AA Road Atlas Italy – glove box size

The AA Road Atlas Italy is a fairly good, easy to follow map of Italy.  A decent map of Italy is not the easiest of things to come by. My previous map of Italy – bought in Italy I hasten to add – had just about fallen to pieces, so the time had come to obtain a replacement. The AA map is a low-cost choice but appears to do what it says on the tin.

AA Road Atlas Italy

A glove box sized road atlas.

The atlas is quite compact in size meaning it will easily stow in the glove box. The AA Road Atlas Italy is not quite as clear as the previously owned Michelin map but it is about 1/3 of the price. There are even more discounts when purchased on Amazon!

Where can I purchase the AA Road Atlas Italy

The maps are available in shops but I found them to be a lot cheaper on Amazon

I was also able to acquire this version from a charity shop for just 50 pence! Some may prefer this version, but it is quite bulky in comparison.

Since writing this article, we think that the AA Road Atlas Italy is either discontinued in its present form or replaced by something else. As an alternative, we now travel with this Michelin version. Although not as detailed as our previously owned, bought-in-Italy Michelin map, this is a good starter when touring the “boot”.

The Michelin website offers a lot of information about their books and maps. However the same products are usually cheaper elsewhere.

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