London A-Z Visitors' Atlas & Guide - A-Z maps

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Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781843488958
Published:
14th Apr 2016
Publisher:
Geographers' A-Z Map Co Ltd
Dimensions:
112 pages: 145 x 94 x 10mm

This A-Z Visitors' map of London is a full colour, pocket sized, spiral bound Atlas and Guide to Central London showing the main streets and places of interest. In addition to 39 pages of maps, this handy atlas also features 55 pages of interesting and useful tourist information for central and outer London.The street mapping includes:•An area extending to: London Zoo to the north, Tower Bridge to the east, Tate Britain to the south and Kensington Palace to the west•Places of interest and buildings open to the public•Tourist information centres•Theatres and cinemas•Selected stores, shops and main shopping streets•Embassies and selected hotels•Major roads, a selection of principal minor roads and footpaths, and bus routes including numbersThe guide section includes:•Information about places of interest, museums and art galleries for both central and outer London, including a star rating system to highlight recommended visitor attractions.•Information about pageantry, special tourist facilities, transport, places of worship, brass rubbing, viewpoints and suggested walks around central London.•Lists of West End cinemas, theatres, concert halls, opera and ballet houses, along with their addresses and nearest station and a section about ticket purchases.In addition to a map of the London Underground (central area), a West End Theatres map and a West End Cinemas map are also featured within this atlas.The index section lists streets, embassies, legations, commonwealth representatives and hospitals covered by this atlas.This pocket sized A-Z London Visitors' atlas and guide is ideal for tourists wishing to explore the many attractions central London has to offer.Also available for:•iPhone/iPad (App)•iPhone/iPad (eBook)•Android (App)•Windows Phone (App)•Kindle (eBook).

Geographers' Map Company Ltd. (A-Z Maps) was established in London on 25 August 1936. The company's most famous publication, the iconic A-Z Atlas and Guide to London, was created by Phyllis Pearsall, the founder of A-Z, who explored every street in London to create the first edition. Since then, A-Z has become the trusted source for street maps and atlases, as well as developing Visitors' Guides, Road Atlases and the Adventure Map series for walkers.