Get Deep, Weird With Anthony Bourdain's New Travel Guide

Explore Parts Unknown went live this week
By Michael Harthorne,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 6, 2017 9:00 PM CDT
Anthony Bourdain has released an online travel guide.   (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

(Newser) – Move over, Rick Steves. Travel and Leisure reports Anthony Bourdain has released an online travel guide called Explore Parts Unknown to go along with his hit CNN show. The digital guidebook is chock full of features, with Eater warning it "will kill your productivity." The guide claims it will let travelers “learn what Tony knows, go where he went, eat what he ate, and drink what he drank." But that's not all. There are travel stories, recipes, videos, lists of where to eat if you only have 24 hours, guides to local idioms, and more. Bourdain says he wants Explore Parts Unknown to “go as far as we can, go as weird as we can, as deep as we can, and as smart as we can." So far there are guides for Hanoi, Senegal, London, Madagascar, Rome, New Jersey, Buenos Aires, Montana, and more. Additional locations are on the way. (Read more Anthony Bourdain stories.)

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