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The Rough Guide to New York (Rough Guide New York City)

“The Rough Guide to New York” is the definitive guide to the cultural capital of the USA, taking you from the historic Financial District to the landmark architecture of Midtown and from peaceful Central Park to the furthest reaches of the Bronx. It’s packed with detailed, lively reviews of accommodation and restaurants to suit all budgets, plus the practical information you’ll need to make the best of your break. Get under the skin of this dynamic, vibrant city with the ‘things not to miss’, essentials on how to get around, and quirkier sections like the recommended New York books and films. With comprehensive research, stunning photographs and dozens of clear, accurate maps “The Rough Guide to New York” is your essential companion. Make the most of your trip with “The Rough Guide to New York”.

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One Response to The Rough Guide to New York (Rough Guide New York City)

  1. Marc G. Belisle "Allswell2001" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exceptionally Good Guide, June 17, 2011
    Marc G. Belisle “Allswell2001″ (Reno, NV) –

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    This review is from: The Rough Guide to New York (Rough Guide New York City) (Paperback)

    Absolutely brilliant. *Very* thorough. Far and away the best guide for New York City that I’ve come across (Let’s Go is pretty good; but so far Lonely Planet looks rather diappointing [although their overseas guides can be truly excellent]. You might also look for a used copy of Cheap Bastard’s Guide to New York City – *quite* helpful).

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