Getting off the backroads less traveled this week, we’re once again spotlighting some of the world’s favorite cities.
From Tokyo to Copenhagen, discover eight cosmopolitan cities with wallet-draining tendencies in 8 Cities that Burn Through Your Money.
Looking for the best vegetarian fare? Voralak Suwanvanichkij introduces us to 11 of the World’s Most Vegetarian-Friendly Cities. In How to Move to Paris with No Money, Tom Dibblee outlines 5 tips to help you relocate to the city of lights sans dough.
If you can’t hop the next flight out to Singapore or Moscow quite yet, why not pick up a coffeetable book to visually transport you there?
Fly through Singapore, home to some of the tallest skyscrapers in Asia, with professional photographer Guido Alberto Rossi – well known for his intriguing aerial shots and perspectives.
Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Golden Ring
Journey through Russia’s panoramic main cities – Moscow and St. Petersburg – via 200 vivid color photographs.
Paris Then and Now (Then & Now)
This book covers the City of Lights from two photographic angles: contrasting old photographs of key locations and scenes with more recent color photographs of the same scenes.
The Beauty of Seoul
Compiled by Korean photographer Jai-Sik Suh, this coffeetable spread brings various aspects of Seoul – its culture, people, and architecture – right to your living room in a stunning array of photographs.