London Walks (On Foot Guides)
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Revised and updated, the popular On Foot Guides offer city tours in a totally new way--illustrating a variety of walks with full-color, aerial-view, three-dimensional maps to give users an immediate sense of each route and what can be seen along the way. The informative text offers accurate, discriminating descriptions of places to stop and shop, eat, drink, or sightsee. Most walks are one to three hours in length, making them ideal for busy tourists or inquisitive locals looking to explore the more interesting neighborhoods and sites of each city. Color photos of top attractions round out the contents of these clear, easy-to-use guides.
Praise For London Walks (On Foot Guides)…
"Glitzy restaurants have been a feature of the West End since the end of the 19th century. The bohemian-style Cafe Royal on the Quadrant was a frequented by Oscar Wilde and the artists Beardsley and Whistler (who signed his bills with the same butterfly motif he used on his paintings."
"Plunge back across the Strand to Wellington Street and onward via Exeter Street where, in theme-park vein, signposts inform you that you are now in Theatreland."
Globe Pequot Press, 9780762741618, 128pp.
Publication Date: December 1, 2006
About the Author
Celia Woolfrey, a London-based travel writer and journalist, is regular contributor to the Rough Guides.