Lonely Planet London: City Guideby Sarah Johnstone, Tom Masters
Diverse, energetic and perennially inspiring, London has a lifetime's adventures in one city. Stroll the Millennium Bridge from Tate Modern to St Paul's, browse the boutiques of King's Road and Brick Lane, explore Soho's buzzing streets or Hampstead's soothing heath. Temporary traveller or long-term Londoner, find the city's heart with this smart and stylish guide.
Find Your Waygetting around needn't be an Olympic event with our easy-to-use colour maps and detailed walking tours.
See For Yourselfcritical reviews guide you through London's maze of sights and attractions.
Eat & Sleep In Styleour expert writers cover boutique hotels, hip hostels, Michelin-starred celebrity haunts and the world's best pub grub.
Go To Townhand-picked entertainment options from elegant Covent Garden opera to Shoreditch bars and Brixton gigs.
Get Out & Aboutlaze on Brighton beach, punt in Oxford and bathe in Bath with day-trip suggestions.
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