The Unofficial Guides® are the Consumer Reports of travel guides, offering candid evaluations of their destinations' attractions, hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, sports, and more, all rated and ranked by a team of unbiased inspectors so even the most compulsive planners can be sure they're spending their time and money wisely. Each guide addresses the needs of everyone from families to business travelers, with handy charts that demonstrate how each place stacks up against the competition. Plus, all the details are pulled out so they're extremely easy to scan.
In a popular, pricey city like London, you need a book like the Unofficial Guide®, with its honest advice about what's worth your time and money, its tips on planning your time and avoiding the crowds, and its ratings of the best hotels and restaurants for every budget. Planning a trip and learning to negotiate such a huge, sprawling city can be overwhelming, but the Unofficial Guide® will help you to avoid headaches and see London like a local.
The Top 5 Ways The Unofficial Guide® To London Can Help You Have The Perfect Trip:
- Advice on how to decide which season is best for you, and how to find the best airfare
- All the details on London's attractions which ones are worthwhile, how much time to budget for the must-sees, and money-saving tips like how to get into museums for free or reduced prices
- Over 50 detailed profiles of hotels rated and ranked for value and quality, plus the best restaurants for every taste and budget
- Information on getting the best views of the Changing of the Guard plus how to avoid the worst of the famous London queues
- The inside story on how to make bids at Christie's auction house and find bargain designer outfits and shoes
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About the Author
Lesley Logan is a freelance writer who has worked in publishing over the years as a nonfiction ghostwriter, publicity copywriter, and editor. Originally from New York, she has lived in London for many years.
Richard Ehrlich, who wrote the chapter on dining, has been writing about food and drink in major United Kingdom magazines and newspapers since 1988. His work appears regularly in The Independent on Sunday, The Guardian, and Time Out. An American, Richard has lived in London since 1974.