Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia for many years. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are three highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, and London. He died on Christmas Day 2012, shortly after completing this eighth edition of his famous London Mapguide.
The Penguin London Mapguideby Michael Middleditch
Updated with information on all special millennium events,
Newly revised and updated, this convenient guide is the essential companion for visitors to London in the new century. Featuring colorful, informative, easy-to-handle maps that require no unfolding, the guide gives a comprehensive overview of what to see and do in and around England's capital city.
Updated with information on all special millennium events, including a section on the Millennium Dome in Greenwich, and new developments such as Barkside
Includes special features on Wren's London, Docklands, Hampstead Heath, and the British Museum
Has everything you'll need to know about London museums, theaters, markets, jazz clubs and cabarets, parks, river and canal trips, tourist information centers, and selected restaurants, cafes, and pubs
Lightweight and pocket-sized, with a complete street index-perfect for on-the-go travelers.
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