Wallpaper* City Guides present a tightly edited, discreetly packaged list of the best a location has to offer the design conscious traveller. Here is a precise, informative, insider's checklist of all you need to know about the world's most intoxicating cities. Whether you are staying for 48 hours or five days, visiting for business or a vacation, we've done the hard work for you, from finding the best restaurants, bars and hotels (including which rooms to request) to the most extraordinary stores and sites, and the most enticing architecture and design. Wallpaper* City Guides enable you to come away from your trip, however brief, with a real taste of the city's landscape and the satisfaction you've seen all that you should. In short, these guides act as a passport to the best the world has to offer.
'What's cool about Phaidon Press' Wallpaper City Guides is that they're small enough to fit in a purse or backpack, and colorful enough to find amidst all the other stuff crammed in there. What's even cooler is that they cut through all the regular travel-brochurese and focus on the edgiest nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, gyms, spas and stores.' Sky-Delta Airlines 'Ultra-stylish.' Time Magazine 'Attractive and well-researched.' USA Today 'No ordinary range of city guides - for the business traveller who wants to break free from their hotel - For anyone who relishes an alternative view of life' Royal Wings 'Don't just paint the town, Wallpaper it.' Cara (Aer Lingus in-flight magazine), September 2006 'While the pocket-sized guides will look very slick lined up on a shelf, they're made for travelling.' Easyjet 'Concise, informative manuals from people who've actually been there. They're refreshingly devoid of details on the nearest backpacker's hostel, too. And they look very pretty.' Esquire 'Sophisticated but simple.' The New York Times 'Sparkling images and convenient format' Frame 'Small, stylish and beautifully illustrated, the Wallpaper* City Guides make everything else look old hat. ... The photographs and maps are superb.' The Sydney Magazine 'For a different way to see a city, they're damn near indispensable.' Gay Times