This guide, full of maps, evocative illustrations and useful information, accompanies the reader in discovering the city, providing him with a privileged point of view, as a true "insider". 11 walks are proposed through the various neighborhoods and frenetic streets of New York, which will guide the reader to explore the most beautiful parks and gardens, the most famous monuments, the great museums and galleries, but also the restaurants and cafés, the bars and the theatres, the locations of the most famous TV series and films set in the Big Apple... places where all the most authentic spirit of the city survives; and how to eat like a true New Yorker or get around by ferry, subway and bicycle will no longer be a secret!
Vibrant watercolors depict the architectural wonders, cultural centers, and gathering places that make New York so exciting—the reader will discover them as they wander the city on foot. Cultural reflections, small curiosities, unpublished stories and tantalizing anecdotes are accompanied by practical information that helps you experience the city in the most intelligent way, making the most of your time.
“A refined, intelligent and very useful guide to one of the world's great cities to visit on foot.” Lauren Collins, The New Yorker.
Reasons of interest:
- An unprecedented and original New York, revealed through alternative routes and little-known places.
- Accompanying the texts are many maps and watercolor illustrations with evocative pictorial effects, which make this guide truly unique.
- A handy and easy to consult tool thanks to the practical "travel" format.
4 color printing