33 Walks in London That You Shouldn't Miss
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The ultimate insider's walking guide to London, featuring interesting and unusual places not found in traditional travel guides.
Experience the less explored pockets of this iconic city through the eyes and words of an enamoured local. Join native Londoner and habitual walker Nicola Perry, as she leads you away from the more famed attractions on 33 strolls through the capital of Britain s most interesting enclaves, sharing entertaining insights, cultural anecdotes, and insider tips at every cobblestoned turn and bend in the river. Each curated walk burrows its way into the heart of a neighbourhood and reveals its individual personality, hidden gems, and history.
With its labyrinth of characterful streets and alleys, charming squares, open green spaces, monuments and museums, public artworks, bustling markets, and tempting boutiques and restaurants, London is a walker's paradise. Whether you're a first-time visitor or lifelong resident, exploring the city on foot offers endless surprises fascinating sights and stories, both ancient and modern, concealed in plain view.
Fully illustrated with more than 250 colour photographs and 33 maps.
Publisher: Emons Verlag