Bonsoir Paris: Bonjour City Map-guides by Marin MontagutBonsoir Paris: Bonjour City Map-guides by Marin Montagut

Bonsoir Paris: Bonjour City Map-guides

byMarin Montagut

Other | February 2, 2016

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As portable as a map but as informative as a guide, this hybrid map-guide from dandy globe-trotter Marin Montagut offers curated recommendations for a genuinely local experience. The pocket-sized Bonjour map-guides—made of water-resistant, tear-proof paper—feature rare and soulful places that exude an enviable je ne sais quoi. Start the evening with an aperitif at a wine bar inside a bookstore, get a haircut under the full moon, and find a cocktail bar hidden behind an unremarkable door at the back of a restaurant. Rub shoulders with the Parisian elite, taste the city’s best pot-au-feu after lighting up the dance floor at the capital’s last exclusive club, and watch the sun come up from a hidden mansion in Montmartre.This unique and charming guide from a Parisian arbiter of taste is the best way to experience the City of Lights after dark.
Marin Montagut—interior and set designer, film director, producer, and illustrator—studied at Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London and is passionate about art and travel.
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Title:Bonsoir Paris: Bonjour City Map-guidesFormat:OtherDimensions:2 pages, 5.5 × 3.96 × 0.24 inPublished:February 2, 2016Publisher:RizzoliLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:2080202405

ISBN - 13:9782080202406

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"I’d never found a travel guide that strikes just the right balance between tourist and insider — until I threw Marin Montagut’s “Bonjour Paris” and “Bonsoir Paris” into my carry-on at the last minute before taking a trip there last month. They’re folding, pocket-size compendiums of all of the multimedia artist’s favorite places, organized by neighborhood and pared down to just the most pleasing spots you probably wouldn’t discover otherwise."—The New York Times T Magazine