Proclaimed by many (mainly New Yorkers) to be the greatest city ever to stand on the face of the Earth, New York City is just like you see it on the movies: Skyscrapers, yellow cabs, outdated looking subway system and frantically busy people running around, all trapped into this strangely alluring metropolis which cultural vibe is always (really, always) changing, and doing it faster than a model’s clothes at Fashion Week.
To keep up with what means traveling this city that appears to have a life of its own, here are the best travel books about New York City.
#1 New York Art Deco: A Guide to Gotham’s Jazz Age Architecture
An award-winning guidebook (2017-2018 “New York City Book Award” from the New York Society Library), by an award-winning guide (2017 “Guiding Spirit Award” from the Guides Association of New York City), written by the Vice-President of the Art Deco Society of New York.
#2 New York Christmas: Recipes and stories
New York Christmas captures the dream of strolling down a snowy 5th Avenue, ice-skating around the iconic Christmas tree outside the Rockefeller Center, and capping it off by enjoying a delicious slice of pumpkin pie at an inviting cafe.
This book features 50 recipes that contain that spirit, including Blueberry Brownies, Maple Glazed Ham, and an unforgettable cheesecake, as well as a host of lovely Christmas stories from the Big Apple to enjoy over apple cider.
#3 Colors of the City, by Sarah A. Long
Colors of the City is a fun book about all the New York City Sights. The wonder of New York City shines on each page.
The recommendations of products and books within this article where sourced from industry experts. Their names and websites are listed below.
Lisa Nieschlag from Murdoch Books
Cassidy Colarik from Austin Macauley Publishers
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