The 500 Hidden Secrets of London

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Tom Greig

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9789460581731
Paperback
Luster
Territory: World excluding Belgium and The Netherlands
Size: 180 mm x 120 mm
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 80 colour

RRP £13.95

  • An insider's guide to London and its hidden secrets and addresses
  • An inspirational and practical guide to London's finest and most interesting places, buildings, restaurants, shops, museums, galleries, neighbourhoods, gardens and cafes
  • A new edition in Luster's successful and attractive series of city guides
  • Photography by Sam Mellish

Where are the 5 best places to find street food? Which are the 5 best restaurants to grab your lunch at in Soho? Which pubs have the most amazing interiors? Where are the best places to discover vintage vinyl? Which are the most innovative theatre companies? Where will you find the most unusual museums? The best places for an outdoor swim?

The 500 Hidden Secrets of London reveals these good-to-know places and many more. Discover a diverse range of under-the-radar yet outstanding addresses that will allow you to explore the best of the city away from the crowds. An affectionate and informed guide to London, written by a true local.

This is a book for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots and for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets.

Contents: 95 Places to Eat or Buy Good Food; 65 Places for a Drink; 80 Places to Shop; 55 Places to Enjoy Culture; 50 Places to Discover Historic London; 45 Places to Discover Contemporary London; 25 Things to do with Children; 20 Places to Sleep; 30 Weekend Activities; 35 Random Details and Useful Knowledge.

Tom Greig has lived and worked in London for almost 15 years. His work as a sales representative for arts publishers takes him across London on a daily basis. He has an intimate knowledge, and love, of the city. A former editor of IP1 Magazine, this is his first book. Sam Mellish is a London based photographer. His work has been internationally exhibited and widely published, and he is the author of three books. Imagery from his second book, Roadside Britain, is represented by the picture-story agency, Institute.

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