Instead of being overwhelmed at which sights you should go and see in only a few days, the book covers – as the name says – the Top
In addition, it gives you information on restaurants, shops, night life, galleries and other areas of interest. The size of the book is another great advantage – it easily fits into your purse. The included fold-out map is very useful as you explore the streets of Paris. The metro map allows you to criss-cross Paris safely without getting lost. 10 places to visit in Paris.
I like the section “Streetsmarts” which gives you answers to questions you might have, such as, how do I make a local phone call, which metro ticket to buy etc.
Overall, this is a fun guidebook to carry with you on your visit to Paris. It is a scaled down version of usually quite heavy and detailed travel guides, but gives you enough information to keep you busy in this beautiful city. If you are looking, however, for more detailed information about the history and architecture of sights, this might not be the book for you.
This travel guide is available at local bookstores.