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This week, Fodor's takes you on a tour of the best stops—and shops—along one of New York City's most famous routes. You'll see why, for over a century, fabled Fifth Avenue has been synonymous with wealth, privilege, and luxury.
This NYC walking tour, just under two miles long, lets you walk in the footsteps of literary giants, exploring the Village's maze of streets. Poets, playwrights, and novelists have been drawn to this neighborhood since the early 1900s, staking out their own personal literary terrains in this creative and cultural hub.
Some of the greatest artists and writers of the 20th century were attracted to winding streets and bustling boulevards of Paris's Left Bank between the end of WWI and the social upheavals of the 1960s, and you can still walk the streets where they lived and worked.
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