Wallpaper* City Guide Madrid
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Your passport to global style, Wallpaper* City Guides present an insider's checklist of all you need to know about the world's most intoxicating cities. Under slick Pantone covers, these pocket-sized travel bibles unearth the hippest nightlife, the buzziest hotels, the coolest retail, the most influential art galleries and cultural spaces, the best in local design and the contemporary architecture that defines a city.
Perfectly sized for travel, discreet and easy to use, so you don't feel like a tourist, these books are ideal for either extended breaks or business trips. They are rigorously researched, and curated by an extensive network of experts, from in-house editors to in-the-know local correspondents. The series now covers more than 100 dynamic destinations.
- Focus on architecture, design, luxury and style
- 55 stunning original colour photographs
- A unique barometer of the contemporary scene
- Eight main chapters with 11,000 words of insight
- A map colour-coded by the hippest neighbourhoods
- Format: Paperback
- Size: 160 × 108 mm (6 1/4 × 4 1/4 in)
- Pages: 128 pp
- Illustrations: 70 illustrations
- ISBN: 9780714876511
Wallpaper* City Guides are compiled by the magazine's travel experts, both by in-house editors, and correspondents who actually live in the highlighted cities, providing up-to-the-minute information.
Praise for the Wallpaper* City Guides:
"Like asking an unnervingly handsome, impossibly intelligent local where they hang out."—Mr Hyde (Shortlist)
"For fashionistas, hipsters, architects and anyone who wouldn't be caught dead where the tourists go."—Alicia Miller, Sunday Times Travel
"Sophisticated."—The New York Times
"Attractive and well-researched."—USA Today
"Packed with insider info on the world's coolest hotels, restaurants and attractions."—Vogue
"This pocket-sized guide doesn't sacrifice substance for style."—The Independent
"For discerning jet-setters... The small but perfectly formed guides have become iconic."—1843 (The Economist lifestyle magazine)