Explore the French capital with CITIx60 Paris
Featuring an abundance of things to do, people to see and places to go across more than 100 perfectly designed pages, the latest travel guide from Viction:ary - CITIx60: Paris - is the perfect companion for a visit to the French capital.
Whether you’re in town for just 24hrs or a long weekend, this handy illustrated guide to Paris promises to be a useful tool to travel with from start to finish, including an all-important pre-flight checklist, a handful of quick history lessons, and essential map points revealing popular hangouts and must-sees – hand-picked by 60 rising stars of the Parisian creative scene.
Amongst those sharing their top tips and hidden gems is graphic designer Studio Plastac, food designer Julie Rothhahn, and illustrator Iris de Mouy – with an array of their favourite hangouts and must-see monuments included in handy hit lists that cover everything from architecture, art spaces and entertainment to shops, markets and the very best places to sample local cuisine.
The book also features intermittent entries that shed light on the long history of the city’s landscape and attractive architecture – and I particularly enjoyed learning more about the evolution of Paris with this bite-sized format.
Curated and edited by visual art specialist publishers, viction:ary, CITIx60: Paris is part of a series of alternative travel guides that are not just informative, but reflect a unique artistic edge in its layout and design, as well as with a city map jacket drawn by Scottish-born illustrator and designer Allan Deas.
Aspiring, new and seasoned travellers alike can get their hands on similar guides for five more of the world’s most popular cities, titled CITIx60 Barcelona, CITIx60 Berlin, CITIx60 London, CITIx60 New York and CITIx60 Tokyo respectively.
CITIx60 explores what acclaimed creatives consider essential to see, taste, read and take home from your trip to Paris.
CITIX60 – Paris published by Victonary, is available to buy on Amazon, Waterstones and other leading online retailers, priced £8.99.