Are there any Michelin guides on ViaMichelin?

ViaMichelin integrates information from the Michelin guides into the heart of its maps, in particular, the Michelin Green Guide stars that relate to tourist sites. You can also find a map dedicated to tourist sites on the ViaMichelin website.

Which is the best Michelin starred restaurant in the UK?

1. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester *** 2. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay *** 3. Sketch (The Lecture Room & Library) *** (UP FROM 2 FOR 2020) 4. The Fat Duck *** 5. The Waterside Inn *** 6. Aimsir ** (NEW FOR 2020) 7. Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles ** 8. Bibendum ** 9. Core by Clare Smyth ** 10. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal ** 11.

When did the Michelin Green Guide come out?

Since their creation by Michelin in 1926, the Green Guides have promoted the natural and cultural heritage of regions, primarily in France, but also worldwide.

How to calculate a route in ViaMichelin route planner?

Use the ViaMichelin route planner to get the quickest, shortest or most economical route directions to the destination of your choice. ViaMichelin route planner: calculate your route in the UK – London to Liverpool, London to Leeds, London to Edinburgh, London to Cardiff… or elsewhere in Europe: London to Dublin,…

How many Michelin maps are there in the world?

More than 8 million maps and guides published in 2017. The MICHELIN Travel website is changing so travelers can access our guidebooks in just a few clicks. We are also developing custom services in certain countries.

Are there any Michelin guidebooks for urban explorers?

The Michelin library of guidebooks continues to expand. In addition to the classic Green Guides, we now offer a range of guides tailored for different travelers. Rome, London, Paris, Venice, Barcelona, New York, Marseille with our “7 cities at a glance”collection, urban explorers can find their fill of adventures.

When to buy a Michelin Battle of Alsace map?

Buy a Michelin map to ensure you get the most out of your holiday. Michelin Battle of Alsace Map 104 covers the region associated with the Battle of Alsace between November 1944 and March 1945, at a scale of 1:200,000. This is a reprint of the 1947 map to commemorate the liberation of France.