Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy

Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy
  • Pricing and value for money - good, but shop around
  • Product quality - Michelin - it does what it says on the tin!
  • Worh having - yes, definitely
4.8

Summary

A good value for money map of Italy, by Michelin. Would be better for us it it was hardbacked, but hardbacked atlasas are quite rare.

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4.9 (10 votes)

The Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy retails at £13.99. An offer of some sorts had the map on sale at under eight pounds, so we bought one.

Michelin Touring & Motoring Atlas Italy

Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy is spiral bound.

The map has over 200 pages and also features a distance planner between major cities. The scale is good at two centimetres to six kilometers. Toll free dual carriageways and motorways are clearly marked. At the rear of the book are city maps of various cities in Italy such as Milan, Turin and Verona. A two page summary of the main routes and roads is at the front of the map.

Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy

The map has a good scale and is easy to follow.

The down side to this map relates to the cover. Like most road atlases, the cover is soft cardboard. We have backed ours with sticky back plastic to preserve its life!

Michelin Touring and Motoring Atlas Italy – where to buy?

More details of the map are available on the Michelin website. It is cheaper on-line through Amazon though – see below.

Shop around, even on Amazon. One retailer sells the map for just £8.00!

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