A brand new edition featuring a practical A-Z format that allows you to find your way around the book with ease and plan your trip according to your very own personal taste. Themed headings cover over 400 things to see and do in London from recommended hotels, architecture, history, bars and cafes, churches, museums and galleries, to restaurants, theatre, literature and much more, allowing you to set your own priorities for a truly tailor-made and individual travel experience. The front-cover flap highlights all the top attractions and pinpoints exactly where to find these within the guide, for quick and easy reference at a glance. From stately Westminster and upmarket Kensington to the dynamic South Bank and trendy East End, area overviews conveniently highlight the very best each district has to offer, including lesser known sights and up-and-coming areas to look out for. Special chapters focus on London's vibrant cultural, nightlife and shopping scenes. The guide also contains a street atlas with full index and detailed mapping, cross-referenced to the main text for easy navigation. As well as a handy city locator and transport map you will also find floorplans for the Victoria and Albert Museum and British Museum. The back-cover flap provides on-the-spot practical information, such as important telephone numbers and interesting facts, not to mention making a handy bookmark. Smart Guides - the smart way to navigate.
Areas: London; Westminster and St James's; Soho and Covent Garden; Oxford Street, Mayfair and Marylebone; Kensington and Chelsea; Bloomsbury and Holborn; The City; South Bank and Bankside; North London; East London; South London; West London. A-Z: Architecture; Cafes; Children; Churches; Dance; Environment; Essentials; Fashion; Film; Food and Drink; Gay and Lesbian; History; Hotels; Literature; Monuments; Museums and Galleries; Music; Nightlife; Palaces and Houses; Pampering; Parks and Gardens; Pubs and Bars; Restaurants; Shopping; Sports; Theatre; Transport. Atlas: Central London; Marylebone and Bloomsbury; The City and South Bank; Westminster and Belgravia; Knightsbridge to Kensington; Kensington to Notting Hill.