The New York Times: 36 Hours World

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

The New York Times “36 Hours” column was a hit with readers from day one, and ended up becoming so popular that the creative geniuses at TASCHEN turned the column int a series of illustrated books. Now TASCHEN is upping the ante, introducing the complete book collection crowned The New York Times: 36 Hours World.

Dreaming of taking a trip to Dakar? What about a week-long visit to Paris, or even a weekend trip to New Orleans? Whatever you fancy, this collection has got you covered. There are 3 volumes covering 365 hotspots and hideaways including 14 new cities that have never been published in the 36 Hours book series. There are over 1,000 photos and illustrations, with recommendations to over 1,500 restaurants and 1,000 hotels, complete with easy-to-reference indexes and detailed maps, ensuring you never get lost along the way. [Purchase]

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