Bon Voyage with 36 HoursWords by Taylor Wilson
Photos courtesy of The New York Times
When planning your destination wedding, it is essential to get the most of your money and enjoy everything your location has to offer. Whether you are jet setting to a magical country in Europe or even keeping it stateside in a city that’s new to you, the New York Times has compiled a variety of books that will ignite your desire to explore these magical places the world has to offer.
The 36 Hours collection is a group of books dedicated to various regions of the world with itineraries designed to make the most of your time. Venturing off to a new location with so much to offer can be overwhelming. These uniquely designed itineraries provide something for everyone from the touristy sightseers searching for well known landmarks to the more adventurous travelers looking for unexpected wonders.
These carefully researched books include over 2,000 hours of insightful itineraries, over 60 destinations from major cities to the lesser-known gems, practicle and delightful recommendations for over 250 restaurants and 200 hotels, color-coded tabs and ribbons to bookmark your favorite picks, stunning photos and so much more. Each book also has a compilation of detailed city-by-city maps to help you navigate your way.
For more information or to view the entire collection of books, visit taschen.com.
36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe
36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada
36 Hours: USA & Canada: Northeast
36 Hours: USA & Canada: Southeast
36 Hours: USA & Canada: Midwest & Great Lakes
36 Hours: USA & Canada: Southwest & Rocky Mountains
36 Hours: Asia & Oceania
36 Hours: Latin America & Caribbean
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