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ePub Wallpaper* City Guide Barcelona 2010 (Wallpaper* City Guides) download
Author:
Editors of Wallpaper Magazine
ISBN13:
978-0714856513
ISBN:
0714856517
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Publisher:
Phaidon Press; 2010 ed. edition (March 31, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Europe
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1839 kb
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1942 kb
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4.9
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378

The guides are compiled by Wallpaper magazine experts and their extraordinary network of international . The first Wallpaper City Guides were published in Fall 2006 on the occasion of Wallpaper ?s first anniversary.

The guides are compiled by Wallpaper magazine experts and their extraordinary network of international correspondents. The writers have put their heads together to come up with fascinating, efficient guides for the hip, urban traveler with his or her finger on the pulse. They are truly the insider?s guide to each featured city. For more than a decade, Wallpaper has been the first to uncover and enticingly present the best urban travel spots from across the globe.

Wallpaper City Guides. With more than two million copies sold worldwide, covering more than 100 destinations, Wallpaper City Guides provide the savvy traveller with a need-to-know checklist of the best a location has to offer, whether you are staying for five days or 48 hours

Wallpaper City Guides. With more than two million copies sold worldwide, covering more than 100 destinations, Wallpaper City Guides provide the savvy traveller with a need-to-know checklist of the best a location has to offer, whether you are staying for five days or 48 hours. New and updated titles are published each year, as well as box sets themed for art fairs, business, beaches and fashion.

Wallpaper, stylized Wallpaper, is a TI Media publication focusing on design and architecture, fashion, travel, art, and lifestyle. The magazine was launched in London in 1996 by Canadian journalist Tyler Brûlé and Austrian journalist Alexander Geringer. Brûlé sold the magazine to Time Warner in 1997. In 2003 Langmead appointed Tony Chambers as Creative Director.

Wallpaper City Guide Barcelona. The fast-track guide for the smart traveller. Hotels - Where to stay and which rooms to book. Landmarks - The shape of the city skyline. 24 Hours - See the best of the city in just one day. Urban Life - Cafés, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Insider's Guide - Local knowledge from within the scene. Art and Design - Galleries, studios and public spaces.

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Series: Wallpaper City Guides. Paperback: 128 pages. Publisher: Phaidon Press (August 11, 2010).

Wallpaper* City Guides not only suggest where to stay, what to eat, and what to drink, but what the tourist passionate about design might want to see, whether he or she has a week or just 24 hours in the city. Some of the highlights include up-and-coming neighborhoods, an `Architour? of landmark buildings, design centers, and the best shops to buy unique items.Wallpaper* City Guides present travelers with a fast-track ticket to the chosen location. The tightly-edited guides offer the best, most exciting, and the most beautiful of the featured city. The guides are expertly designed with function as a priority, and they have tabbed sections so that readers can find information easily. The guides include currency rate information, maps, and a color-coding system to help the reader navigate through different parts of the city. They are the ultimate combination of form and function.The guides are compiled by Wallpaper* magazine experts and their extraordinary network of international correspondents. The writers have put their heads together to come up with fascinating, efficient guides for the hip, urban traveler with his or her finger on the pulse. They are truly the insider?s guide to each featured city.The first Wallpaper* City Guides were published in Fall 2006 on the occasion of Wallpaper*?s first anniversary. For more than a decade, Wallpaper* has been the first to uncover and enticingly present the best urban travel spots from across the globe. The City Guides are the perfect way to present a decade of experience in one precisely edited guide. As of early 2010, there are 80 city guides available, with seven more on the way by the end of the year.
  • Wallpaper city guides aren't quite like your average guide--they focus on the architecture, art, and design of the city. I particularly liked this little Bogota guide, as much of the information available for Colombia was quite underwhelming. This guide gave a great visual picture of the city, and gave me some great ideas for which neighborhoods to visit and which sites to seek out once I arrived. Another plus, it's very small, and while it has limited information, it's also extremely easy to carry around with you while touring the city.

  • I knew this wasn't going to be a standard guidebook. But the information it provides is so unsubstantial, so utterly useless, that I can't see it being helpful to anyone. There are only a couple examples in each section (shopping, restaurants) and they cater to very wealthy travelers. This guide managed also to make a number of sensationalistic claims about Colombia, with references to the former kidnap capital, the former murder capital (Medellin).

  • Seriously, these are not for everyone. If you love fabulous design and that is an important part of why you travel, Wallpaper Guides are the best!

  • Best pocket guides available, because they are the smallest, and actually fit in an actual pocket - imagine that. Have a map in back you can mark up, several blank pages to write your itinerary in. More "contemporary" than most guides, many average tourists won't like. Younger people may. We did.

  • Mostly pictures - not much travel information - a rather strange format for what purports to be a guide

  • I love all the Wallpaper* City Guides. They are so easy to travel with, doesn't take too much space in your bag and it's filled with wonderful architectural, design and cool tips of where to go and what to do while traveling to that city, this case, Washington DC.

    Totally recommend all of the Wallpaper* City Guides if you are into Design in general.

  • not a travel guide at all,but it has beautiful pics,and interesting points of the city.The pics alone are worth the price.LOve this series,planning to buy several other city guides.

  • I collect the books. As a Guide it is mediocre.