By Donald Olson
From immense Ben to the Tower of London, Carnaby road to Harrod’s, Buckingham Palace to Leicester sq., London deals an never-ending offer of must-see websites and enjoyable locations. This accomplished, elementary advisor exhibits beginner tourists tips on how to get the main out of — and get round in — one of many world’s nice towns with:
- A thorough review of public transit with tips about utilizing the Underground, double-decker buses, condominium vehicles, and cabs
- Up-to-date studies of the city’s top and most recent eating places and pubs, together with little-known culinary delights
- Day-trip itineraries for Stratford-upon-Avon, tub, Brighton, Stonehenge, Oxford, and more
- Travel suggestions for seeing every little thing, irrespective of how a lot or how little time tourists have
Like each For Dummies trip advisor, London For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes:
- Down-to-earth trip-planning advice
- What you shouldn’t pass over — and what you could skip
- The top eating places and lodges for each budget
- Lots of precise maps
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From large Ben to the Tower of London, Carnaby road to Harrod’s, Buckingham Palace to Leicester sq., London bargains an never-ending provide of must-see websites and enjoyable locations. This entire, uncomplicated advisor indicates beginner tourists how one can get the main out of — and get round in — one of many world’s nice towns with: a radical evaluation of public transit with tips about utilizing the Underground, double-decker buses, condominium autos, and cabs up to date studies of the city’s top and most up-to-date eating places and pubs, together with little-known culinary delights Day-trip itineraries for Stratford-upon-Avon, bathtub, Brighton, Stonehenge, Oxford, and extra trip recommendations for seeing every little thing, irrespective of how a lot or how little time tourists have like all For Dummies trip consultant, London For Dummies, 3rd version contains: Down-to-earth trip-planning recommendation What you shouldn’t leave out — and what you could bypass the easiest eating places and resorts for each finances plenty of special maps
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You can read more about all of London’s top museums in Chapter 11: ߜ The venerable British Museum, with its unparalleled collection of antiquities, comes out on top — the magnificent Parthenon sculptures (formerly called the Elgin Marbles) understandably hold pride of place there, but you’ll be amazed by the superlative Egyptian and Roman collections, as well as the ancient treasures found in England. ߜ The National Gallery houses the nation’s greatest collection of British and European paintings from the 13th to the 20th centuries.
London For Dummies (Dummies Travel) by Donald Olson