Forget the usual travel brochure crammed with busy and overpriced tourist attractions on every corner. Discover LOST iN, a guide that brings you a new city as seen through the eyes of its locals. In this issue, Zurich is uncovered through origanl minds like that of Kalabrese, a musician and man behind the city’s hottest club; Douglas Mandry, talented artist who puts an otherworldly spin on Alpine portraits and Thomas Meyer, author of a haunting short story.Travellers are taken on a journey lead by food insiders navigating between high-priced and home-style cooking, while a curator builds a dialogue between Switzerland and the States. “Get lost in the city of fine art and wild nature”. This wonderfully cultured publication enriches the experience for any traveller, in any country (check LOST iN’s previous issues) revealing the beautiful uniqueness of each city.
In the midst of this issue’s creation, creative locals were interviewed for recommendations on their hometowns—including luminaries from the worlds of music, art, design, fashion and architecture. A photographic showcase, fresh fiction and a feature story contribute to getting under the skin of the city—and capturing its true essence.
In just over two years, LOST iN has released guides for worldwide destinations including London, New York City, Berlin, Lisbon, Los Angeles and many more. Recently Copenhagen and Warsaw hit the shelves of the upmarket international stores. Accompanying the print publications is a mobile app that allows users to plan their trips on the go, with features such as taxi booking and contextual recommendations—all to improve the experiences the traveller has with the city they’re visiting.