Deals with day trips to England's best-loved villages, towns, and countryside. This book offers reviews of hotels and restaurants of all price ranges. It provides dozens of color maps, and coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. This guide contains the information you need to get to and around some of the most popular destinations in England.
This incredibly detailed guide offers candid reviews of hundreds of cozy, comfortable accommodations and affordable restaurants. It's packed with money-saving tips on sightseeing, theater tickets, shopping, and more. Our complete sightseeing guide will show you cathedrals, spetacular gardens, literary landmarks, lovely walks through the countryside, and where to meet the locals in the most charming country pubs and tea houses.
11 Great Walking Tours Through the Most Historic Neighborhoods in London. Discover the ancient streets of The City, Chelsea's hippest hangouts, and the Whitechapel alleys where Jack the Ripper once lurked. LET FROMMER'S TAKE YOU TO: * London's most atmospheric pubs, including the notorious 17th-century "Bucket of Blood" and the Polar Bear Club, where the Rolling Stones used to rehearse * The homes and hangouts of London's most famous-and infamous-literary figures: Dickens, Keats, Wilde, Carlyle, the Bloomsbury group, Marx, and more * Sir Christopher Wren's most magnificent structures, including St. Paul's Cathedral.
Revised and updated for 2000, the Econoguide budget-travel series provides details of the best hotel rates, and the special offers available on plane tickets and parks and attractions relating to holiday destinations.
The capital city of Scotland. There are many national institutions such as the National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery. It is the largest financial centre in the UK after London.