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Rick Steves Pocket London Paperback – 2020
Planning a nice trip to London? If you are staying in this amazing city for a week or less, this Rick Steves Pocket Guidebook is a must. It is colourful and compact, perfect to carry around while exploring. Inside you will find six detailed tours and walks which will guide you through London’s iconic sights and landmarks like the National Gallery, the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. You will find recommendations for restaurants, pubs and tips for accommodations. Do not waste time, get the guidebook which also includes a detachable fold-out map, plus museum and city maps.
DK Eyewitness Top 10 London (Pocket Travel Guide)
Nobody wants to carry around heavy and big guidebooks on vacation. In 2020 and you need an up-to-date pocket lightweight guidebook for exploring London. DK Eyewitness Top 10 travel guide is the perfect, affordable way for you to find your way around London hassle free. Take a look inside for highlights to the best museums and art galleries, places to eat, parks and gardens, and riverfront sights. The pocket guidebook includes:
– Easy-to-follow itineraries, perfect for a day trip, a weekend, or a week
– London’s must-sees, including detailed descriptions of London’s best attractions
– London’s most interesting areas, with the best places for shopping, going out, and sightseeing
– Inspiration for different things to enjoy during your trip-including festivals and cultural events, traditional pubs, hidden gems off the beaten track, and things to do for free
– Streetsmart advice: get ready, get around, and stay safe
Great Pubs of London: Pocket Edition
Staying in London often means trying out local pubs for delicious meals like the famous fish and chips and maybe a nice pint of beer? London is famous with its pubs, which for centuries have been an essential part of the capital’s cultural and social life. You will find one at every corner. People enjoy spending their time there, meeting friends for tasty lunch or dinner. Each pub is special and you can find interesting facts about who visited them in the past or what events took place there. It is fascinating to explore the history and how long some pubs have existed. You need this guidebook if you want to know why The Lamb and Flag in Covent Garden earned the nickname the ‘Bucket of Blood’ or find out why Charles Dickens described as a ‘great rambling queer old place. The legends say Casanova paid a visit to The Dog and Duck in Soho. Many more stories and well-known people are in the rich history of London pubs. To reveal more, get the book and enjoy your time in the city.