Photo Courtesy of Louis VuittonWe all know luxury brand Louis Vuitton for their signature bags and unmistakable LV logo. To own one of their staple suitcases or trunks is to proudly tell the world that you are no novice when it comes to traveling – but sometimes (regardless of the suitcase) that is simply not the case. There are certain locations the polished traveler may want to avoid during their vacation and other locations that it would simply be a shame to miss. Fret not sleek jet-setter, as Louis Vuitton has done it yet again, and created their own set of 2013 City Guides, perfect for the very classiest of vacationer.
Since 1998 Louis Vuitton has been releasing its City Guides and redefining luxury travel. Their team of dedicated and street-smart writers and journalists travel to cities across the globe, uncovering the best of fashion, architecture, the arts and food; truly discovering the soul of each city.
This year Louis Vuitton is offering an insider’s guide to luxury locations in 40 of the world’s most beautiful cities. With each city guide, you are presented with a combination of well-known - as well as lesser-known - boutiques, gourmet restaurants, street markets, art galleries, museums and luxury hotels, making these portable paperback guides the perfect travel companion.
For the 2013 guides, the people at Louis Vuitton decided to add a few more swanky cities to their list, including the beautiful San Francisco. This guide will help travelers navigate this ever-changing Bay Area city, presenting hip hotels, fun bars and clubs, art galleries, bookstores and tasty restaurants that accurately showcase San Francisco’s true personality.
Each guide also comes with easy-to-use maps, making reaching your destination as convenient and straightforward as possible. For every city, Louis Vuitton has also launched short films adapted from its City Guides, allowing you to virtually discover a few of the unique locations listed in their guide.