away.
Written in the style of The World, packed with essential information and vital statistics
Fascinating and engaging, with content provided by the world's foremost space authority
A must-own book for anyone interested in outer space and space travel
Inspiring destination ideas and essential travel advice for parents
Full of practical advice, ideas and inspiration for every type of family, this handbook gives parents the lowdown on amazing travel experiences around the world - and how to plan and enjoy them with their children. From our favourite destinations and navigating different forms of transport, to approaching new food and a change in routine, we give readers the confidence and know-how to plan family getaways like a pro.
Packed with everything parents need to know to take unforgettable trips with their children
Encourages curiosity, exploration and independence - for both adults and children
Includes the top five budget destinations, family-friendly cruises, wildlife adventures and beach holidays
A curated collection of the world's best low-impact resorts and experiences. From eco lodges and off-grid camps to responsible wildlife watching, conservation opportunities and community stays.
Sustainable Escapes showcases the best eco-conscious trips and places to stay, to help travellers lower their carbon footprint and impact on the communities they visit. Each entry is accompanied with beautiful photography and contact details to make booking easy.
Written by Lonely Planet's travel experts and authorities on sustainable travel.
Themes include nature, relaxation, culture, urban and learning.
Supports the growing trend to find more sustainable ways to travel.
Stories of classic surf breaks Surfers travel the world searching for the perfect wave, from Indonesia, Australia and Hawaii to France, Portugal and beyond to Senegal.
This beautifully illustrated and photographed book, the next in the successful Epic series, will share first-hand accounts of riding the world's best waves and offer maps and practical details to help readers make it happen.
Star contributors include Chas Smith and Pulitzerwinning writer William Finnegan.
- Lonely planet france
- Guide De Voyage
- 26 Janvier 2023
Islands are a source of fascination for every traveller. And there's an intoxicating variety of islands to explore: from storm-battered Faroes to the sort of tropical islands where long-gone pirates may have buried their treasure hauls. Following a similar format to The Travel Book, The Islands Book presents 150 of the world's most unique and enchanting islands, each notable for its history, wildlife or cultural qualities. All island profiles will feature a large, detailed map that pinpoints their points of interest plus beautiful photography. The cover will once again be illustrated by Whooli Chen and spot illustrations will appear throughout. Islands range from the San Juans off the USA to Codfish Island, last home of New Zealand's kakapo parrot.
The allure of the waves and experiences in water are at the heart of this book, which includes personal stories about the most refreshing lidos, hot springs, open water and wild swims away from the crowds.
Features 80 destinations for travellers seeking extraordinary aquatic experiences ;
Inspires a stronger connection to the elements through interactions with water ;
Taps into the 'water wellness' trend ;
Practical tips and inspiration for living and working on the road Modern technology and flexible working policies mean that it's possible to work from a beach in Bali or mountain cabin in the Sierra Nevada.
This book explains how. Learn about reorienting your career, finding work, getting moneysaving deals and working online wherever you are from our experienced network of always-on-the-road writers.
This is the first photographic travel book organised by colour palette.
From the bright blue hues of Jodhpur, Rajasthan's medieval metropolis, to the deep purples of Provence's lavender fields, discover the world through a stunning collection of photographs with the first and only travel guide by colour palette. This inspiring book features 400 photographs of amazing destinations and events across a plethora of vivid shades.
Each chapter presents a range of destinations dominated by a specific shade, and recommends the best way to experience each place and its colour.
Readers will discover the best places in the world to immerse themselves in their favourite shade of aquamarine, magenta or canary yellow.
A vibrant companion to the world!
Travel tastes and trends have changed. The much-anticipated second edition of our highest-selling title reflects the face of travel today, and features more than 200 new entries and an all-new voting process to rank the world's greatest travel experiences from 500 to 1.
Compiled and voted on by Lonely Planet staff and industry experts A must-own coffee table book for explorers and armchair travellers Packed with insightful commentary and awe-inspiring photos
Discover hundreds of ideas for your next trip and begin to plan it with Lonely Planet's Trip Builder. With extensive coverage of regions across the world, there's something to appeal to all ages and interests.
Featured itineraries include inspirational photography, maps, stop-by-stop listings, travel connection details and suggested extensions.
A range of transport modes are featured, including routes by plane, train, car, bicycle and boat. A handy carbon calculator enables you to track the footprint of your trip and make transport decisions.
- Lonely planet france
- Guide De Voyage
- 27 Octobre 2022
Buckle up for the next installment in our Epic series and the follow-up to Epic Drives of the World. Showcasing 50 of Europe's greatest road trips, from classic drives such as Route Napoleon through the south of France to longer trips including Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way or taking a campervan through Finnish Lapland in the Arctic summer. We cover a huge variety of themes and experiences across drives that range from a few hours to a week or more.
