Italy Northwest Folded Travel Map (11th Edition) by Michelin (2013)

$22.00
Barcode 9782067183919
ISBN 9782067183919
Format Maps
Publisher Michelin
Size 115 x 250 x 10mm
Weight (g) 120 g

Product description

Part of the orange regional series from Michelin, this Italy Northwest map shows this part of Italy in excellent detail. Primary & secondary road networks are clearly marked out with indications of the number of lanes, intermediate distances and various possible road obstacles or things you should know including steep hills, height limits, toll barriers, prohibited roads and roads subject to restrictions.

The map also includes small insets with street plans ... Read More

Part of the orange regional series from Michelin, this Italy Northwest map shows this part of Italy in excellent detail. Primary & secondary road networks are clearly marked out with indications of the number of lanes, intermediate distances and various possible road obstacles or things you should know including steep hills, height limits, toll barriers, prohibited roads and roads subject to restrictions.

The map also includes small insets with street plans of Turin, Milan and Genoa, showing road names, one way streets and various places of interest (tourist sights, hospitals, parking, railway stations, etc.). Scenic routes on the map are marked out in green and an extensive index of place names is included.

The map also features:

  • Administrative boundaries
  • Railways, Airports and Ferry Services
  • Important sights such as castles, ruins, and churches
  • Driving Times and Distance Charts
  • Road Safety Information
  • A legend in multiple languages, including English

Michelin reference no. 561

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Barcode 9782067183919
Isbn 9782067183919
Format Maps
Publisher Michelin
Size 115 x 250 x 10mm
Weight (g) 120 g

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Jim Annetts
Perfect for North Italy

Great map for planning any trip in North Italy and into Switzerland. Very clear and a great scale. Service from Chart and Map was also great.

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