A literary travel guide - Citimarks

“Saint-Tropez was a paradise. [...] Heat, languor, great thirst, long bicycle rides. [...] Girls were sitting shirtless in convertible cars. There was intensity in the pleasure, as if we all knew this would be the last of beautiful summers.”

Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, The Swallow Press / Harcourt, Brace, 1967.

A literary city guide

Citimarks takes travelers on a journey to explore the soul of a city. With the help of travel notes and city stories published by famous writers, Citimarks opens a dialogue with the past to identify timeless trademarks: landscapes, customs and lifestyles which survived through the centuries and form the unique identity of a city. Contemporary creative talents –such as, writers, musicians, filmmakers, and chefs- draw their own city portraits and share their favorite 24-hour itineraries, beyond the reach of tourist maps.
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