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The most amazing places to visit in Britain: the 1000 most unusual, beautiful and captivating spots in Britain

The most amazing places to visit in Britain: the 1000 most unusual, beautiful and captivating spots in Britain

Discover Britain as you've never known it before with this book. Reader's Digest and a team of experienced travel writers have specially chosen more than 1000 of the most amazing places in Britain to feature in this book

Paperback, Book. English.
Rev. and updated] ed.
Published London: Reader's Digest, 2012
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Available at Blue Anchor, Dulwich and John Harvard.

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Details

ISBN: 1780200668, 9781780200668
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 319 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 26 cm.
Subject: Great Britain Guidebooks.; Travel Guides.

Description

Explore the 1,000 most unusual, beautiful and captivating spots in Britain in this lavish three-in-one guide, gazetteer and armchair reference book. From castles, cathedrals and natural wonders to bell foundries, coal mines and even an umbrella shop, this book reflects the rich diversity of fascinating places ancient and modern, traditional and quirky, that Britain has to offer. Entries are arranged by county and region with helpful directions and maps to guide you to your destination. Now this unique reference volume has been fully updated for 2012 and comes complete with Britain's latest sites and attractions - places such as Two Temple Place, the Astor family's London mansion, Glasgow's stunning and futuristic Riverside Transport Museum and the Turner Contemporary on the Margate sea front. Plus, there are: 10 large regional maps to make trip planning easy; directions for each entry, with opening times and other important visitor information; and, more than 50 in-depth features covering remarkable aspects of Britain such as Cornish sub-tropical gardens or prehistoric sites in the Orkneys.