Dreaming of Dakar? Pining for Paris? With so much of the world to see and so little time, the popular New York Times “36 Hours” column aims to inject adventure into every weekend. Since 2011, TASCHEN has transformed the column into illustrated books that recognise that a journey does not have to be long to be memorable. Now, following on from the curated regional collections, “36 Hours” is offering the ultimate travel trio for those yearning to see it all.
The World is Waiting
he “36 Hours” column made its first appearance on the pages of The New York Times in 2002, as a source of travel tips and itineraries for those wanting to get away. The latest addition to the growing shelf of “36 Hours” books published by The Times and TASCHEN, brings together 365 of the best of the “36 Hours” columns, updated and renewed. Organised from A to Z, the handsomely packaged boxed set offers three volumes of the very best of “36 Hours” from around the world, with a total of 365 destinations, including brand new locations in Africa and the Middle East. A keycard provides instant and unlimited access to the digital edition of each
destination, so readers can plan at leisure with the beautiful, inspiring box set, and continue to access all top tips and recommendations remotely. The valuable information covers everything that is needed to see a town, city or place in the best and most time efficient way. From a business trip in Abu Dhabi to weekend excursion in remote Mongolia, “36 Hours” captures the spirit of the destination, offering travellers treasured advice on where to venture, what to look for, where to stay and what to eat. The itineraries within the pages of the books take travellers to great world capitals like New York, London, and Beijing; into tiny countries with
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