National Geographic Traveler: New York, 5th Edition (Paperback)

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The National Geographic Traveler guidebooks are in tune with the growing trend toward experiential travel. Each book provides inspiring photography, insider tips, and expert advice for a more authentic, enriching experience of the destination. These books serve a readership of active, discerning travelers, and supply information, historical context, and cultural interpretation not available on the Internet.

New York is the most varied and lively city in the world. This guide explores the transformation of Manhattan into an innovative district with ecologically sustainable buildings; ventures into the soul food restaurants of Harlem where celebrities from the worlds of music and entertainment dine; investigates the trendy Tribeca district, known for its refurbished industrial buildings, now residential lofts; admires the bohemian-chic style of Chelsea; and visits magnificent museums from the Metropolitan to MOMA, Guggenheim, and the Natural History Museum. Itineraries on foot, with maps and descriptions of the sites and sights: through the cast-iron buildings of SoHo in Greenwich Village, through the parks of the Upper West Side and Brooklyn Heights. Excursions along unusual itineraries, to discover West Point, the historical residence of the Hudson River Valley, and the vineyards of Long Island. The suggestions come from expert connoisseurs of New York and include destinations you absolutely must visit.

About the Author

MICHAEL S. DURHAM, born and raised in New York City, now lives far from those streets in rural upstate New York. His continuing interest in the city is reflected in his writings and he has been an editor at the American Heritage Publishing Company and a correspondent, writer, and editor for Life magazine in both Paris and New York City.

PATRICIA SHAW has spent twenty-plus years wandering New York City and is still charmed and energized by it. In addition to a career as a senior production editor, she has performed as a singer-songwriter, sold her jewelry design creations, and recently completed her first half-marathon in Central Park.

MATT HANNAFIN is a freelance writer, editor, and musician based in Portland, Oregon. Author of several books, he's written on topics ranging from speed traps and genealogical travel to minimalist art and the world financial crisis.
Product Details
ISBN: 9788854416796
ISBN-10: 8854416797
Publisher: National Geographic
Publication Date: March 2nd, 2021
Pages: 272
Language: English
Series: National Geographic Traveler