Nat Geo Traveler New York City

Nat Geo Traveler New York City

The latest edition of this popular guidebook on the Big Apple features new and updated visitor attractions, museums, hotels, restaurants, and clubs for one of the world's most exciting destinations. Travel information tips for Manhattan and the boroughs are all newly revised, and new in this latest edition is information including features on night and day in NYC, NYC rooms with a view, sports in New York, the NYC marathon, and a gourmet's guide to food in Manhattan. The book outlines detailed various walks in Manhattan and Brooklyn, including a Greenwich Village walk in Bob Dylan's footsteps, complete with maps and reservation information. Also included are features on New York Theater, the High Line, and the Harlem Renaissance, along with great activities to make you feel like a native New Yorker, such catching the solar spectacle known to locals as Manhattanhenge. There is also a section on visiting Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial, a list of best books to read while in New York, and a playlist of great songs featuring the city that never sleeps: the perfect soundtrack for your visit.
  • National Geographic | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781426218415 | 
  • January 2019
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The newly updated and revised National Geographic Traveler: New York gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to this incredibly varied and vibrant city. Illustrated with 120 vivid photographs and 21 detailed, full-color maps, the guide includes a detailed introduction to New York's history and culture and in-depth explorations of each of the city's neighborhoods. Additional features include Insider Tips from National Geographic and local experts to favorite or little known sites and...

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Michael S. Durham

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, particularly the Mid-Atlantic volume of the Smithsonian Guides to Historic America. 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. From experience he knows that New York City is not only a fine place to visit but a great place to live as well. 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 at Random House, Workman, Simon & Schuster, and others, she has performed as a singer-songwriter, sold her jewelry design creations, and done freelance editorial and illustration work. She is a competitive runner and recently completed her first half-marathon in Central Park. MATT HANNAFIN is a freelance writer, editor, and musician based physically in Portland, Oregon, and spiritually in his hometown of New York. Author of Frommer's Day by Day Vancouver & Whistler, coauthor of Frommer's Cruises & Ports of Call, and a daily blogger at, he's written on topics ranging from speed traps and genealogical travel to minimalist art and the 2008-2009 world financial crisis. His clients have included congressional candidates, global consulting firms, and UN agencies as well as the usual newspapers, magazines, and websites. JUSTIN KAVANAGH has had a long career as a writer and editor, starting in his native Dublin, Ireland, and has worked in cities such as London, Washington D.C., and of course, New York. Since he first ventured warily down the 42nd Street of "smoke, coke, and switchblades" in 1985, he has constantly returned to the Big Apple, often to write on its districts and denizens for a variety of sports publications, and in his role as National Geographic International Editions editor.