Our guide Gogo London exists in 2 handy formats:
>>The iPhone App ((3.99$ US / 3.59€ / 2.49£))
>>The Print Guide (13.90€) is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at selected international stockists.
Since its release in 2010, Gogo Paris has forged a reputation as the definitive Generation Y guide. The companion guide Gogo London crosses the Channel to bring the same tight editing, in-the-know selection, edgy attitude and unique up-to-dateness to mapping the UK capital. Just like Paris, it’s written by a local team, and has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighborhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet.
The guide features:
>A mini guide to the Olympics.
>A 100 percent up-to-date selection of the happening shops, bars, restaurants, clubs, hotels, galleries and museums of the capital.
>A new selection of must-see events for that period: exhibitions, gigs, club nights, festivals.
> ‘Hangouts’ from our in-the-know London friends:
London (Shoreditch) PR guru Mandi Lennard (Barbie, Bistrotheque, LOVE Magazine and M.A.C Cosmetics…); artist, musician and journalist Dale Berning; arts writer and curator Francesca Gavin; founding directors of the boutique communications agency TwoTone, Emily Yeoh & Shakira Fullwood-Gayle; Orlando, the producer and performer behind the band Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.
>A selection of the best hotels and other accommodation, from budget to 5-star luxury
>A section dedicated to getting around: transport to and from and within London.
>A directory to everything from doctors and dentists, opening hours, to dry cleaners, tattoo parlours, beauticians and babysitters.
>Two useful indexes (alphabetical, by ‘tag’)
>Our unique ‘tagging’ system makes finding what you’re looking for super easy: for example ‘budget’, ‘open late’, ‘vegetarian’, ‘vintage’, or ‘wi-fi’…
>Space for your own notes.
What the Press are saying about the Gogo Guide to Paris:
“Our favourite guide!”
“Gogo presents the best spots for fashion, gastronomy and culture in the capital.”
Elle Magazine, Paris
“Gogo Guide shows you the hot stores and whatnot of Paris. We like!”
“A must-have for any curious and cultured traveller…“
Metropolitan Magazine (Eurostar)
“A precise and clever selection of all the places not to miss, whether chic, cool, hype or against the grain.”
WAD Magazine, Paris