Where are the tastiest croissants in the 12th arrondissement? Which is the best restaurant in Montmartre? And where’s the prettiest street in the Marais?
All these questions – and 147 more – are answered in The Earful Tower’s brand new guide to Paris.
Yes, I’ve been collecting the tips from all the expert guests on the show, writing them down, and filing them into arrondissements. Then I’ve added a bunch of tips of my own and arranged it all into an arrondissement guide, 1 through to 20, with suggestions for the best places to see, eat, drink, walk and discover (and more).
And the guide features original sketches from the most talented illustrator in Paris, @parisianpostcards (see the Sacre Coeur below). So, what we’re left with is a beautiful, original, jam-packed 60-page booklet that you absolutely must have if you plan to see the best of Paris.
So how to get it?
You have four options.
1) The online PDF
If you want the online version, you can buy the guide as a PDF file that will be sent to your email address. The PDF version is handy because you can click the links, use the guide on your phone while on the go, and not have to worry about postage costs.
2) Or… get the PDF for FREE if you subscribe on Patreon
If you sign up as an Earful Tower member for US$10 a month – then you get this guide automatically on sign up. And there is plenty more bonus content that unlocks when you subscribe.
PS: If you’re already a Patreon supporter, check your inbox. You’ve already got it.3. Buy the hardcopy of the booklet
You get the printed and bound book, plus the PDF version so you have the option to use it on the go. I will make these on demand, so bear with me if you don’t receive it immediately. That’s what it looks like, below.
The book in a tote bag
If you really want to support the show, why not get the printed guide book in a brand new Lunchpack of Notre Dame tote bag? You also get the PDF version of the book in an email (in case you want to use it on the go).
Well, that’s it. I hope you enjoy the guide as much as I enjoyed making it.
Thanks for your support and maybe see you in Paris some day.