The Rough Guide to New York is the definitive guide to the cultural capital of the USA, taking you from the historic Financial District to the landmark architecture of Midtown and from peaceful Central Park to the furthest reaches of the Bronx. It's packed with detailed, lively reviews of accommodation and restaurants to suit all budgets, plus the practical information you'll need to make the best of your break. Get under the skin of this dynamic, vibrant city with the 'things not to miss', essentials on how to get around, and quirkier sections like the recommended New York books and films. With comprehensive research, stunning photographs and dozens of clear, accurate maps The Rough Guide to New York is your essential companion. Make the most of your trip with The Rough Guide to New York.
A serious book for those who really want to get under the skin of the city, it's well written and unflaggingly sparky * The Mail on Sunday *
is cofounder of the Rough Guides and the author of Rough Guide to Rome
, Rough Guide to New York
, and Rough Guide Directions Rome
. Dunford is also coauthor of the Rough Guides to Belgium and Luxembourg, Brussels, the Netherlands, Italy, and Amsterdam.
Stephen Keeling grew up in England and graduated from the University of Oxford in 1992 with a degree in history, then secured a job with The Baltic Observer in Riga, Latvia, as an assistant business editor. In 2007 he wrote the first Rough Guide to Puerto Rico and contributed to Make the Most of Your Time on Earth. Since then, Keeling has updated the Rough Guides to Canada, the Caribbean, Florida, Mexico, New England, New York, Spain, and the United States. He also writes for The Independent, Budget Travel, and other publications.
Andrew Rosenberg is a freelance copy editor and sometimes writer. He lives with his wife, Melanie, his son, Jules, and their cats, Caesar and Louise. He has worked for ESPN the Magazine and was the coauthor of The Rough Guide to New York City. Rosenberg studied English at the University of Virginia.