Whether you fancy sampling some bloody royal history at the Tower of London or indulging in strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, The Rough Guide to London is the definitive insider's handbook to one of Europe's most exciting cities.
A full-colour section introduces many of London’s highlights with expert coverage of all the sights, from Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament to lively Covent Garden and the refurbished South Bank.
The guide includes comprehensive information on every corner of the city from swanky Kensington and Chelsea to trendy Clerkenwell and Hoxton and right out to Windsor. You'll find detailed accounts of all the palaces, museums and galleries, big and small, and why they're worth (or not worth) visiting as well as two new colour sections on the Thames and London for free.
There are up-to-date reviews of many of the capital's hotels and restaurants and specialist sections on nightlife, the gay and lesbian scene and classical arts, all written by London-based experts.
From Oxford Street to Camden Market, the guide comes complete with detailed information of the capitals best shopping-spots, plus maps and plans for every area.
Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to London.
About The Author
Rob Humphreys has written for Rough Guides since 1989. He has travelled extensively, writing The Rough Guides to Prague, Vienna, the Czech and Slovak Republics and St Petersburg. Rob is also the co-author of The Rough Guides to Scotland and Scottish Highlands & Islands.
About Rough Guides
Rough Guides is a leading publisher of travel and reference information, respected for their accurate, up-to-date content and informed contemporary writing.
These days, Rough Guides is as much a travel content provider as it is a publisher of guidebooks. The guides themselves – distributed worldwide by the Penguin group – cover more than 200 destinations around the globe and subjects as diverse as Climate Change and Pregnancy.
Rough Guides are also back on TV screens with Five’s successful Rough Guide to… series. And of course, Rough Guides have also migrated to digital platforms with the launch of Rough Guides Mobile, and downloadable travel podcasts, podscrolls, and e-books.
Number Of Pages: 525
Published: 1st January 2010
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Dimensions (cm): 19.6 x 12.9 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 19.7
Edition Number: 8