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Florence Art & Culture, by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

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Whether you only have a couple of days to visit Florence’s museums, or want to spend a vacation seeking out every work by Donatello or every Medici villa, this is the app for you. It covers not only the tourist sights, but also the biographies of the artists, sculptors, architects and writers who changed the history of the western art.

First release: April 2017

Bologna + Modena Art & Culture, by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

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It’s an uncanny brown apparition on the misty Emilian plain, a city of a billion bricks and a thousand arcades, sheltering under a pair of tipsy, lofty medieval towers. Bologna may be the odd duck of Italian art cities, but no one can deny its geeky charisma.

First release: June 2016

Italian Food Decoder, by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

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Whether you’re a first time visitor to Italy or a hopelessly smitten foodie, this app will help you navigate the extraordinary world of Italian food—and make sure when you're in a restaurant, you get what you want.

First release: January 2016

Barcelona Art & Culture, by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

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Barcelona is where Europe goes to play. She’s a city that sparkles and fizzes, making the world watch just to see what she’ll do next. Plunge straight into her buzzing heart and discover just how Barcelona became Barcelona with this remarkably in-depth app by two old pros who have been writing about the city for decades.

First release: December 2015

Venice Art & Culture, by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

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This enhanced, greatly expanded and updated version of Facaros and Pauls’ Cadogan guide to Venice offers an in-depth exploration of history, art and culture for any who want more than factoids and sound bites.

First release: November 2015


Email Jackson Pauls at [email protected].