Subtitle What to Do and When

Yolanda Zappaterra, Sarah Guy
Price $18.99 / £14.99
Description Description From January to December, discover the very best of London through the year with this illustrated guide showcasing 200 events across the city.

A bustling city with seemingly endless energy, London is the ultimate destination for those seeking new and dynamic cultural experiences. There are fun and fanciful events on throughout the year, with the most unusual often known only by locals.

This unique guide unlocks these lively seasonal activities, highlighting key dates and attractions across art, culture, history, nature, education, food and drink, and giving you a fresh perspective on London’s vibrant cultural calendar.

Take part in remarkable events and embrace unique opportunities across the city, including:
  • Taking part in the city’s annual steel pan competition
  • Watching the sheep racing at Lambeth County Show
  • Catching Richmond Park’s rhododendrons in full bloom
  • Staying overnight at London Zoo

The London Year is brought to life with inspired features that guide you through the rich tapestry of the city…
  • Events and activities for all ages and interests
  • An ideal day out for each month
  • Unusual opening hours of various attractions and venues
  • Must-see one-off occasions
  • Fascinating historical details

This is a refreshing guide to London and its vibrant calendar of events. An ideal gift for locals, students or regular visitors to the city, allowing anyone to explore the capital in a whole new way.
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Format Paperback + Flaps 176 Pages
ISBN 9780711293359
Size6.30 in x 8.27 in / 160.00 mm x 210.00 mm
Published Date October 17th, 2024
Yolanda Zappaterra

Yolanda Zappaterra is a London-based author, editor and researcher who has worked on more than thirty art, design and travel titles. She writes about architecture, art and travel, and contributes regularly to leisure and lifestyle magazines and specialist art and design magazines.

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