‘Lost In’ Travel Guides:
38 Hours In…
LOST IN work closely with local bloggers, journalists and photographers from the featured cities. The interviews, in-depth stories and photographic showcase present the city from a locals perspective. Throughout the 70 pages, the alternative guides allow you to discover interesting locations such as a hidden vineyard in Paris, or contemporary art in a WWII bunker in Berlin.
LOST IN is about the value and worth of the experience. It is about the smell, taste, feel, sound and sight that such experiences conjure up. This guide will serve to hone sensitivities and improve the level of engagement with this emerging city.
Issue no.1 – Berlin
Art in a WWII bunker, fashion in a hidden warehouse, nouvelle Deutsch cuisine on the canal, biking on a historic airstrip, cocktails beneath a giant rocket…Get lost in the city of endless reinvention
Issue no.2 – Paris
A hidden vineyard in Montmartre, an African bar along the Canal, new french cuisine on the Rive Droite, breathtaking views from a rooftop bar in Ménilmonant… Discover the Parisian “renouveau”.
Issue no.3 – Amsterdam
Artist studios in churches, a hidden bar in a burger joint, hippie beaches in the centre, a restaurant in a greenhouse, thrilling views from the old docks… Discover Amsterdam beyond canals and coffeeshops.
Issue no.4 – London
A Michelin starred pub, a super-secret bar, a book club with a massive sound system. A quiet green hill to behold the city’s skyline and a nighttime restaurant above the clouds… Discover an evolving London.
Issue no.5 – Vienna
A secret café with an impressive vinyl collection, a disco ball pizza oven, a cemetery for the nameless, a restaurant in an old Apothem and Europe’s finest tap water… discover Vienna from Schubert to Falco.
Issue no.6 – Milan
A flamingo garden, slow food markets, a secret bar, traditional trattorias, hidden masterpieces of Italian design… Discover the ever changing city of Milan.
Issue no.7 – Barcelona
Tapas with a modern twist, utopian housing projects, thrilling views from a diving board, art spaces in abandoned factories, pristine beaches in the outskirts… Get lost in the city of warm weather and warmer people.
Issue no.8 – New York
Tropical vibes in Queens, Michelin-starred Viking cuisine, ice-cold martinis in Kennedyʼs haunt, Brooklyn handcrafted jeans, beach life with The Boss, la dolce vita in the Bronx… Get lost in the original metropolis.
Issue no.9 – Frankfurt
Fine dining in a kiosk, a graffitied cave under the autobahn, a modernist housing project, a secret speakeasy, an unbuilt tower by Mies van der Rohe… Get lost in the contrasts and creativity of Frankfurt.
Issue no.10 – Stockholm
An artistic island, Nordic cuisine with a Korean twist, a hidden bar, city centre beaches, clubbing in a concert hall, art in a communal laundry room… Get lost in the elegant waterways of Stockholm.
Issue no.11 – Los Angeles
Seafood and cocktails for Bond villains, a nightclub under a carpark, Mexican food at a family table, a cave graffitied by Jim Morrison, modernist villas on the lake, a secret speakeasy in Santa Monica… Get lost in the city that never stands still.
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