Michelin Guides

Michelin Green Guides are complete travel guides for longer trips, and are recognized by their bright green covers. They provide a wealth of destination information including historical background, art and architecture, cultural insights as well as restaurant and hotel information. Entries are organized geographically by town or neighborhood.

Michelin Must Sees guides are more experiential in nature, and designed for short trips and weekend getaways. They group specific activities together rather than list items geographically.

The MICHELIN Guides are restaurant and hotel guides, and are often referred to as the Red Guides due to their distinctive red covers. A team of full-time professional restaurant and hotel inspectors anonymously evaluate establishments according to a rigorous set of criteria. Only the best restaurants and hotels are included in the guide, where every establishment is a trusted Michelin recommendation. These guides outline Michelin’s selections for dining and accommodations, and do not contain site and attraction information found in the other guides.

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Make the most of every trip with Michelin’s famous star-rating system, recommended tours & itineraries, & practical details travelers need.

Michelin Must See Boston

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Colorful and practical, the pocket-sized Michelin Must Sees guide series hits the highlights for a 24-hour visit, a weekend or longer. All sights are carefully reviewed and star-rated to ensure your time and money is spent wisely. Color-coded sections help you quickly focus on what to see, do and know for an exciting travel experience, and offer a selection of the best hotels, restaurants, clubs and kids’ activities for every budget. When time is short for travel or for trip planning, Michelin Must Sees help you do it all.

The MICHELIN guide New York City

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The MICHELIN Guide to Restaurants and Hotels is known by many as simply the “Red Guide”, as a toast to its iconic red cover. The MICHELIN guide was first published in 1900, in France. From a small, 400-page red guide distributed free of charge to motorists to make their travels easier and more enjoyable, the MICHELIN guide has developed over the years to become the benchmark in gourmet dining. Today, the series of over 25 titles, highlights more than 45,000 establishments from New York to Paris to Hong Kong.

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