Paris Movie Walks, nominated Travel Guide Book of the year, now available for your iPhone!

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Reviews

Nominated for Best Book – Travel Guide Category by ForeWord Reviews

About.Com Paris Travel

Cinephiles traveling to Paris will find a wealth of entertaining knowledge about Paris cinematic history in this relatively slim but well-researched volume.

Chicago Tribune

This excellent guide to some of the most celebrated Paris-set movies is a delightful way to see the city through cinematic eyes.

Europe A La Carte

Paris is already renowned as being one of the best places to visit in Europe, so it would be interesting to add a movie inspired angle to your Paris sightseeing.

A Traveler’s Library

Schurmann’s book Paris Movie Walks give you ten ambles through neighborhoods, and each route crosses paths with several movies.

Paris Parfait

All 260 pages of Paris Movie Walks are packed with photos, maps and interesting facts about movie-making in France.

Invisible Paris

For Michael Schurmann, the city is one large film set. So great is his passion that he has dedicated much of his recent life to the creation of a series of ‘movie walks’ which take the visitor through circuits of some of the key film locations in the city.

Eye For Film

This is a rare treat, a guidebook that’s a pleasant read even well out with the area that it covers.

Nights And Weekends

Paris Movie Walks is crammed with references to movies you’ve seen and loved—and movies you’ll be dying to see once you’ve been there.

Cinebanter

Having visited France, but never Paris, the new book Paris Movie Walks: Ten Guided Tours Through The City of Lights! Camera! Action! has me salivating for a plane ticket.

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