EAN-139780756684075   EAN-13 barcode 9780756684075
Product NameDk Eyewitness Travel Guide: London
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:1.06 inches / Length:8.53 inches / Weight:1.64 pounds / Width:5.24 inches
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Width0.93 inches    (convert)
Height8.7 inches    (convert)
Length5.3 inches    (convert)
Weight26.24 ounces    (convert)
AuthorRoger Williams, Lisa Ritchie, DK Publishing
Page Count448
Long DescriptionPacked with photographs, illustrations, and maps, Eyewitness Travel Guide: London includes in-depth coverage of London's unforgettable sights from the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace to the trendy piazza of Covent Garden. Unearthing the best of the city's stunning architecture, palaces and parks, west-end musicals, world-class art galleries and museums in between, there are 3D aerial views of London's most interesting districts, cutaways and floor-plans of all the major sites, and detailed listings of the best hotels and restaurants in London for all budgets. The guide includes four 'Great Days Out' and extensive practical information including insider tips on where to find London's best shops and markets, traditional pubs and the goldmine of fun to be found for children. Whether you're taking a thrilling 'flight' on the London Eye or gazing at the crown jewels at the Tower of London, there is detailed background on everything from Kings and Queens to where to see Roman, Medieval, Elizabethan and Victorian London as well as several guided walks of varied character.
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