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  • Art and Fiesta in Mexico City

    $24.99
    In 2016 The New York Times listed Mexico City as the number one place to go in the world. With nearly 40 millions tourists visiting the country in 2017, tourism to Mexico is booming. And despite past safety concerns, the country’s capital has undergone something of a cultural renaissance and is now both an enchanting and world-class travel destination. Learn More
  • Wanderlust in Berlin

    $24.99
    According to the locals, Berlin is a city that never is but is always becoming. Indeed, with its heady elixir of history, culture and indulgence, the German capital is constantly reinventing itself, making it a curious destination for travelers over the centuries. Wanderlust in Berlin unlocks this enthralling city, taking you to the very best places in its patchwork of uniquely independent boroughs. Learn More
  • London Pocket Precincts

    $14.99
    London is one of the world’s grandest cities, rivalling Paris and Rome for iconic buildings and stately architecture, and New York for world-class creativity, ideas and culture. It’s a city where the Royal family is still idealised and romanticised to fairytale proportions; where countless movies and TV serials are filmed; and where celebrities—from movie stars and singers to authors and chefs—flock to live. It's a multicultural melting pot with residents from around the globe speaking more than 300 languages, but it also retains those very loveable English traditions where tea-drinking clichés and Hugh Grant stereotypes still bring a smile. London Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city’s best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. Slip this guide into your pocket and head off on an adventure, experiencing the hippest places in London and surrounds like a local. Learn More
  • Paris Pocket Precincts

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    The world’s most visited city, Paris is a place of fable and fantasy, of elegant boulevards and masterpiece-packed museums, of history and high culture. It’s also a vibrant, fascinatingly real city, exploding with youthful energy and fresh ideas. Join Parisians as they go about their daily life, sharing an apéro at canal-side wine bars, discovering local artisan shops selling everything from perfume to porcelain, lingerie to luggage and dancing in hidden basement clubs to up-and-coming DJs. Paris Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city’s best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. As well as detailed reviews and maps for major attractions through to hidden gems, this guide includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further afield to Versailles, Champagne and Lyon. Learn More
  • San Francisco Pocket Precincts

    $14.99
    San Francisco is a city that needs little introduction. Author Sam Trezise points you in the right direction around the Golden City, paying equal homage to the iconic places and current trends that make this city so progressive. Discover the heart of the downtown area with its stalwart diners and dive bars, take a cable car across the city's undulating streets, or let the effects of Silicon Valley and tech giants like Google sink in while you shop in some of the best high-end designer shops and vintage stores to be found anywhere in the US. San Francisco Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city’s best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. This guide includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further afield to the outer Bay Areas, the Napa Valley wine region and Yosemite National Park. Learn More
  • Singapore Pocket Precincts

    $14.99
    Singapore might be small in size, but it definitely packs in plenty of excitement, while also being firmly rooted in its traditions. Here, sleek skyscrapers sit aside heritage-protected temples, mosques and churches. You can shop to your heart’s content before recharging with a plate of Michelin-starred chicken rice in a hawker centre, and then satiate your cultural appetite with a spot of museum and gallery hopping. If museums aren’t your thing, go for a walk through the kitschy neon-lit ‘supertrees’ at Gardens by the Bay, or fawn over giant pandas at the Singapore Zoo. Singapore Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city’s best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. This guide also includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further to the islands of Pulau Ubin and Sentosa. Learn More
  • Slow Travel

    $40.00
    It can be challenging to travel at your own pace in the modern world without falling for the temptations of fast planes, cheap airlines, last-minute tickets, quick-fix travel apps and overzealous tour operators. To actually take a back seat and allow yourself time to embrace the ebb and flow of travel requires a more thoughtful and philosophical way of journeying. Slow Travel: A Movement is a beautifully designed and practical compendium of places, activities, tours and experiences that will inspire you to get on the road in your own time and on your own terms. This book explores slow travel as a physical or philosophical endeavor, taking readers off the beaten track and through nature, and unveils journeys that will nurture talent and ignite the inner-self. In this fast-paced world, it's worth adjusting your vacation time to a pace we can all strive to keep up with. Learn More
  • Paris for Food Lovers

