Michelin Green Guides are published for, and about, different regions of France, and for some major cities, from Paris to New York. Each guide has amazing information about the title subject, not only the sites and museums, but historical, geographical and any other information relevant to that place. Michelin Green Guide has nothing to do with restaurant star systems

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