London: A Visitor’s Guide: 2015


This book is regularly updated. Last update: Jan 2015

“London: A Visitor’s Guide” has over 750 pages of reviews, photos, tips and street maps

 · Honest reviews of 150+ top tourist attractions and landmarks, with original photographs

 · Insider tips — how to get inside Hampton Court, St Paul’s and Westminster Abbey for free

 · Example itineraries — over two weeks-worth of itineraries, to help you plan your trip

 · Bus and train fares — a beginner’s guide to using London’s buses, boats, taxis and trains

 · London street maps — covering more than ten square miles of central London

 · Useful information about opening times, prices, and the time required at each attraction

 · All budgets covered — everything from free galleries and museums, to a night at The Ritz

Over 150 landmarks and attractions reviewed, to help you decide which places to visit… and which ones to skip

 · Take your kids to London — reviews of the London Dungeon, London Eye and Madame Tussauds

 · Historic landmarks — including the Houses of Parliament, Tower of London and Tower Bridge

 · Must-see Royal Family — visit Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Windsor Castle

 · Parades and ceremonies — including ‘Changing the Guard’ and ‘Trooping the Colour’

 · Galleries and museums — including the British Museum, Natural History Museum and Tate Modern

 · Sightseeing trips — try a tour bus, the cable car, or a boat trip from Big Ben to Greenwich

 · Great day-trips — take a train trip to Canterbury, Stonehenge, or the Harry Potter Studios

“London: A Visitor’s Guide” from http://www.londondrum.com is a friendly introduction to the city, and the perfect companion to help you plan your trip

Note: This book is a big omnibus edition, which was previously published with a different cover under the name “A Visitor’s Guide to London’s Landmarks & Attractions”. It collects together all of the reviews contained inside “London For Free: A Visitor’s Guide”, “London For Kids: A Visitor’s Guide”, “London’s Galleries & Museums”, “Royal London: A Visitor’s Guide”, “Political London: A Visitor’s Guide”, “Military London: A Visitor’s Guide” and “Must See London: Top 30 Attractions” (also by Craig Cross), and then throws in many more, plus two weeks-worth of example itineraries, some Top 10 lists, some day trips away from London, and a big chapter about how to use the buses, boats, taxis and trains