    $19.99
    Discover the coolest places to eat in the City of Light from the best market stalls, the tastiest and cheapest oysters, restaurants in alleys, bars in the cellar, and places serving 'nouvelle nouvelle cuisine'. Author Elin Unnes is at the cutting edge of Paris's food scene, and says, 'The new French chefs are not necessarily French. They are French-Japanese-Nordic. And it doesn’t matter where they come from. The restaurants where they cook are often in the culturally unique eleventh arrondisement. They have odd chairs, classic Opinel knives that are licked clean between courses and a talented sommelier who pours new, fantastic natural wines in the same glass as the last. It’s an intoxicating fairytale world where a little bit of everything can happen.' Organised into chapters for different parts of Paris, this guide includes many great photos and interviews with local chefs. It covers all the places Hemingway didn’t drink at. Learn More
  • Rome for Food Lovers

    $19.99
    Discover the coolest places to eat in Rome from trattorias that have been in the same family for decades to restaurants, pizzerias, bars, cafes, gelatorias and delis. Author Peter Loewe also details the ongoing pizza wars in Rome, why Italians are not fatter and what might be hiding in a true Roman belly. Peter has also traveled far out into Rome’s periphery, to find the most characteristic places in which the traditions of Roman food and family recipes live on. Organised into chapters for different types of eateries and food stores, this guide includes many great photos and interviews with local chefs. Given the many tourist traps that have multiplied in central Rome, a guide to the city's restaurants is more important than ever. Learn More
  • Tokyo for Food Lovers

    $19.99
    Discover the coolest places to eat in Tokyo from smoky yakiniku eateries and steaming ramen restaurants, to cocktail bars the size of wardrobes and rowdy punkizaya joints with fantastic small plated dishes and spotlessly clean lavatories. Author Jonas Cramby says, 'Writing a restaurant guide to Tokyo seems close to an impossible task. Tokyo, as it happens, is not simply the best food city in the world, it is also the largest. The city is thought to contain more than 150,000 restaurants, which makes even the 10,000 catering establishments of New York by comparison seem like the regional center of a small and sleepy town. It has the best raw produce, the most brilliant chefs and the highest number of Michelin stars in the world. Tokyo is a city in which extreme care and concern for detail is not the sole preserve of fine dining – it exists everywhere. The city is packed with simple, fun, cheap and, above all, fabulously good eateries and this book is my highly personal guide to these places.' Organised into chapters for different types of food experiences, this guide includes many great photos and interviews with local chefs. It will help you to locate the finest kitchens and food stores on offer, decipher menus and rules of etiquette, and advise you on first-class dining close to wherever you are in the city. Learn More
  • Literary Paris

    $16.95
    An essential addition to the library of every booklover and Francophile, this unique love letter to Paris offers an immersive photographic stroll through its literary delights, from historic bookstores to hidden cafes. Learn More
  • Travel Anywhere (And Avoid Being a Tourist)

    $19.99
    As thrilling as travel can be, planning a great trip can be intimidating for those hoping for a rewarding and personalized journey. The travel editors at Fathom have spent years gathering a treasure trove of recommendations and stories from a network of interesting people who travel w Learn More
  • She Explores

    $24.95
    For every woman who has ever been called outdoorsy comes a collection of stories that inspires unforgettable adventure. Learn More
  • Collect Moments Not Things

    $16.95
    Celebrate wanderlust and wonder with this photographic travel journal. Learn More
  • Skedaddle

    $14.95
    This playful travel journal guides adventurers to maintain both a sense of discovery and a sense of humor by documenting all the weird and wonderful occurrences that make every trip unique. Learn More

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