Each of the featured drives include:
First-person accounts from writers who have completed the drive Challenge level grading: easy / harder / epic Inspirational photography, maps and practical information to follow the writer's journey Driving factbox: when is the best time to drive, vehicle hire information, how to get there, what to take Expert travel advice: where to stay, recommended detours, the best places to eat Suggestions for similar drives 50 epic drives across Europe, including:
Coast to the Edge of Alps (Albania) Grossglockner Hachalpenstrasse (Austria) Bulgaria's fortress highway: Plovdiv to Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria) The Adriatic Highway (Croatia) Central and Southern Bohemia Loop (Czech Republic) West Coast of Jutland (Denmark) The Cotswolds (England) Chateaux of the Loire Valley (France) To the Nurburgring (Germany) Iceland's Ring Road (Iceland) Wild Atlantic Way (Ireland) Dolomites Passes & Villages Loop (Italy) The Belfast Loop (Northern Ireland) West Coast - Bergen to Kristiansund (Norway) Portugal's National Route 2 (Portugal) EV Campervan Around Orkney (Scotland) Mallorca - Serra de Tramuntana (Spain) Furka Pass (Switzerland) The Coastal Way (Wales) With a vibrant cover illustrated by Ross Murray, this beautiful hardback continues this collectible series. Whether you're a regular road tripper or just want to explore your destination in a new way, Epic Drives of Europe will inspire a lifetime of adventures out on the open road.
With details of every United Nations-approved country in the world, and a few more principalities and dependencies besides, The Travel Book is the ultimate introduction to a world of travel and the essential travel reference book for every household!
Each country is profiled by expert authors and features details of when to visit, what to see and do, and how to learn more about the country's culture from its film, music, food and drink. Every entry has a map and statistics about the country.
Incredible photography illustrates each country, depicting what life is like in each nation from photographic portraits of people, beautiful landscape photographs and vibrant street photography.
Lonely Planet : Comprehensive and inspirational guides with thousands of detailed listings, reviews and recommendations for travellers with a sense of adventure and exploration Buckle up for the next installment in our Epic series and the follow-up to Epic Bike Rides of the World.
Each route features a first-hand account, awe-inspiring photographs and practical advice. With 200 fantastic road trips recommended in total, it's the ultimate gift to inspire any motorist.
Drives include America's Pacific Coast Highway, Australia's Great Ocean Road, Iceland's Ring Road, Hawaii's Hana Highway and Asia's Pamir Highway.
- Lonely planet france
- 28 Avril 2022
Plan sustainable and stress-free rail journeys throughout Europe
Looking for a sustainable and stress-free way to explore Europe? Hop on board the continent's railway network with this ultimate guide to train travel. Whether you want to take it slow on the scenic route or make the most of the newest high-speed services to get straight to your destination, Lonely Planet's experts show you how to plan your journey.
Packed with detailed gatefold route maps and insider tips, we cover everything from how to piece together a long-distance trip to the must-see stops and best ways to book value-for-money tickets. As airlines cut back flights and airfares rise, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the increasing overnight services and flexible fares being offered. We also reveal the quirks of different operators and countries, such as luggage allowances, rules and regulations, and what facilities are on board.
If you're looking for a more eco-friendly, convenient - and sometimes quicker - way to get from A to B as you travel throughout the continent, Lonely Planet's Guide to Train Travel in Europe will equip you to make the most of your time and budget.
high-speed services in France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Spain
scenic local routes in key countries including the UK and Scandinavia
sleeper and long-distance services across the continent
The best campsites, cabins, glamping and wild camping in 20 countries From wild camping to curling up in a cabin, discover 300 amazing places to sleep under the stars in Europe. Lonely Planet's experts have scoured the continent to recommend the best campsites, wild camping spots, huts, cabins and refuges in regions across 20 countries, providing practical advice about how to plan your trip, when to go, how to get there, and what to take.
In each country profile we provide an introduction to the destination and an overview of rules and regulations around camping, accompanied by a curated list of our favourite regions with reviews of the best campsites, cabins, huts and wild camping locations. Discover everything you need to know with essential information including location details, the number of camping pitches, availability of cabins, and electricity and water facilities.
After a night under the stars, make the most of your day with comprehensive coverage of the best outdoor activities to experience in the vicinity, from hiking and biking to climbing, canoeing and wildlife watching.
Whether you're an experienced camper, or a first-timer wanting to escape the crowded city for a wilderness cabin, Under the Stars can guide you to the best places in Europe to pitch your tent.
Featured destinations include:
England, Scotland and Wales Norway, Sweden and Finland France and Switzerland Slovenia and Slovakia Italy, Croatia and Montenegro Germany and Austria And many more
- Lonely planet france
- Guide De Voyage
- 27 Octobre 2022
Lace up your hiking boots for the next in Lonely Planet's highly successful Epic Hikes series, this time exploring 50 of Australia and New Zealand's most rewarding treks and trails. From the Routeburn Track in New Zealand's South Island to the Cape to Cape walk in Western Australia's Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, we cover a huge variety of themes and experiences across routes that range from one-day walks to multi-day treks.
A vibrant cover once again illustrated by Ross Murray continues this collectible series.
Each of the 50 featured hikes includes:
First-person accounts from writers who have completed the hike Challenge level grading: easy / harder / epic Inspirational photography, maps and practical information to follow in the writer's footsteps Orientation toolkit: when is the best time of year to hike, how to get there, special equipment required Expert travel advice: where to stay, recommended tours, the best places to eat Suggestions for similar hikes Whether you're a seasoned hiker or a novice embarking on your very first trek, Epic Hikes of Australia and New Zealand will inspire a lifetime of adventures on foot.