“The it-guide to what’s hot now in Paris”
>Spring/ Summer 2014 Edition
The guide exists in 3 formats:
>>The iPhone App (3.99$ US / 3.59€ / 2.49£), *compatible 3.5 & 4 inch retina displays
>>The Print Guide (13.90€), available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and and via our exclusive network of shops.
>>The enriched PDF (9€), downloadable from our e-shop on gogocityguides.com/shop/ , the perfect option for tablets, readers and Android users.
This is the essential edit of the 550+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in Paris this spring & summer.
Written by a Paris-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighborhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet.
Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so is at least a season ahead of the rest.
With Gogo Paris, you’ll be as in-the-know as any Parisian about what’s happening around town now.
For the first time, an enriched PDF version of the guides is available for download from gogocityguides.com/shop; the perfect option for tablets, readers and Android users!
What the press are saying:
“Our favourite guide!”
“Arty, quirky and sharp.”
“For those who like to stay in the know and off the beaten path.”
“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.”
WAD Magazine, Paris
The guide features:
>A chapter analysing news & trends of the season.
>New ‘hangouts’ from our in-the-know Parisian friends and personalities: the Paris based artist Artus de Lavilléon; Laetitia Ivanez from Prairies de Paris; image director at Hermès Homme, Sophie Toporkoff; Vahram Muratyan, author of the best-selling Paris versus New York; Maxime Souverain, digital PR manager at YSL; founders of new yoga “shala” Mysore Yoga Paris, Kia & Magnus Naddermier; and Bruno Mayrargue, the manager of the arts bookshop Librarie Yvon Lambert.
>A new bunch of must-see events for this period: exhibitions, gigs, club nights, festivals…
>A selection of the best hotels and other accommodation, from budget to 5-star luxury
> ‘To Listen To’, a selection of recently released CDs from French bands, to get you in the mood.
>A section dedicated to getting around: transport to and from and within Paris.
>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.
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