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Start your exploration now with Own World's comprehensive guide to one of the best loved and historically rich cities in the world!
London is a city that represents power and exuberance, and has witnessed everything from colourful celebrations, gruesome executions, and disastrous fires, to the wonderful talents of Shakespeare and Dickens.
From Royal artefacts to renaissance art, discover London's vast cultural heritage in detail through fascinating facts and stories from the archives of history. Unlock the secrets behind the ominous Tower of London and uncover the complicated tales surrounding the Houses of Parliament, whilst absorbing the lavish surroundings. Own World guides you with ease through cobbled mews and busy streets, revealing opulent treasures and describing magnificent interiors and outstanding collection
August 17, 2005 new by ownworld
The timeless treasures of Westminster and St Paul's, the hedonistic pleasures of Shoreditch and Soho, culture on the South Bank and multiculturalism down Brick Lane - London is a world in one city. Find its heart with this smart and stylish guide.
* GET THE INSIDE SCOOP from our dedicated London experts
* GO UNDERGROUND, GO OVER GROUND with easy-to-use colour maps and detailed walking tours
* EAT & SLEEP LIKE ROYALTY - accommodation and restaurant options to suit all, whether your style is pie and mash or Fortnum & Mason, elegant townhouse B&Bs or ubercool more..
With a new design and unbeatable price, DK raises the bar on travel guides with its new Top 10 Travel Guide series.
Whether you are traveling first class or on a limited budget, this Eyewitness Top 10 guide will lead you straight to the very best the city has to offer. Dozens of Top 10 lists -- from the Top 10 sights in literary Bloomsbury to the Top 10 pubs, shops and hotels -- provide the insider knowledge every visitor needs. And to save you time and money, there's even a list of the Top 10 Things to Avoid. Find your way effortlessly with the help of detailed maps and more..
A superb guide to nearly 150 of the capital's museums and galleries, half of them offering free admission and almost all within easy travelling distance from the centre.
Ranging from the awesome scale of the British Museum and the V&A, to the astonishing riches of the National Gallery, the Science Museum and the Tates, Museums of London also includes collections both smaller and stranger, with celebrations and explorations of garden history, orphaned children, musical instrucments, freemasonry, fans, psychoanalysis, clocks and much else.
With an A-to-Z layout more..