Michelin #551 - Switzerland North Travel Map
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In 1895, with the automobile revolution just beginning, the Michelin brothers patented their first car tire. Recognizing a need for practical, useful information for this first intrepid wave of auto tourists, they wrote the first Michelin Guide in 1900. By 1915, Michelin had become the standard for travel by car in Europe.
Today, Michelin produces over a hundred maps for destinations throughout Europe and beyond, including 1:150,000 or 1:175,000 scale breakdowns of major sections of France. More than just a road map, Michelin labels major sites and places of interest and all Michelin Green Guides cross-reference the Michelin maps for easy, stress-free touring.
With Michelin maps, you always know where you are!
Map #551 covers the northern part of Switzerland. It covers Neuchâtel in the East to Vaduz on the West; from Basel in the North to just below Brig in the South. Click Here to see Map Coverage.
This zoom map has keys in several languages including English.
Scale 1:200,000 (1 cm = 2 km)