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"City Secrets London: The Essential Insider's Guide" brings together the recommendations of artists, writers, historians, architects, chefs, and other experts whose passionate opinions and highly informed perspectives illuminate well-known sites as well as overlooked treasures. These expert travel companions share with you their favorite little-known places including restaurants, cafes, art, architecture, shops, outdoor markets, strolls, daytrips, as well all manner of cultural and historic landmarks. Clothbound, elegant, and pocket-sized, "City Secrets London" features a subtle non-guidebook design and detailed maps. With over 175 contributors and 400 entries, "City Secrets London" is a valuable supplement to any guide more devoted to travel basics.
A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to John Soane's Museum, the Whitechapel Gallery, and the Museum of London."
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Product details

  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 108.46 x 183.13 x 20.32mm | 358.34g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • maps
  • 0983079536
  • 9780983079538
  • 404,766

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""City Secrets" guides are unlike any others on the marketin this case, a formidable cross section of London s intelligentsiashare their inside information on the parts of London they know best, the sorts of places that they might reveal to visiting friends, the keys that might unlock some of the city s meaning." "The Sunday Times" (London)
Niles and Frasier Crane would love this bookcrammed with tipsFull marks for letting words do the work. "The Observer" (London)
The next time I go to London, this book goes with me. "San Francisco Chronicle"
This new series shows each city through the eyes of those who know it besttaken together, their recommendations provide travelers with the ultimate insider s tour. They are the hot guideWonderful keepsakes. "Savvy Traveler," Public Radio International
An extraordinary resource. "Travel and Leisure"
There are enough discoveries and insights to keep a native, let alone a visitor, tramping the streets for years. "Daily Telegraph"
This is the other side of the moon from most city guides. "The Irish Times"
Endlessly fascinating, a miscellany which yields something extraordinary every time you dip into it. "Independent on Sunday"
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