Not for Tourists Guide to Philadelphia [With Fold-Out Map]

Not for Tourists Guide to Philadelphia [With Fold-Out Map]

by Not For Tourists

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Not for Tourists Guide to Philadelphia [With Fold-Out Map] by Not For Tourists

The Not For Tourists Guide to Philadelphia is a handy-dandy guide to the city made just for you. This little black book divides Philly into 27 neighborhoods, with each map marked by NFT's user-friendly icons locating the essentials of life. NFT covers everything from restaurants, museums, landmarks, bars, post offices, and schools to information on kid-friendly activities, dog runs, airports, public transportation options, and where to get the best cheesesteak in town. The guide offers sections on Downtown, South, West, North East, and North West Philadelphia, as well as details on the city's Parks & Places, Colleges & Universities, Sports, Transit, General Information, and Arts & Entertainment. It's the greatest thing to happen to Philly since cream cheese.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979533921
Publisher: Not For Tourists, Inc.
Publication date: 02/15/2010
Series: Not for Tourists Series
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 5.70(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Not For Tourists is the ultimate guide for the savvy city-dweller. Our philosophy is simple: Whether you've lived in your neighborhood for 55 years or 55 minutes, NFT will help you navigate and explore the city like a local. Written and designed by in-the-know city slickers themselves, NFT is mobile-oriented, cartographically-inclined, and to-the-point. For over a decade, our cabal of mapmakers, writers, editors, graphic designers, and urban adventurers have scoured the streets, read the writings, and lived the credos of practical, esoteric city travel. Within the matte black covers of our guides, discover secret city spots you never knew existed-from dive bars and extravagant restaurants to local hardware stores and abandoned buildings (we don't judge).

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