The Rough Guide to London
The Rough Guide to London is the definitive insider's handbook to one of the world's most exciting cities. It features incisive accounts of all the sights and districts, from the London Eye to Tate Modern, from Windsor Castle to Covent Garden. And it stays on the inside track to write up London's staggeringly expensive hotels (from the humblest to the very finest), its daz...more
Paperback, 688 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Rough Guides Limited
(first published January 1st 1995)
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Rough Guides have reformatted and updated a good number of their guides including London. I have the newest one and I love the new format. Great coverage of the city, it is divided by neighbourhoods. Also divided by attractions that are north, south, east, and west. I find this edition easier to read, and the addition of more full colour pictures is nice. The best thing however are the maps. There are way more and easy to read and very accurate. You won't need anything else to help you explore t...more
Jul 27, 2007 Tania added it · review of another edition
Recommends it for: monkeys
I'm going there! I like a Rough Guide for this trip in part because they're Brits, so hopefully they know what they're talking about. 'Course I'll be looking through several others as well. I'm going at the end of August, with me Mum.
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